DIY Christmas Necklace and Charm Bracelet with Mod Podge

mod podge jewelry christmas

Making customized jewelry is super easy with Mod Podge Podgeable shapes.  In this video we are sharing lots of ideas for making gifts and crafts with Mod Podge.

mod podge bracelet

mod podge christmas necklace

Alter a purse with Burlap Ribbon and Fabric Flowers + an easy summer necklace DIY!

burlap purse with fabric mod podge

We are soooo smitten with Fabric Mod Podge.  It has been around for years and has always been a go to formula for us.  It this video we are showing you who to use Fabric Mod Podge with burlap ribbon and facet shaped Podgeables.

mod podge flowers burlap

The flowers are made with Stiffy Mod Podge.

mod podge facet shape podgeable necklace

The pendant is made with Facet Podgeables and scrap fabric.

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mod podge necklace

Thanks for stopping by!

xo

Cathie and Steve

DIY: Southwest Turquoise Necklace

mod podge mod melt necklace

Southwest style Mod Melt by Mod Podge necklace.

This mod melt project was so quick and easy to whip up!  We used the large Rose Mod Melt mold and altered it by painting it with a coat of FolkArt red paint blended with a drop of Metallic Pearl White paint.  To attach the Mod Melt, glue a jewelry bail to the back of the melt rose.  Once dry, thread onto a necklace of your choice. [Read more…]

Make it: Altered Domino Pendant for St. Patrick’s Day

st patricks day domino pendant
If you wanna create a quick and fun necklace to show off your Irish pride on St. Patrick’s day all you need to do alter a domino with a little Mod Podge, Dimensional Magic and an Irish image. To add a little glitz attach a few rhinestones or add a little glitter glue.

Materials:
2051 – Royal Coat Dimensional Magic – Clear
CS11239 – Mod Podge Paper – Gloss, 16 oz.
Domino
Irish image (shrunk to fit)
Scrap paper
Scissors
Foam paintbrush
Gem glue
Rhinestones
Bail
E6000 glue
Ball chain

Steps:
1. Trace the domino onto the Irish image, cut out circle. Apply Mod Podge to the backside of the paper. Position onto the domino. Topcoat with a layer of Mod Podge. Allow to dry. Cut small strips of scrap paper and attach them around the domino in the same fashion as the top.

2. Attach rhinestones to the top and bottom of the domino using gem glue. Once dry, apply a think coat of dimensional magic to create a high gloss finish.

3. Using heavy-duty glue, attach a bail to the back side. Once dry, attach to a ball chain.