Top 10 DIY Projects Using Mod Podge

As a kid I loved experimenting with Mod Podge, and it’s still one of the coolest crafting tools there is. Mod Podge just celebrated 45 years last week! Here are some really rad projects using this brush-on wonder. From shower gifts to a cool way to show off your skeleton key collection, here are some ideas to keep you busy this summer.


  • Tile Coasters 1 of 10
    Tile Coasters
    Use your favorite fabric scraps or scrapbooking paper to make these tile coasters. Stack four of them up and tie them with twine for a great gift.
    Get the tutorial from The Cottage Home
  • Decoupage Tree 2 of 10
    Decoupage Tree
    Create your own wall mural. This beautiful tree is made of scrapbook paper and brings charm and whimsy to the nursery.
    Get the tutorial from Project Nursery
  • Burlap Letters 3 of 10
    Burlap Letters
    Cover cardboard letters in burlap! You could use any fabric, but the burlap looks really cool.
    Get the tutorial from Mitzi's Miscellany
  • Asker Patchwork 4 of 10
    Asker Patchwork
    Ikea Asker hanging containers get a patchwork makeover. I love this idea of customizing these inexpensive containers.
    Get the tutorial from Ikea Hackers
  • Paper Scrap Lids 5 of 10
    Paper Scrap Lids
    Jars are an amazing way to keep buttons and pins organized. Make them pretty with this tutorial that uses paper scraps and mod podge to transform jar lids.
    Get the tutorial from Design Sponge
  • Memory Game 6 of 10
    Memory Game
    Kids will love a matching game that uses familiar faces. This project takes your own photos and fun paper to create a one-of-a-kind game for your child!
    Get the tutorial from Burlap and Blue
  • Fabric Tape 7 of 10
    Fabric Tape
    Dress up packages with your own fabric tape! Such a clever idea for using fabric scraps.
    Get the tutorial from Scoutie Girl
  • Skeleton Key Frame 8 of 10
    Skeleton Key Frame
    If you have a bunch of skeleton keys lying around and you don't know what to do with them, look no further! Experiment with colors and frames with this fun project.
    Get the tutorial from Mod Podge Rocks
  • DIY Glitter Shoes 9 of 10
    DIY Glitter Shoes
    Wanna make your heels look a little fancier? With some glitter and mod podge you'll be on your way.
    Get the tutorial from Chic-Steals
  • Baby Blocks 10 of 10
    Baby Blocks
    Customize or use these blocks to spell out a little one's name. These blocks would make a great baby shower gift!
    Get the tutorial from Martha Stewart


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