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I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO THIS Here are all the things bought. (all found at walmart) This entire project was under $20. My kind of project! *pictures you want to use * 2 20x30 foam core boards (two black ones $2.88 each) *poster hanger thingies ($2.44) *foam brushes ($.97) *double sided tape ($3) *mod podge (matte - otherwise there's a glare)

Great idea for a collage of pictures!

Who needs frames when you have mod podge? (Idea for London map playing cards)

have a lot of pictures I am gonna do this with! Love it

Large decoupage wood letter 'B', Collaged Letter 10.5" tall, Home Decor letter 'B', Collaged wall hanging letter, Wood Letter.

Have you always wondered what the different finishes of Mod Podge looked like? Click picture to find out.

New to using Mod Podge? Watch this video to learn some basic steps of how to apply paper to wood using Mod Podge. Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza hosted this tutorial. For more information on Mod Podge and all it's formulas visit, www.plaidonline.com.

sweet way to display those detail shots. mod podge photos to canvas and hang with ribbon :)

Print off any picture you want, spray paint a piece of wood black, and cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. paint some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila!

How To Decoupage Paper Without Mod Podge | The Wood Connection Blog