Today we are sharing tips and tricks for decoupaging round objects. First we will show you a quick and easy way to make a template and then how to Mod Podge. We used dishwasher safe Mod Podge since these bathroom accessories will be near water. The video has all the scoop! Enjoy!
3 Date Night DIYs for Valentine’s Day!
Valentine’s Day is getting a Mod Podge makeover! Glittered Champagne glasses, heart plate and a romantic gift box. The projects are all easy to make and the results are super cute and fun.
It’s that time of year when craft retailers, craft companies and designers all get together for a MAJOR convention! Steve and I have been attending CHA for 10 years and every year we learn something new from our excellent craft community. This year we have new products launching and we have BIG scoop on the Mod Melter!!!!
If you are attending CHA, please pop by the Plaid booth and say hi! We will be doing Wish Jar “make and takes” all day long!
xxoo Cathie and Steve
ToGo boxes are one of my favorite ways of gift wrapping. The boxes are inexpensive and small making them perfect for little gifts. To alter them with Mod Podge it is super easy! You just need a little paper and Mod Podge.
Begin by trimming your paper to fit the front of the box.
Apply Mod Podge to the back of the paper and to the front of the box.
Place the paper on the front of the box and smooth any wrinkles with your fingers.
Allow to dry and then top-coat with more Mod Podge.
Add more embellishments! For this design I added a little rick-rack scarf, some snowflake trim and some snowflake rhinestones.
Cathie and Steve
Whip up a cute diorama ornament with a few mini trees and deers. The little bit were purchased at Michaels. The sides of the box were glittered with Mod Podge and silver glitters. The background paper was attached with Mod Podge. For complete instructions visit the project page at Plaid.