Monday, 28 March 2011

A Fridge Magnet using Mod Podge!


Have just got my first jar of Mod Podge!

Decided to start small and after watching the experts on YouTube I gave it a go!

I used a playing card as the mount and then Mod Podged on a print of the gorgeous little Victorian girl.

A few more coats of Mod Podge and a bit of lace, buttons and two shiny pink beads and there it is - on my fridge - and is my Handmade Monday contribution! Thanks to Wendy for organising us every Monday!



14 comments:

  1. Love the magnet, so pretty. You have revived my interest in Mod Podge, so off to have a play

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  2. I just love the name...Mod Podge. I can see you setting up a business with you and your team at the day centre, just think of all the new craft stuff you could buy!

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  3. A pretty item :) Now you've got me wondering what mod podge is!! (off to google)

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  4. Wow, how effective is that?! You now have another 51 to make with all the other playing cards in the pack!
    Thanyou for taking part in HM x

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  5. I created quite alot of damage when I didn't put the lid back on my mod podge properly - I've not been brave enough to buy it again! But you've inspired me to get some more! Lovely image. Anna x

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  6. Mod Podge?! - Do not know what it is but like the sound of it - off to find more!

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  7. Mod Podge - love it! hehehe. And it looks really pretty. Thanks so much, might have to give that one a go.

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  8. Another one who does not know what Mod Podge is but that doesn't stop me enjoying the finished result. It's lovely

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  9. Never worked with mod podge - but love your fridge magnet.

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  10. Totally ignorant of what mod podge is but love what you have made. The picture is gorgeous and the lace and buttons really give a great effect.
    Lovely

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  11. Thanks everyone for visiting my Blog and all your kind comments! For those wondering what Mod Podge is...look at www.modpodgerocksblog.com
    Amy will explain all! Nancy

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  12. Mod Podge is what I use for my decoupage too; it's so easy to use and always gives a brilliant finish. Your magnet is very pretty.

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  13. ooo I have no idea what Mod Podge is!! Off to googe it, but it all looks wonderful, and love the vintage lace!

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  14. Love your fridge magnet using the mod podge. Found lots of ideas of how to use it on You Tube so now off to buy some.

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