Thursday, August 13, 2009

mod podge giveaway!

In honor of our fun guest blogger yesterday, Amy from Mod Podge Rocks, we've got a Mod Podge giveaway! Just leave us a comment telling us what you'd do with a little Mod Podge and you could be our winner of a surprise gift pack from Mod Podge!


Be sure to leave your comment by Wednesday, August 19 to be counted!

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Mikey said...

I'd love some mod podge...I love using it for altered items..it is so reliable.

denise c.

Emily said...

I would use the Mod Podge to show a group of 15 young women how to make a custom notebook (just in time for school!) using Mod Podge, scrapbook paper, and embellishments. Because you can never have enough Mod Podge and embellishments when you are a girl between 12 and 17 years old!

Kimmy C said...

What CAN'T you do with Mod Podge?!? Recently I've been making memory cans to use as gift "boxes" for baby showers using mod podge.

Love the blog!

Jamison Foster Photography said...

Oooo. I love Mod Podge. What can't you do with it! First off, I'd redecorate this plain green toy box in my daughter's room.

Candy

firewife said...

I have never used modge podge before but there are several fun ideas out there I would like to try, but I can't because our local craft store has been out of modge podge for weeks. So I would love to win one. Thanks so much. Love your blog.

Nicole-Lynn said...

I would love to win! I am planning to do a lot of DIY projects for my wedding and I could really use this! :)

seasidesmitten@aol.com

Thank you for the opportunity.

Rachael said...

I would make that project you posted and other cute craft blocks for my home. Mod Podge is awesome!

dntbaker said...

really, i'm the first? sweet.
i love to collage on just about everything, my most recent piece was on an old dresser for my son. i clipped out a bunch of airplanes to go along with his nursery theme and other fun vintage pics i found. and that is how i use mod podge!

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I want to make a board book for my granddaughter with family pictures!

Cherie said...

I looove Mod Podge!! My next project is to mod podge a tray to fancy it up. I will have to check out that blog too!

Fun Mama - Deanna said...

I am planning to mod podge some of my daughter's art work or some comics to shelves to hang around my craft room as I fix it up. I also like to mod podge boxes.

Aubrey said...

I would love to use mod podge to try and use up my scraps of scrapbook paper on all sorts of crafts.

The Titmi said...

I would revamp a chest to make it look awesome for baby toys

Kim said...

Mostly clipboards and we did a mirror frame. My 11 year old wants to mod podge her laptop cover. Thinking about that one!

Heather said...

OOH! First comment! Well, I could do a lot with a little mod podge! I think I'd start with boxes. I love making boxes with mod podge! I really wanna win!

Stephanie said...

So far with modge podge I have made Christmas ornaments, redone an Ikea drawer, spiffied up a yogurt container, modge podged up a school project with my son... and frankly can't wait for a new idea to pop into my head to I can "paint" away some more!! Modge Podge does rock!
and... so does this blog - I love it!

Memmott Family said...

I love mod podge. I like making clipboards with paper on them decorate them then mod podge them to keep the paper on!!

liz
lizzers26 at gmail dot com

Heather said...

I'd love to use some mod podge to make some scrapbook paper covered letters to hang in the wall of my little boy's room.

heatherdemke(at)gmail(dot)com

little mockingbird said...

Oh geeze, what wouldn't I do with the Mod Podge haha. Um I would use it with the journal I am creating, I've been going through a lot of that stuff. I would use it in my pendant making and I would use it in my artwork. The possibilities are endless!!!

Mrs. Ellis said...

I've been dying to make some scrabble tile pendants and some modge podge would come in very handy for this project!

mflott said...

I LOVE Mod Podge! I'd use it to create mini scrap book albums and gifts for family for Christmas!

The Momma said...

I have the canvas project in my head that NEEDS some ModPodge! NEEDS.IT! :) Thanks for the chance!

The Allen Family said...

I like Modge Podge to decorate recipe boxes that I make for wedding shower gifts.

ellen said...

cover clipboards!

emerzim said...

I Mod Podged scrapbook paper onto alphabet letters for my daughter's room.

Julie P said...

I've been wanting to make frames.

Chelsea said...

home decor! I have a ton of the gloss and matte stuff, but I'm dying to get my hands on a project for the Paper mod podge to see how it compares.

Crystal said...

Honestly, I've never used it, but I want to. I've been seeing so many projects that use it.

Red Charlotte said...

I have a little sailboat that is no longer in good sailing condition, but could be refurnished into something fabulous, like a standing bookcase.

I'd love to use mod podge on it!

Keri said...

