• Paper Craft,  Tutorials

    Mod Podge Wedding Invitation Gift

    My friend Kiri got married recently, and I wanted to make her a small canvas memento from her beautiful bird-themed wedding invitation. This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a little commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase. Supplies Needed canvas acrylic craft paint in various colours sponge paint brushes Mod Podge Fiskars paper punch – stamp shape and circle shape I began by creating a soft background, blending blue, green, and white paints.  I love using a sponge brush for this.  Using the tip of the brush, I brushed linear white streaks.…

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    Tinted Mason Jars with Food Colouring and Mod Podge

    Whenever I get glass jars that have any interesting shapes or indentations, I save them for projects like this: Tinted Mason Jars. With a little Mod Podge and food colouring, you can turn an ordinary object into something special. I found this project via Pinterest on the Momtastic Canada blog. Supplies: glass jas Mod Podge (gloss) food colouring oven baking tray and parchment paper I used what I had in the supply closet, so I substituted matte Mod Podge, but I found the results quite nice nonetheless. Basically, you have to mix food colouring and Mod Podge and coat the inside of a glass jar. After letting the paint drip…

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    Revitalize a Clipboard with Mod Podge

    I love crafting with Mod Podge, the almighty glue and sealant. I found an old clipboard, but it was discoloured from water damage and the metal clip component was slightly rusted. This clipboard was the perfect base for a cutesy transformation. This project is very easy and is great for first-time Mod Podgers.   What you need: clipboard Mod Podge two coordinating sheets of scrapbook paper scissors/paper cutter sponge brush measuring tape or ruler corner rounder scrapbooking punch (optional) Covering the Clip First, you will need to create a template to cover the clip portion of the clipboard from your scrap paper. I simply held my paper over the clip…