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This page contains thrifty, do it yourself, decoupage craft projects and tips.
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Using Mod Podge on Glass
Decoupaging Pictures on Formica
Decoupage Craft Ideas
Decoupaging Fabric on Glass
Decoupaging a Plastic Flower Pot
Decoupaging on Glass
Decoupaging Furniture With Sheet Music
Decoupaging With Newspaper Clippings
Decoupaging Ceramic Tiles
Decoupage Photos Onto Wood Letter
Personalized Decoupaged Napkin Coasters
Autumn Leaves Centerpiece
Decoupaging Old Metal TV Trays
Making a Collage Folder
Antique Rose Upcycled Bottle Vase
Transferring a Picture to a Cup or Plate
Making "Love Life" Vinyl Record Charger Plates
Making Decoupaged Light Switch Plate
Decoupaging a Napkin on Glass
Decoupage Picture Tile Coasters
How to Mod Podge Cardstock Prints to Canvas
Fabric Covered Decorative Glass Plates
Decoupaged Ikea Mirrors
Making a Decoupaged Tin
Making a Decoupage Candle Holder
Decorative Decoupage Christmas Plates
Decoupaging Photos on Wood
Making Decoupaged Letters
Making a Lavender Infused Sugar Jar
Making a Candy Wrapper Covered Can
Decoupaged Glass Vases
Decoupage Tips and Tricks
Preventing Surface Bubbles in Mod Podge
Decoupaging a Glass Bottle
Making a Decoupage Pen Holder
Making a Decoupage Tile Heat Resistant
Decoupaged Wood Frames
Decoupage a Memo Holder
Decoupage Wall Plaques
Decoupaging Cabinet Doors
Collage Pictures Peeling off Old Dresser
How Do I Decoupage a Plain Glass Plate?
Making Decoupage Jewelry
Decoupaging Canvas Totes
Decoupage Ornamental Ball
Using Original Pictures For Decoupage
Decoupaging Pictures on Wooden Table
Vinyl Flooring For Table Top
Decoupaged Birdbath Base from Recycled Materials
Inexpensive Substitute for Gesso
Decoupage Newspapers on a Wall
Clay Pot Candy/Gumball Machine
Make this cute, inexpensive candy machine for Valentine's Day or decorate for any occasion. It makes a nice gift for a friend or co-worker.
Decoupaged Photo on Wood
Easy instructions for using decoupage to put photos on a wood surface.
Easy Candy Jar Gifts
This is a very easy and very inexpensive gift. My mom used to make jars like this for friends, making a padded fabric lid. The idea for these came to me when my sister-in-law was talking about her love of Dots candy.
Candy Wrapper Covered Can
Many years ago, I saw a project similar to this, done by Martha Stewart. She used Mary Jane candy wrappers, decoupaged onto a box, I think. For this project, I used Tootsie Roll wrappers.
Decoupaged Light Switch Plate
Recently on Pinterest, I saw the most darling switch plate cover, covered in glitter. So, I pulled out my favorite wrapping paper and went to town with the modge podge. In my kid's room, I used a copy of a Dr. Seuss book and covered the plates with those.
Decorative Decoupaged Letters
This project was done for the wonderful librarian at my daughter's school. It is pretty easy and inexpensive. The kids thought it was cool! You could use this technique to spell out anything, using any type of paper, book pages, comic books, etc. It's a versatile project.
Decoupaging a Framed Print
How can I use decoupage to seal an already framed print so it is waterproof and so I can be used as a tray?
Using Modge Podge on Decorated Ornaments
I want to place holiday stickers on glass ornaments. I am using the glossy so is there a way to use modge podge and not be filmy? Also can you use modge podge over matte paint on plastic or glass?
Using Modge Podge on Glass
When using Mod Podge to glue glitter on the stem of a glass I used the paper type. Will that be OK or should I scrap it and go out and buy the dishwasher safe kind?
Using Elmer's Glue or Puzzle Glue for Decoupage
I want to decoupage a picture onto a piece of painted wood with puzzle glue or regular Elmer's glue. Can this be done?
Mod Podge Beading Up on Glass Vase
I'm trying to dye a glass vase with mod podge, but it keeps beating up and not sticking to the glass. Do you know why? It's not just streaking, it's not sticking at all, as if it's water proof glass.
Using Mod Podge to Attach Fabric Leaves to a Glass Jar
I am trying to use mod podge to glue material fall leaves onto a Mason jar. I have cleaned the jar with alcohol and done everything I know and cannot get them to stick. I am very frustrated. What am I doing wrong?
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