Can you believe I've never used mod podge? And that I always thought it was called "modge podge?"

Seriously.

I would start by decorating some notebooks for school, and then the possibilities are endless :)

rachell enger said...

Oh, the possibilities. I am planning to refurbish a night stand and mod podge the top of it, and well as some shelves in our living area.

Bridget said...

I love mod podge too! I use it to cover journals with scrapbook paper and make wands for my kiddos.

Adore Design Studio said...

I want some mod podge! I'm use it to make some custom wall plates!

Adams Family said...

Love, love, love modge podge!! I would use it for some altered composition books and a million other things!! :)

Amy said...

I have just now discovered the beauty of mod podge. I am wanting to create some decorations for Christmas (somewhat newly-wed so we don't have any) and this would be a huge help.

Alexis said...

I'd cover ugly notebooks, and maybe a toy box.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Anika said...

I try to always have mod podge on hand, it's great stuff! It just so happens my stash is getting a little low. I have some cute little summer paper napkins that are dying to be made into coasters. **It's still summer, right?**

Lisa said...

I would love to creat a cd scrapbook and am thinking about using mod podge to cover the top of an end table w/ wrapping paper. Thanks!
mikenlisa2005 {at} gmail {dot} com

Jennifer Cleaver said...

My latest mod podge activity is making frames. Next, I think I will work on some magnets...oh the fun you can have with mod podge!

Stitch 'N Love said...

Oh, I have been thinking about going out and getting some Hodge-Podge to make some candle cups and also to put some images on glass for magnets!

Christie B

Clements Family said...

Oh my...there are so many projects calling my name that I need mod jodge for...where to start first??

Ashley said...

I love Mod Podge, Mod Podge Rocks, AND Little Birdie Secrets! I'd make some more journals....

I used it for the covers!

http://lilblueboo.blogspot.com/2009/07/making-composition-book-art-journal.html

MicheLLe said...

Oh how I love Mod Podge!! I've got a project for one of my son's rooms that I've been wanting to get done! It requires LOTS of Mod Podege! :)

Laura said...

what wouldn't I do with some Mod podge?!!! I love the stuff. I will post likely put together a mini photo book

Nancy said...

I have been collecting tin coffee cans because I think they are on the way out and plastic is in...I like the tin and have a modge podge project in my head!
~Nancy

Shana said...

I LOVE mod podge! I'd use it to alter items for holiday gifts, favors for my daughter's 1st birthday party next month, teacher gifts, etc.

There are SO many things I want to try!!!

Pam said...

I have never used Mod Podge but I just bought a press board monogram letter that I want to decorate and hang on my front door. I would use it for that! :) And probably a dozen other projects once I have it.

Adam & Kristen Birkmeyer said...

What a fun giveaway! I have recently used mod podge to make some altered notebooks for thank you gifts. But I've been dying to pick up a piece of Goodwill furniture - like a side table or something - and mod podge it into something adorable!

Thanks!! Kristen kbirkmeyer@gmail.com

Cassie said...

Modge Podge is the best for mosaic paper crafting!!

Elisabeth Marie said...

cover my nearly finished blocks project- I just ran out of M.P. What ever will I do without it!?

K. Tacher said...

I LOVE MOD PODGE!
I want to use it on this decorative sign I am wanting to hang above my door.
Thanks!

Lindsey said...

I would use it to make a project I have had in mind for a while. Using cute scrapbook and/or wrapping paper I want to cover a piece of sheet metal to make a magnet board for my office. If it turns out, I want to make more and start an Etsy shop selling them.

TayLor said...

I am currently making my soon to be three year old niece a jewlery box for her birthday and I'm already using Mod Podge to decoupage, but will soon run out! I need more so I can finish this project and start on the million I have floating around in my head!

Taylor B.

Ayelet said...

I'm going to start homeschooling, and I have a few Modge Podge projects in mind for our school area!

heather said...

What WOULDN'T I use Mod Podge for? I use it for cards, book making, and reusing wipes cases for my daughter's toys.

Heather -heathermandell@yahoo.com said...

Ooh, Mod Podge goody bag! I would use it to create a turtle border in the room that will soon be a nursery (fingers crossed)! :) Thanks for the give-away opportunity!

Katie said...

I want some! I want to cute up a clipboard and a picture frame and a nightstand!

kalina said...

I'm thinking mod podge + scrapbook paper + any other material = goodness all around.

Purple Quilter Queen said...

I'd love to mod podge some cute photo frames using some of my daughter's baby clothes. Jenn

Elizabeth said...

