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  • Catherine Hamilton

    homemade modpodge -1 1/2 Cup Flour -1/4 Cup of Granulated Sugar -1 Tsp Oil (any kind) -1 1/4 Cup Water - Empty Jar (w/air tight lid) Directions: Slowly mix all the ingredients together over low heat. -Combine the ingredients until they are well mixed, if it gets too thick add more water. Make sure the water doesn't boil, or the mixture will get very clumpy. If you want a higher varnish, add more oil. -Pour mixture into an air tight container, and store at room temperature.

  • Kathryn Foster

    Homemade Modge Podge using kitchen ingredients. Very kid friendly recipe (edible) but not for use on projects which need a lasting finish. Also a review of 2 homemade recipes vs the real deal in this link - very useful.

  • Shelli Johnson

    Homemade Modgepodge

  • Jenn White

    Homemade Modge Podge: WHAT YOU'LL NEED: -1 1/2 Cup Flour -1/4 Cup of Granulated Sugar -1 Tsp Oil (any kind) -1 1/4 Cup Water - Empty Jar (w/air tight lid) Directions: - First measure out all of your ingredients. Mix over low heat, don't boil. Add water if its too thick. Store in airtight container.

  • Melissa Antul

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  • Kestrel Piche

    Homemade Mod Podge 1 1/2 C Flour 1/4 C Granulated Sugar 1 Tsp Oil (any kind) 1 1/4 C Water Empty Jar (w/air tight lid) Directions: Slowly mix all the ingredients together in a pot over low heat. Combine the ingredients until they are well mixed, if it gets too thick add more water. Make sure the water doesn't boil, or the mixture will get very clumpy. If you want a higher varnish, add more oil. Pour mixture into an air tight container, and store at room temperature.

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