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    Tables: Modge podge + spray paint + scrapbooking paper = fabulous.

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    DIY kitchen table!

    These are my Bedroom nightstands before and after. These tables were about to get trashed. I gave them a much needed makeover- painted them with black acrylic paint, then used scrapbook paper for the design. I then sealed the entire table with multiple coats of Modge Podge. Gotta love Modge Podge!

    Mod Podge, Fabric, & Paint = New Desk and Chair!

    Goodwill table, flat marbles, glue, grout, done!

    DIY penny table. Too cool.

    Southern Revivals - tons of amazing DIY furniture redos. Also benefits of different spray paint brands.

    modge podge fabric

    Tips for spray painting different materials.

    Cheap tables, a stencil, and spray paint

    perhaps modged podged side tables? Love the sheet music!

    Could do this to any table with a little paint and paper you liked. It's just decoupage.

    Elegant Metallic DIY Canvas Wall Art - Royal Design Studio - Fabric Damask Wall Stencils

    Find a poster big enough & modge podge to front of cabinet. Exacto knife to slit around the drawers & some gentle sanding on all edges to take off the extra paper... Great idea!

    re-purpose jars. spray paint lids for uniformity. Love this Blog.

    Just print off any picture you want, then spray paint a piece of wood black, 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

    These are so pretty! Take 4 thin boards, stain them, put a Lowes plastic door mat over the top, apply cream spray paint and take it!

    modge podge lace onto front then paint over.

    How to make a giant picture for crazy cheap! Buy a sheet of insulation foam from Home Depot. Take your photo via thumb drive or CD to office depot and ask them for their biggest engineer print (3ft. x 4ft.) $8. Then, spray adhesive the photo to the board and craft paint the edges!! You can get two uses out of the foam board. Your total cost is only about $11!!!

    lace and spray paint. love this!