Oh, there are endless possibilities when it comes to me and mod podge! The first few things I would do with it is make some cute scrapbook frames in my son's room, make a jewelry holder, and spice up some containers in our bathroom with "his" and "hers" on them with more scrapbook paper.

Laura KW said...

I have gathered so many ideas for projects with mod podge....but am still waiting for my lss to get some in. I think I will start with a back to school book for my daughter who is heading to kindergarten next month.

stacey said...

i like using it for all sorts of crafts...like holiday blocks and clipboards. i would love to make more with some more mod podge!

Just Us said...

There is a ton of things I would use mod podge for... I have some wood letters that I've been meaning to paint and cover.

Tasha said...

Very fun!! I have a couple projects up my sleeve. One being I want to modpog the seat of a small chair in my boys room, a couple letter signs, and I am sure if I won I would come up with a whole lot of projects to do :)

Amy said...

I have a whole folder of to do projects that I could use this prize for! thanks!

Gena said...

I would love for my daughter and I to create a hair clip box.

Billy and Heather said...

I would make picture frames for our kids rooms.

Princess Ang-hamin said...

Just one use for mod podge? My newest project is to plaster maps all over my husband's desk.

carlisle clan conversation... said...

I would go Mod Podge nuts with all the ideas in my mind for my soon to debut ETSY!

www.texascarlislefamily.blogspot.com

With Mod Podge Love,

Jenni

Neus said...

I am making some foam board hands for my daughter to hang her finger puppets. I'd love to decoupage them, and a little Mod Podge would come in handy.

Mel said...

HMMMM, what I would do with mod podge?? I'd probably make some cute notebooks or clip boards for my kiddos teachers!
harpercrew@gmail.com

The Rigbys said...

The next project I want to do is decorate wood letters (that spell my daughter's name) with scrapbook paper and mod podge it on for their rooms. This blog is awesome by the way.

Opp Family said...

I've been looking forward to trying my crafting hands on some Modge Podge. If I won, I would use it to recover my little girl's rocking chair with fabric that I'm using to make her quilt with.

Annchan said...

I would modge podge over some boxes I have with some fabric.

Anne D said...

I am planning to make a Pin the Cherry on the Sundae game for our upcoming, second annual Sweet Sisters Sundae Party. I need podge! :)

Melonie said...

I use Mod Podge every week to adhere paper on wood. It sticks like a glue and makes it glossy on top. I just love the look. meloniew a t g ma i l d o t c o m

Michele said...

I would use Mod Podge to make something sappy for my boyfriend for our three year anniversary at the end of the month. Maybe magnets!

Jeff and Holly said...

I just bought some buckets at target in the dollar section for 50 cents so I would LOVE some Mod Podge to cover them with fun candy wrappers! hollybear4@gmail.com

Blythe said...

I have my eye on a fabric covered file cabinet project that uses oodles of Modge Podge, so this would be perfect.

The Hatch's said...

Anything that needs to be smoothered to be tacked down Mod Podge does the job.

Amber said...

i so need this! i have NEVER used mod podge! can you believe it?! i always have things that i want to use it for and then i just don't do them. i could be so much more creative with a little mod podge! crossing my fingers!

Tauni said...

I would love some Mod Podge. I have just the project waiting.

Amanda P said...

What wouldn't I do with Mod Podge? My first project would be to cover some clip boards with paper.

Sare said...

I have some old orange crates I got for free and I'd love to slather them with some mod podge and fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

blythe said...

i think i would make the cute picture frame featured on the blog. so cute!

Brooke said...

My son has a table and chairs that is screaming out for some attention. I'd love to make it coordinate with his jungle room.

Debbie said...

I have this ugly oak stool that is just the perfect height for me to reach my tallest kitchen cabinets {i'm only 5'} and I've always wanted to modge podge it with beautiful paper to liven it up. I just need to find the time to fit this project in!

Terra Jones said...

What WOULDN'T I do with it!? I would get started on some Christmas gifts!

Rach said...

Never used it, would love to win some and try it out!

lifeheARTist said...

MOD PODGE ROCKS! : ) I love, love, love to alter anything... books, clipboards, journals, boxes... just about anything with a surface and that can't run away from me! LOL!

The Gorbys said...

I'd use it to cover letters to spell "CRAFT" in my sewing room.

Mandi said...

I love using Mod Podge. We just bought a house so I am refinishing a ton of furniture and picture frames to match the new decor, a little Mod Podge would definitely help!

John, Sarah and Maddie said...

I just saw a cute dresser idea I'd like to try!

Stephanie said...

I can't find mine!! I wanted to use it for the first time to pretty up a table top!

