If you have heard of it, Mod Podge is a must have supply in every crafter’s stash. You can use it to create, accent or finish a number of different craft projects for both indoors and outdoors. Check out my list of fun Mod Podge projects you can make. Some of these are quick crafts and others might take a bit more time, but they all have one thing in common… they are full of Mod Podge fun! PS – May 19th is Mod Podge day and this year Mod Podge is celebrating 50 years of crafting happiness!
Mod Podge Projects You Can Make
There are a ton of project ideas you can create using Mod Podge. I used to work in a picture/art frame shop where we would use Mod Podge to create a painted brush stroke texture to printed art. Now I use Mod Podge to seal crafts and create cool finishes for home decor. Check out the celebration: Plaidonline.com/modpodge50
What is Mod Podge
Mod Podge is a sealer/adhesive you paint on to your projects. It’s kind of like a liquid glue with a few more uses. One of the most popular or common uses of Mod Podge is creating decoupage projects. This is a technique of layering paper or fabric to create pretty art layers. Mod Podge comes in a variety of finishes from outdoor to high gloss. There’s also a fun glow in the dark version.
What you can do with Mod Podge
- Seal projects
- Add texture to the surface of a project
- Use as a glue on a variety of materials and surfaces
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Enter to win a prize pack of Mod Podge goodies from my friend, Beth.. head to her blog to enter.
Mod Pod Projects to Make
I’ve created a variety of projects you can create. Grab yourself a jar of Mod Podge, any finish will work, and start creating!
Quick Mod Podge Craft – This mini twine wrapped pot is so easy. Just apply Mod Podge with a paint brush to the outside of the pot and then press twine on the surface as you wrap it around the pot. Continue to apply Mod Podge as you wrap the pot. Coat the entire thing with Mod Podge when you are finished wrapping to seal the twine.
Here are more Mod Podge project tutorials I’ve created
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More Mod Pod Projects to Make
Here are a few projects I’ve created for other websites:
Buy Mod Podge and start making fun projects!
And more Mod Podge projects and resources I’ve found:
- Travel Shadow Box from Craft Critique
- Upcycled Box from Flamingo Chronicals
- Image Transfer with Mod Podge from Morena’s Corner
- Wedding Gift Topper from Kingston Crafts
- Project Ideas from Plaid Crafts
- Mod Podge Rocks is all about Mod Podge DIY happiness
- Mod Podge projects on Pinterest
Celebrating 50 years of Mod Podge
More About Mod Podge
Norcross, GA – February 16th, 2017 – Mod Podge, the all-in-one glue, sealer and finish that has been a favorite for generations of crafters and DIYers, turns 50 years old in 2017. To celebrate this milestone, Plaid Enterprises, Mod Podge’s parent company, is planning a year-long celebration of its iconic brand with events and activities throughout the year.
National Mod Podge Day
As part of the celebration, Plaid has declared May 19th National Mod Podge Day. “The goal is to make May 19th‘a national day of making,’” said Debbie Henley, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Plaid. “We want as many people as possible around the country on that day creating and sharing projects that they make with Mod Podge and basically just having fun in a nationwide craft party! We created the hashtag #NationalModPodgeDay so everyone can share their projects and see what others are doing.”
Plaid will also be engaging its team of bloggers, craft celebrities, and social media influencers to craft and share their work on that day as well. Collectively, this group has millions of followers on various social media channels. Plaid will post a schedule of Facebook Live video streams happening throughout the day, as well as contests and giveaways hosted on various craft blogs and social media sites. Plaid is also working with its retail partners to promote the occasion across the country.
For more information about Mod Podge’s 50th anniversary and National Mod Podge day, visit Plaidonline.com/modpodge50
About Mod Podge
Decoupage was all the rage in the 1960’s, but it was a tedious and messy process involving multiple layers of varnish and sanding. All that changed in 1967 when an Atlanta-based interior designer and inventor named Jan Wetstone created a fast and easy alternative. She named her product Mod Podge, a shortened form of “modern decoupage.” Over the past 50 years, Mod Podge has expanded from the original Matte and Gloss formulas and is now available in 23 unique finishes and a full selection of tools and accessories.
About Plaid Enterprises
Founded in 1976, Plaid Enterprises, Inc., is one of the world’s largest, most diverse manufacturers of creative do-it-yourself products. Our product innovation and dedication to the ever-changing needs of consumers have made the Plaid family of products among the most recognized and desired brands worldwide. Plaid’s family of brands includes Mod Podge, FolkArt, Martha Stewart Crafts, Apple Barrel, Delta, and Bucilla. Plaid products are sold worldwide through mass merchants, national craft stores, independent retailers and online.
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