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What are some examples of how to mod Podge?

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Modge Podge glue and sealer is useful for adding contrast to furniture, such as dressers and sideboards, by applying patterned paper to the drawers or tabletops. The formula, which is specifically designed for fabric, can be used to attach embellishments to tote bags, hats or headbands without sewing.

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For holiday décor, crafters can create decorative Easter eggs or glitter or glow-in-the-dark effects to Jack-o-lanterns and skeletons. Kids can enjoy easy projects, such as adding glitter embellishments to the temples of sunglasses, attaching no-sew decorations to backpacks, or making paper masks from magazine cutouts.

Mod Podge can also be used to customize household items, such as serving trays, jewelry and storage boxes, glass jars, message boards and stools. Crafters frequently use materials such as tissue paper, wallpaper, gift wrap, maps and newspaper to decorate surfaces. However, Mod Podge can also handle the weight of slightly sturdier objects or materials, including scrapbooking embellishments, buttons and ribbons.

Mod Podge simplifies the process of decorating surfaces, such as furniture, coasters, planters, trays and wood, using decoupage techniques. Manufactured by Plaid, Mod Podge is available in a standard formula that can be used on a variety of surfaces. Plaid also offers specialty formulas to improve the finish quality, such as hardcoat, satin and outdoor versions, or add visual embellishments, such as glitter.

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