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Old 07-03-2014, 06:47 AM
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Question Mod Podge uses????

As of yesterday I have inherited 3 bottles of Mod Podge from the girls. Yesterday was the first time I used it. Do any of you use it and have you used it for paper crafts? I know the basic use for it but I'm curious if any of you have discovered other ways of using it.
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I have gone through countless jars of the stuff since childhood.
I guess I just use it the old way as a decoupage medium and a sealer or just to add a sheen. I love that there are so many different kinds now too. It is just plain fun in a jar.
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I use it for most of my mixed media projects, like I showed for June week 4. I use it a lot to seal paper when I'm doing crafts. I used it on my home-made paper storage boxes to adhere/seal papers on the boxes.

Have fun with it! You can add paint to color it too!
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You can use it as glue. It holds glitter very well and can be used to glue stuff on cards. Check out the frugal crafter on youtube. She uses it a lot and may ha ea whole video on it.
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I used it to transfer a photo onto canvas. You just have to make sure you reverse the photo before you transfer it so it comes out right and not like you are looking in a mirror
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