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DIY Autumn Leaf Lantern by 5orangepotatoes: 'First cover a side of a glass jar with Mod podge, then place a pressed leaf (pressed for at least 36 hours) on the Mod Podge, then cover the leaf with Mod Podge. You can layer the leaves on top of each other as long as you have the Mod Podge on them. After the leaves dry I would put another coat of Mod Podge over the entire jar to seal the leaves.' #DIY #Lantern #Leaf_Lantern #5orangepotatoes

DIY "Stained Glass" Candle Holders...using modge podge & tissue paper!! Great gifts for family, friends & teachers!

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Homemade Mod Podge Recipes

DIY Mod Podge Vorgehensweise 1: 8 ounces of washable white glue, 1 clean and dry container, 4 ounces of water (half as much water as glue). Vorgehensweise 2: 1 1/2 cups Flour, 1/4 of a cup of granulated sugar, 1/4 tsp olive oil, 1 cup water. Sauce Pan, a spoon, an airtight container (Mason jar works great). Turn your stove on low heat, add the ingredients, ...

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Turn Photo Negatives Into Artsy, Personalized Lamps

Mod Podge negatives to a square vase!

Recycle glass bottles - Mix water, glue, and food coloring, coat the inside of the glass jar, then turn it upside down to dry for 1 hr. After that, leave it out to dry for 2 days (instead of baking it)

glue gun mason jars--write on the jar using a glue gun, once dry spray paint in your choice of color

cute project with jars, scrapbook paper, and mod podge. Teacher gift, craft supplies, so many options