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« on: June 09, 2010 03:03:46 PM »

Since school let out for the summer and my summer job hasn't started yet, I've been bored out of my mind. So, naturally, I've been crafting up a storm. Here are my first attempts at Mod Podge.

A small plastic drawer set (about 7"x7"x7") for my desk at school collaged with musicans and other tidbits from Rolling Stone

close ups of sides



Spot any familiar faces?!

And a lockable DVD case (purchased for under $5) as a graduation present for a film enthusiest friend of mine. Collaged with the covers/posters of some of his favorite movies.

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opened (holds 60 disks)


close up of top (the top was originally clear red plastic. what I didnt collage I colored with black paint pen)

Feedback welcome!! Any tips for future projects always welcome!!!
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« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2010 03:08:01 PM »

Is the Regina Spektor?

Very cool!
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« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2010 06:46:50 PM »

Do you find that Mod Podge can stay a bit tacky long after it has dried?  I made some Christmas ornaments awhile back.  You have to be careful what you wrap them in, because they can stick to regular or tissue paper.  :p

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« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2010 07:14:15 PM »

Do you find that Mod Podge can stay a bit tacky long after it has dried?  I made some Christmas ornaments awhile back.  You have to be careful what you wrap them in, because they can stick to regular or tissue paper.  :p



Haha, I noticed that. I collaged a blank book with a bunch of miscellaneous pictures last week and the Mod Podge is still a little tacky. The book keeps sticking to the table.  Tongue
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« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2010 09:56:45 AM »

Do you find that Mod Podge can stay a bit tacky long after it has dried?  I made some Christmas ornaments awhile back.  You have to be careful what you wrap them in, because they can stick to regular or tissue paper.  :p


Actually, that was one of the most surprising things about my projects, I got no 'after-tack' at all. If it helps at all, I used the Matte finish ModPodge and used a coat to stick the paper down and then 1-2 coats on top to finish. Hope that helps!
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« Reply #5 on: June 13, 2010 09:23:52 AM »

Do you find that Mod Podge can stay a bit tacky long after it has dried?  I made some Christmas ornaments awhile back.  You have to be careful what you wrap them in, because they can stick to regular or tissue paper.  :p


Actually, that was one of the most surprising things about my projects, I got no 'after-tack' at all. If it helps at all, I used the Matte finish ModPodge and used a coat to stick the paper down and then 1-2 coats on top to finish. Hope that helps!

I use that kind too, and the "after-tack" seems to go away after a week. Lol. I like the spray sealer made by Minwax-that stuff is odorless and it dries fast. I tried to find a picture of it but can't find one. That sealer works fine if you use it to seal something you Mod Podged.  Smiley

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« Reply #6 on: June 13, 2010 08:15:09 PM »

Those are really cool...I never thought to do something like that. Thanks for sharing the great ideas!
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