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4 Mod Podge Projects to Display Your Photos

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I have two supplies that I’m constantly using in my crafting — as you can guess, Mod Podge is one of them. The other is my printer! I love integrating printed photos into the craft projects that I do, and I’m always thinking of unique ways to display photos around the home.

My printer of choice is my HP wireless printer. I take a TON of photos with my phone and tablet, and I have everything set up so that the photos can be directly printed with just a few touches.

Then I pick them up and get creative! I have photos displayed everywhere (I’m one of those dog people) and I encourage you to do the same.

Check out four fun ways to use Mod Podge to display your printed photos!

1. Photo Face Magnets

Image source: Mod Podge Rocks
Image source: Mod Podge Rocks

Create these personalized magnets by printing out images, adhering them to the back of glass marbles and adding magnets.

Find out how they were made at Mod Podge Rocks

2. Mounted Canvas

Canvas makes a unique surface to display large, printed images — and they are easy and budget friendly.

Get the how-to at Sew Creative Blog

3. Instagram Blocks

Image source: Mod Podge Rocks
Image source: Mod Podge Rocks

Get those Instagrams off of your phone by sending them to your wireless printer, and then Mod Podging them to a wood block.

See how this was done at Mod Podge Rocks

4. Framed Vintage Hanky

Pick a unique background to put your photo on using photo transfer medium — this vintage hanky is a great example!

See how it was made at My So Called Crafty Life

Article Posted 4 years Ago

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