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DIY Autumn Leaf Lantern by 5orangepotatoes: 'First cover a side of a glass jar with Mod podge, then place a pressed leaf (pressed for at least 36 hours) on the Mod Podge, then cover the leaf with Mod Podge. You can layer the leaves on top of each other as long as you have the Mod Podge on them. After the leaves dry I would put another coat of Mod Podge over the entire jar to seal the leaves.' #DIY #Lantern #Leaf_Lantern #5orangepotatoes

Mod Podge your lids - great for all those re-purposed jars

Old canning jars, medical gauze, googly eyes, a little modge-podge and a tealight: voila! Mummy candles for Halloween!

DIY: collect fallen leaves, melt candlewax into a pan and drop the leaves in. When both sides are covered, dip them in glitter and then hang them up by ribbons to dry.

TO DO: Mod Podge Preserve Fall Leaves - Wow...How Come I Never Tried This?

waxed leaves... Make sure your leaves are completely dry. Melt some beeswax in a double-boiler. You can use new wax or old candle stubs (optional - add a few drops of cinnamon oil). When the wax is thoroughly melted, take the leaves by the stem and immerse them, one at a time, in the wax. Hold them over the pot to drip a bit, then lay them on waxed paper to dry.

If you petrify a brush with dried paint, just soak it in Murphy's Oil for 24 to 48 hours and it dissolves all the paint and makes it like new.

Cover jar lids using tissue paper and mod podge. Now I can use those recycled jars and hide the printing on the lid!

Tinting clear mason jars with Mod Podge and food coloring.

Continuing my obsession with jars: Memory jars