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  • Brianna Castleberry

    Button bowl! Glue buttons to a balloon, let dry, modge podge over the top, let dry, pop balloon. Gr8 craft idea for a Lalaloopsy party

  • Wendy Kelly

    Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry. Modge podge over the top. Let dry. Pop balloon. Button bowl! -- I imagine this could be used with lots of other stuff, too -- twigs, sand?, etc...

  • Joelle Blasquez

    DIY: Button bowl ~ Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry... Modge podge over the top ... Let dry... Pop balloon

  • Jamie Carnevale

    button bowl: glue buttons to a balloon. let dry. modge podge over the top. let dry. pop balloon. #crafty

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DIY: $5 for a bag of 100 glass pebbles. Modge Podge scrapbook paper to the back of the glass and let it dry. Glue the magnets.

Button Bowl 1. Glue buttons around a balloon 2. Add a thicker layer of Mod Podge to the outside of the buttons (after they've been glued to the balloon). This will "seal" them together. 3. Let everything dry for 24 hrs. 4. Pop the balloon :)

Popsicle stick bracelets: Soak in water for 3hrs and place in cup to dry. Modge Podge your favorite paper to it. by amelia JM C

glitter on wood... or anywhere else, i guess?

beautiful ! I already shaved off 20 pounds. Do u want to loose weight. eQtJz.weight2122....

my mom has a cool antique jar with old buttons... i've been saving my buttons; need to find a glass container i like :)

  • mattie p

    love it .I have a jar similar to this one ,but I have sand dollars and sand in mine

Step by step Diy Stamped Clay Bowls (and lots of other lovely DIY ideas on the blog)

ake sure your glasses are clean and dry. Wrap a piece of painter's tape around the the rim of each glass. 2. Use a paint brush to apply Modge Podge around the glass, painting in downward strokes. 3. Sprinkle glitter so that it sticks to the Modge Podge. 4. Apply another coat of Modge Podge over the glitter to seal it in place.

I did this with glitter, turned out well. I did an extra coat of modge podge and glitter and let it dry a full day.

Make a bowl for your jewelry...Use air drying clay, roll out to a thickness of 1/4" min. then roll a doily onto the clay to leave an impression of the lace. Cut into a circle and place in a bowl to dry, seal and use for a non-food use.

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