If you are a crafter, chances are that you know the virtues of Mod Podge, the specialty glue, sealant and crafting tool. If you don’t, then it’s time! Mod Podge has tons of different uses, and I was really surprised at the number of cool projects we found using these Mod Podge ideas. Since it’s pretty inexpensive and goes a long way, we suggest you pick up a jar and read along. We’re Podgin’!
DIY Mod Podge Ideas
Our first DIY Mod Podge idea is from ‘Tell Love & Party‘, and is the perfect beginners project. These DIY tissue paper pots are as cute as they are colorful. You literally need 3 things to make this. (Yes, one of them is a bottle of Mod Podge!)
If you haven’t been over to ‘Mod Podge Rocks‘, then you have to go now. Amy is the expert on Mod Podge projects & crafts. The. Expert. Check out this wooden stool she decoupaged with paper!
If you are tired of boring office supplies, then no more! Beth at ‘Home Stories A to Z‘ has an easy tutorial on decoupaging these DIY Mod Podge clipboards and desk organizing ideas!
From ‘It’s Always Autumn‘, learn how to do a Mod Podge photo transfer on wood! This photo pallet project is creative and inexpensive to make.
Try using wrapping paper and this Mod Podge idea to makeover any piece of outdated furniture into something fresh & fun! This tutorial is from ‘Spoonflower’ via ‘Plaid‘.
Just to prove how creative you can get with this medium, try this Mod Podge project on for size! ‘Damask Love‘ used Mod Podge on fabric and created her own custom area rug. Fabric, a canvas drop cloth and some decoupage ideas & ingenuity! Step by step photos and instructions.
Want a quick Mod Podge craft idea? Make these DIY scrapbook paper coasters from ‘The DIY Dreamer‘. There are so many amazing scrapbook papers out there, you could make virtually any theme coasters with this tutorial. I think I may need a trip to the craft store…
This decoupage idea could be used as home decor or given as a gift, because it’s so boutique style pretty! Find out how to make these DIY Mod Podge jewelry boxes from ‘This Silly Girl’s Kitchen‘.
These DIY gold cement planters from ‘Brit + Co.‘ are a Mod Podge project that combines decoupage, gold foil and using concrete molds. So. Freakin. Cool. This idea is much easier than it looks!
Want to show off that wonderful fam with customized picture frames? Then use Mod Podge to make this simple craft! This tutorial is from ‘How to Nest for Less‘, and she used very inexpensive frames and scrapbooking paper for this idea.
Note : This post has been freshened with updated projects.Image Credits: Damask Love, Tell Love & Party, Mod Podge Rocks, Home Stories A to Z, It's Always Autumn, Plaid, The DIY Dreamer, This Silly Girls Kitchen, Brit + Co., How to Nest for Less