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« on: July 03, 2004 11:13:53 AM »

since i recently got a digital camera i have been super excited about posting some of my projects on here..

when i moved out into my own place a few years ago, one of the things i took with me from my parents' was this old table of my grandmas. its pretty plain and boring. so i decided to spruce it up by mod-podge-ing a bunch of cool pictures on it. it was accomplished by me and my roommate over the course of several months. we'd just work on it whenever we felt like it. (and in the meantime the table served as our dining table too! Smiley )

anyway, here it is:

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« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2004 04:08:38 PM »

thats awesome, i love how you have a variety of different images. nice work

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« Reply #2 on: July 18, 2004 12:07:05 PM »

Very cool  idea. I'm obsessed with mod podge and decoupaging stuff....very nice job!!

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« Reply #3 on: July 19, 2004 08:44:58 AM »

I have never done this...but shoot digital and manual photography often and would love to do this to one of my tables at home...can you explain the process to me  Wink
« Reply #4 on: July 19, 2004 09:27:28 AM »

That's so cute! What kind of pictures did you use? Like from magazines or photos?

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« Reply #5 on: July 19, 2004 09:38:02 AM »

i used pictures from magazines.

i just used mod-podge to glue the pictures to the table, and a bit of blue glitter (which i dont think you can see in the photo) and then put several layers onto to 'seal' it. occasionally something (particularly if its hot) might stick to the table and tear it a little bit so mod-podge may not be the best sealant in the world. does anyone have a better suggestion?

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« Reply #6 on: July 19, 2004 12:19:14 PM »

one word:


its used on hardwood floors. it would work here too.


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« Reply #7 on: July 23, 2004 08:01:13 PM »

How did you do this with out the paper wrinkling?  I always have the problem that no matter how small a piece of paper I use, it always wrinkles when I put mod-podge on top of it.

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« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2004 07:39:08 AM »

terralynn: there are actually some wrinkles, but really minor ones, you cant really see them in the picture. i basically just try to smooth out any wrinkles as i go along. the modpodge takes a moment to dry, so you have time to lift it back up and smooth it out. do you just put the modpodge on top, or underneath too? i glue it down (put the modpodge on the back) and after i am done, put another layer on top. maybe that helps?

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« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2004 12:20:55 PM »

How did you do this with out the paper wrinkling?  I always have the problem that no matter how small a piece of paper I use, it always wrinkles when I put mod-podge on top of it.

A great way to prevent wrinkling is to soak the paper for a few minutes before applying it to the surface, then use your wet fingers to gently smooth out any wrinkles.  Then when it's dry, add another layer of modge podge.,
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