Katie R said...

i just saw really cute "no place like home for the holiday" plaques using mod podge... maybe I could get a holiday head start!

ircabbit said...

Oh man! I would use it to redo my dresser with a cool fabric top.

Jill said...

Woo Hoo! I love me some Mod Podge (AKA liquid gold!) I would definitely get right on making some washer necklaces if I win! Yay!!!

Jaime said...

Great Giveaway!! I would love to Mod Podge my PIANO!! Crazy right, but wouldn't that be a fun statement piece!!
Love your blog btw!

Ter said...

awesome. (Can Canadians enter?)

I have tried to use Modge Podge before but I haven't quite learned the tricks to keeping it smooth. I think I put too much on... But I have become an altered notebook freak! Looking forward to learning more!

yellowpansy15 said...

I would love some mod podge!
-Stef

Annie said...

I have never used Modge Podge, but would LOVE to. I have seen a ton of projects using it, and think it would be great to give them a try!

yellowpansy15 said...

Oops! I'm planning on making some gifts for a reunion of friends during my college homecoming. We used to do mod podge all the time.
-Stef

waiseone said...

Modge Podge rocks! It keeps things on forever.

Gina

Lawanna said...

I haven't ever used ModPodge, but I'd love to try...There's a bunch of cute ideas out there.

bedelia said...

ummm, I think i'd make some name plaques for my boys' room.

maleahbliss said...

The same thing I always do, TRY TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD!! HAHA.. Not sure why that came out...I'd probably mod modge up some picture frames. Thanks for the fun giveaway! :)

tinahead81 said...

i have a little desk that is screaming for a make over!

Emily said...

Recently inspired by mod podge, and now I just can't get enough of it! :)

Amanda said...

I would finish my word blocks for my cornice box, and do some picture frames and some scrabble tiles and...

thomas family said...

I have several projects in mind for a little mod podge, some wood blocks covered in scrapbook paper, frames, various wood containers and a key rack.

Linda, Greg and Drew said...

would love this to decorate gift boxes and tins!!

Sara said...

I love mod podge! I will make lots of fun decor for the house!

Lynn Osborne said...

I'm making notebooks for a planning meeting I'm having with colleagues from a non-profit that I work with. I know I could spiff them up with some Mod Podge!

Sarah@VintageChic said...

I'm working on backpack tags for all of my nieces & nephew for Christmas... I Mod Podge them when finished to protect them from wear!

Lucky Red Hen said...

I've always wanted to try Modge Podge!

Panya said...

I have a reclaimed wooden children's chair that I'd love to decorate.

Renanda said...

OOOOO! I have plans on making wooden hangers for my friends and their babies. I also made a travel baby wipe case and I want to make more. I need to podge me some office desk organizers. I also want to attempt my kitchen cupboards. Too many ideas to list all of them. Thanks!

Lauren said...

Mod Podge will be used to make notebooks using old school vintage ads. Im teaching my boyfriend the beauty of Mod Podge...and I bet he could sure use the gift!

Palmer's said...

We used Mod Podge to make "Faith Family Friends" frames in young womens and also to remake lots of fun Yard sale finds! You can't have enough Mod Podge!

Jessica (aka Faeanne) said...

Mod Podge is a new thing I just discovered and while I haven't even used it yet, I have accrued a *very* long of awesome projects I want to do now.

The first thing on my list is to cover some old Cub Scout popcorn tins to make pretty containers for the College Survival Kits I'm making my friend's daughters.

amber said...

i would decorate my house, i have nothing on the walls and want to change that

Jennifer said...

The sky's the limit with Mod Podge!! Right now, I'm mod podging (hmmm...Mod Podge is now a verb) anything and everything metal! Love it!
annsaver@hotmail.com

Catherine said...

I'm tossing around ideas for redecorating my workroom (it's been two years already - I'm craving something different) and I would use the Mod Podge to cover an old shelf unit so it isn't so 1980s.

Kari said...

I would like to decoupage a dresser that's been in my garage for ages!

Jenkinson Family said...

I love mod podge. I would go crazy with all the paper I have.

Lisa said...

I'd use Mod Podge to start crafting for Halloween. I've got the fever!

Amy said...

OK, so what wouldn't I do!! haha I would use it to make some art canvas wall decor, maybe some switch plates...I can't even think of all the things I would love to do with this stuff. I have been wanting to buy some, but with my husband unemployed, I haven't had the extra few $$ to get myself some. Thanks!!!

