Mod Podge Mania is a way for us to share and receive some fabulous ideas for using Mod Podge. Therefore, it makes sense that not only should we link up, but then we should follow up. By that, I mean - get out there and visit! You never know what amazing project might be just a link away!
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Let's go! I haven't been blogging very regularly, but I hope we still get a decent response!
I've decided to share a project that I did blog about previously, but it was way back at the beginning of my blogging career (you like how I've labeled it a career?), so I'd like to share it again.
This Mod Podge recipe tin is a fun gift my mom and I love to give at bridal showers.
You start off with a plain white tin purse (at least that's what they're called in the Oriental Trading Co. catalog). I ordered mine from OTC, but you can pick them up at any craft store as well.
Then round up some decorating and embellishing supplies. My standards I like to use are coordinating scrapbook papers and tags/letters, as well as some coordinating ribbon for the handle. You could also use some 3D embellishments like buttons and flowers as well.
Cut your paper to fit around the box, and also a piece for the top if you'd like. I've done these with the top plain, and decorated. It turns out cute either way. I like to tear and layer a couple different papers. Adhere paper to your box with Mod Podge. Also stick on any lettering or other flat embellishments you want to use. top with 2 or more coats of Mod Podge to seal it all up nicely. Then add any 3D embellishments, like flowers, if you would like.
I like to tie several ribbons along the handle to give it a fun look. Make sure to seal your ribbon ends with fray stop or a lighter so they won't fray.
My mom and I have a collection of favorite tried and true recipes that we've accumulated over the years, and we print them up and give them to our loved ones in this cute litte recipe tin. It's always a hit!