Mod Podge Projects: Things You Can Do With Mod Podge

Mod Podge is a crafter’s staple. It’s a glue, a sealant, and a finish all in one product.

Mod Podge Projects

You can buy Mod Podge in several finishes and varieties, making it great for a wide range of projects. Just look at what you can do with it:

Dress up a denim jacket – Mod Podge is probably the last thing that comes to mind when it comes to customizing clothing, but Fabric Mod Podge was specifically designed for such applications. It might be a little stiff for a thin t-shirt, but for items denim and canvas sneakers it’s great. It’s also good for adding your own touch to blankets, pillows, fabric lampshades, and other household items.

Jewelry box - Easily transform an ordinary shoebox into a unique jewelry box. Glue scrapbooking paper to the outside of the box and lid with Mod Podge, coat to finish, and add some coordinating ribbon and you’ve got yourself a one of a kind jewelry box.

Make jewelry – Mod Podge is ideal for adding accents to handmade jewelry. It can be used to glue on patterned paper or fabric, coat to seal and finish.

Use it for scrapbooking – Create your own scrapbook embellishments using Mod Podge. There is a Mod Podge specifically designed for use with paper crafts which can be used to seal your photos or add a nice finish to your pages.

Make custom mousepads – Why pay someone else to put your photo or artwork on a mousepad when you can easily do it yourself. It’s a cinch to do it yourself! Just buy a plain mousepad and use Mod Podge to glue your picture to it. Add embellishments for a special touch, then coat it to finish.

Create beautiful picture frames – Decoupaged picture frames make beautiful home d├ęcor and treasured gifts. All you have to do is add some pretty fabric, customize it with lettering or embellishments, and coat with Mod Podge.

Create a faux oil painting – If you have a poster, photograph, or canvas project that you’d like to look like an oil painting, Mod Podge can do it. This is a great way to use up Mod Podge that you’ve let set out too long, because its thicker texture is just right. Or you can buy some Brushstroke Mod Podge, which was created for this specific purpose. Simply brush it on as though you were painting the picture yourself, and your project will look like an oil painting.

Make a plaque or sign – Whether you want to create an award for someone or make a welcome sign for your front yard, Mod Podge can help. It’s ideal for decoupaging, and you can use outdoor Mod Podge to create a water-resistant finish for projects that will be kept outdoors.

Jazz up your wood furniture – Add a decorative touch to bookshelves, chairs, tables, and more decoupaging with Mod Podge. Classic Mod Podge is sufficient for many projects, but if you need a durable finsih, Hardcoat Mod Podge works best.

Decorative switch plates – They are quite popular among decorators. You can easily make your own. Covering them with fabric or paper and coating with Mod Podge will make them fashionable.

As you can see Mod Podge is the one product every crafter should keep on hand.

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Comments

  1. Anne Marie says:

    I love, love, love Mod Podge! When I die, I want at least ten bottles put in my casket. You just never know what I’ll be able to do with it on the other side. Great article and an absolutely necessary product.

  2. Chuck@Girls Jewelry Boxes says:

    What a great idea for making a jewelry box. Add a couple cardboard partitions to suit your jewelry and glue felt inside to protect your valuable jewelry. Unique and functional too!

  3. Printing solutions says:

    Im making a project that involves MOD PODGE. Im working with Gift Wrap and glueing it to a certain surface.?

  4. variable data printing says:

    You can work sections at a time. I always do with larger areas so that my Mod Podge doesn’t dry too much before I stick the fabric down.

  5. Barbara says:

    I have painted with sharpie perm. markers a (primarily) red shark on my grandsons clear palastic water bottle. I’m thinking the permanent marker is probably going to wash off. Could I use mod podge to seal it? Have used it for years but never on a plastic item.

    please comment,,,.

  6. I have covered a journal cover with pictures that I like. Will putting a layer of Mod Podge over the pictures work to seal it?

  7. Janice says:

    Sorry to say I find mod pog not that great. Maybe im doing something wrong, but when I put the mod pog on a piece of paper , image etc to seal it, you can see the brush marks, and also I can not stick an image with mod pog to glass. Sorry! I dont care for mod pog.