The original Mod Podge formula thatÂ’s a glue, sealer and finish all in one! Use this crafting favorite to decoupage almost anything on wood, glass, terra cotta, metal, canvas and more, then seal with a top coat of Mod Podge. Projects dry to a protective matte finish.
I never used this before until about a month ago when I made a chipboard book and painted the outside of it. Then I put mad podge over it to make is shinny. This stuff is wonderful and I haven't even used very much. I must have coated it 3 times. I have a little pill size bottle that is 1/2 full from a class that I took and I haven't even made a dent in it. I guess I better go alter some more things!! This is the best product ever.
I have used this on so many altering projects. It holds very well and dries clear. I always go over the top of my work if I am altering and it works beautifully. I have even used it over the top of bling and other bulky embellishments. I would recommend to anyone that they use this for all of their altering projects. I know I stay in stock at all times!!!
Used in this image: Altered Clipboard
Well I used it to make a canvas, and it worked. I swirled the brush in little circles all across the canvas and it gave it a really neat finish :0) If you've got more ideas on how else I can use the mod podge, please let me know, I would love to know what else I can do with it!
I've used Mod Podge to seal clipboards and other projects. I recently used it on the cover of a logbook for letterboxing. You can get it a shiny or matte finish. I prefer the matte most of the time. Just make sure you let it dry completely between coats and your project will look great!
I love this stuff! I just used it as an adhesive, to adhere paper to a chipboard album and then I mod podged over it to protect it. It's easy to use and it's so versatile, I definately don't know how I went without it for so long.
Used in this image: Justin age 6
OK, so this was my first time to use it. I altered paint cans and covered my paper with Mod Podge. I really liked it because I could work the bubbles out with my fingers, then run my brush over it and it would look good again. It dried really fast & made all the little edges sticking up from my paint can disappear. I didn't have perfect results, but I expected that since it was my first time. The product deepened my colors and gave my papers a more rich look. I didn't find it sticky or rough. It dried with visible lines from my foam brush and my cans are kinda slick to touch. The matte isn't completely flat, but it's no where near shiney.
Used in this image: Paint Can
I discovered ModPodge last year and it is the perfect finish to any project you are altering. Once your project/altered item is finished and dry, apply a thin coat of Modge Podge with a foam brush, you get a unique shine type appearance and your altered item is protected. Applying it with the brush allows you to coat those areas with raised emblishments etc to ensure your project is 100% protected, I used an entire jar last XMAS making altered lunch tins!
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