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salt dough - 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and paint. You could so do the fingerprint jewerly like this....

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Mod Podge formulas - learn what the finishes look like

Mod Podge formulas - learn what the finishes look like - Mod Podge Rocks

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Homemade Mod Podge Recipes

Homemade Mod Podge Recipes - another site ... one day I'll sort through all the mod podge, & chalk board, clay & dough, silly putty & play dough, etc, Recipes & pin the sites or ones I found best ... but until then, I would hate to miss the "one" !

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Make Your Own (Even Better!) Citronella Candles

"Keep your #FourthofJuly party or next backyard BBQ mosquito-free with these DIY Citronella Candles!"

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DIY Mason Jar Soap Pump

Mason Jar Ideas at I Heart Naptime I Heart Nap Time | I Heart Nap Time - Easy recipes, DIY crafts, Homemaking

Photo stacking blocks for kids - switch out heads, feet, bodies. Made with Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium.

NOW THEY TELL ME?!?! Flour, sugar, water white vinegar = better cheaper Mod Podge. Yes, please. Its too expensive.

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Scented Room Spray {Holiday Craft Along Gifts

DIY room sprays

Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants crafty

DIY Purse Trash Can with a medicine bottle--for gum wrappers, receipts and other trash that builds up in your purse!

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8 Mod Podge coasters ideas – a quick weekend craft

8 Mod Podge DIY Coaster Projects

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How to transfer inkjet images to wood

How to transfer images to wood using Mod Podge

DIY: Create lovely Bell or cloche jars...dollar store votives or glass containers, flat marbles, glass glue...done!