Total Time: 2 hours 53 mins 57 secs
Join Creativebug and Plaid as we celebrate all things Mod Podge and share our favorite classes using this tried and true decoupage medium. You can use Mod Podge for just about any DYI project you can think of from refinishing furniture with Barb Blair to vibrant tissue paper votives with Faith Hale to inspiring magic wands with Amy Karol and more!
Furniture Refinishing: Paper and Decoupage (Part 3)Barb Blair
Create a pretty pictorial effect on your furniture with wallpaper or high-quality giftwrap – no drawing skills required. In this class, Barb shows how to choose a wallpaper that coordinates with your base paint, and then demonstrates covering drawer fronts, adding a lining, and installing your own fun hardware.
Magic WandsAmy Karol
Cultivate some magic in your life with these paper mache wands. This is a simple and imaginative project, and the wands can be made and decorated in any style. But perhaps the most special part is when Amy and her daughters show you how to instill your wand with magical powers, secret ingredients and whispers.
Glue 101Courtney Cerruti
Mixed media artist Courtney explains the basics of glue, including: Elmer's Glue, PVA (Poly Vinyl Acetate), Glue sticks, Mod Podge & gel medium, Tacky Glue, specialty glues, wood glue, heavy duty glues, hot glue guns, and glue dots. This class is perfect for anyone interested in collage, mixed media, image transfers, and using glue in general. Courtney explains how each type of glue works, as well as its ideal crafting use. You don't need every type of glue that exists, so watch this video to see which ones you'll want to include in your craft kit.
DIY Room Décor: Decoupaged Jewelry HolderCourtney Cerruti
If your jewelry collection is in need of some organization, this class will help set you straight. Courtney Cerruti shares a quick and easy idea for a jewelry hanger that utilizes decoupage and a little bit of hardware. Courtney shows you how to properly apply Mod Podge to adhere pretty paper to a wooden placard, and how to paint the beveled edges with a foam brush. After that, install some simple hanging hardware and you’ll be ready to display your necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings.
Cricut Paper Flowers: Make Potted PaperwhitesLia Griffith
In this class, paper flower artist Lia Griffith shows how to create realistic paperwhites using the Cricut Explore cutting machine. Lia demonstrates how to use the scoring tool to create perfect creases in the flowers and leaves, and then shows how to assemble the blooms to make a stunning arrangement.
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