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Mod Podge Rocks!

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Mod Podge Rocks!

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Beach Mason Jar Terrariums -- the perfect way to decorate for summer! Add any miniatures you love!

Personalized Photo Projects

Get a wooden letter paint it black use Modge Podge to glue the pictures then finish up with another layer of Modge Podge!

51 Toilet Paper Roll Crafts - Do Small Things with Love

Mod Podge photo transfer to wood - sealing with Mod Podge

Mod Podge Side Table. Use Mod Podge to decoupage the sheet music to the table top and bottom shelf. It would be cute for a music room.

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Photo Transfer onto Glass--who knew you could even do that? I love the rustic look it give to the picture. Good tutorial.

Does the summer heat have you down? Bust out the Mod Podge and complete one of these 15 decoupage crafts for summer!

Lenten Vigil Candle Holder - Do Small Things with Love

Photo Transfer: Remembering a Beautiful Wedding - Do Small Things with Love

Create a mini mannequin from a dish soap bottle ~ perfect for holding small jewelry or as decor in a sewing or craft room.

If you need a unique gift for Father's Day, this hardware store photo display fits the bill. It's so industrial looking, it works with any decor!

DIY Keep Calm Magnets from 4 x 4 wood squares decoupaged with scrapbooking paper, stamps and cute Maya s Road star stick pin.

Wood Butterfly Birdhouse decoupaged with patterned paper and rolled flowers

Make a simple DIY wreath for your craft room door using some of the pages from an old book, wood circles, and an embroidery hoop. So fun and colorful!

This easy DIY for Father's Day has it all, if you ask us! It's something easy (and relatively mess-free!) for the kids to be a part of making, a meaningful keepsake, and something that you'll actually want to hang in your house!

Embroider a picture of those you love--it's easier than you think! Just 2 steps!

I used a pretty piece of wrapping paper leftover from my birthday to decorate this DIY coat rack - with a little bit of Mod Podge and spray paint too!

Art for Kids: Eric Carle Inspired Collage Tiles