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Modge Podge Bucket - I'm thinking I could do this but with boy colors & make it an Easter basket :)

These are easy, they have a tendency to get cloudy and look cheap if you don't use a sealer or something to keep them shiny.

If you HAVE to file, at least make the cabinet pretty with modge podge decoupage.

50% Elmer's Glue and 50% Water; then shake! Homemade Mod Podge

Mod Podged chair with napkins. by elisabeth... I'm thinking I could do this with pages from an old atlas and cover all of the worn out chairs in my classroom.

Modge Podge plates... DEFINITELY what I need for the dining room walls. Can pick out fabric to match my decor. I'm so stoked to do this!!

I have a desk that is in desperate need of help. Decoupage in a crazy quilt-ish pattern? Yes, please.

  • Eve Trombley

    Also? Though they are not the world's sturdiest chairs ever, they sell that chair at Target for $70 for a set of 2.

  • Eve Trombley

    (without the decoupage, of course!)

The Sassy Pepper: TUTORIAL: Mod Podge Canvas Using Scrapbook Paper or Calendar Pics... cute!

Clever: a Mod Podge makeover for my filing cabinet. I think I'll use different colors and patterns.

modge podge clipboards @cheryl clutter this would be a cute retreat gift!

Modge Podge dresser. cut up paper to make a quilted pattern. The project was time consuming but cheap, easy and the results were amazing. I wanna try this! :)