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For my daughter's room... a cheap wooden Ikea mirror, covered in handmade paper beads rolled from the glossy pages of my National Geographic collection. Modge Podge.

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Learn how to Mod Podge

Everything you ever wanted to know about Mod Podge - the ultimate FAQ!

Recycled comic pages were used to make these bangles. I would totally wear them. Better yet, I want to try and make some.

blow up a balloon. roll up think strips of magazine pages; dunk them in glue, attach to balloon. modge podge over the whole thing after they're dry. Then pop the balloon and voila!! Beautiful bowl.

Some ideas just take you places.. this creation is from Fiberworks... where does it take you? - The BadAss Quilter

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Upcycled book into a docking station Create a clean and tidy space by hollowing out an old book, brushing modge podge on the outside of the pages (to keep them together) and then using it as a charging station. What a great upcycling project for those who Love technology but hate the look of it!

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Make your own Glimmer Mist!

How to make your own glimmer mist. Modge podge and/or clear drying glue to bind the Pearl Ex.

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Mod Podge: using with ink pads, pens, pencils, markers, and more

How well does Mod Podge work with ink pads, pens, pencils, and markers? Which cause smearing when applied over/under? Find out in this informative post!

modge-podged washers . . . and fishing lures??? - excellent zipper pulls! - JEWELRY AND TRINKETS