Heidi said...

i L.O.V.E. mod podge. my current mod podge craft of choice is covering frames with scrapbook paper and embellishments. Mod Podge makes it all stick nicely together!

Rebecca said...

I would use the Mod Podge to decorate my composition book for school.

Melanie said...

awesome! You can never have enough!
I plan on mod podging an IKEA kids table set

Shawna said...

Can you ever have too much mod podge? I think not. I use it on everything. I had about 4 bottles a few months ago and i went to use some last night and I had a tiny bit in the bottom of my last bottle. LOVE that stuff!

Jess said...

I love mod podge and have used it for covering wood frames and letters. I would probably use it to make more frames.

ONE MANS TRASH IS MY TREASURE said...

OOOOO HOW FUN! I'VE NEVER USED MOD PODGE BUT I WOULD LOVE TO WIN TO HAVE THE CHANCE TO. IF I WON I WOULD MOD PODGE A PICTURE COLLAGE FROM OUR WEDDING PHOTOS IN A LARGE FRAME FOR THE HOUSE. I'VE BEEN TRYING TO THINKOF A CREATIVE WAY TO DISPLAY THEM AND I THINK THIS WOULD BE PERFECT! PICK ME PICK ME!

Veronica said...

I would love to try the mod podge frame with ribbons and embellishments!!

A Fancher said...

I love Mod Podge! I'd use it to make a decorative box with my girls or to embellish some clipboards for use as gifts or to embellish some of those $1 wooden frames at Michaels. There is so much you can do with it, it's great!

Erin said...

I love to use Mod Podge in my art that I hang around my new apartment! Working on one now with a bottle and glass of wine that could use a little somethin' somethin'....

Sarah Seitz said...

can you believe it? i've never used mod podge! but, i'd love to give it a try!!

Rachelle Van Wagoner said...

My favorite Mod Podge creations to make, is to take a freash 4 inch wood frame and find pictures of the recepiants family and mod podge them all around the frame, then I make little round magnets and mod podge the faces of her ancestors on them and make a family tree...its adorable!

said...

We have a bday party coming up for a friend and my daughter and I going to make the magnet letters/numbers for her! What a super idea - we can't wait to get started. Love the site - there are some fabulous ideas.

Tanaia said...

I LOVE Modge Podge!!! I love to use it on my 3D images, especially my canvas projects!!

Atticelf said...

Love Mod Podge. I've always wanted to make a custom clock or frame. Have used it on altered tins/boxes - works like a charm! :)

The Mehaffie's said...

Here's what I did with some MP: http://themehaffies.blogspot.com/2008/09/third-trimester.html

Some plaques with a hymn on them and scrap book paper on an old window!

Kimmy said...

I've been wanting to Mod Podge on some blank canvases I have with scrapbooking paper and fabric to make some wall art for my craft studio... the walls are too blank LOL.

Colliers said...

I love mod podge! I would like to make a board book into a ABC scrapbook for my son and I will definitely need mod podge for that. Thanks!

Colliers said...

I love mod podge. I would make an ABC board book for my son and I will definitely need mod podge for that. Thanks!

Beth- the mama bee said...

I want to do a college scene on my daughters wall. I think it might be perfect!

TheOgunbaseMom said...

I would use it to put some of my children's art work in a scrapbook.

sunflowerlin said...

Ooooh! There are so many things I would do. But I did have my eye on that filing cabinet that was done a few weeks ago with Mod Podge and fabric. We happen to have a 2 drawer filing cabinet and I have obtained permission from my husband, so that's my next project!!! I am so excited! Just looking for the right fabric pattern now :)

Erin said...

I just discovered this awesome stuff about a year ago. Before that I was using watered down crazy glue. Mod Podge is so much better. What I would use it for? Well first I am dying to try the fabric mod podge but first I have to put my daughter's name on the painted canvases I have hanging above her crib. Not sure if I will cover wooden letters with paper or just mod podge the paper right onto the canvas.

Ben and Taryn said...

I used mod podge to recover notebooks for Christmas presents last year and to save puzzles to frame. Love the ease and fun things you can make.

AmandaSue said...

I'd use the Mod Podge to decorate some notebooks and photo frames! Thanks for the chance.
unforgetable_dreamer_always(at)hotmail.com

Janice said...

I have a 'soul journal' waiting to be started, I'd love some Mod Podge to create a collaged look to my journal.

Micha said...

As a first year teacher in a brand new school my room is totally void of personality and I've been wanting to Mod Podge everything. So - I'd bring some color to my work life :)

Kim said...

I would love some more Modge Podge. I've been wanting to try and re-create an expensive vintage photo plaque I saw somewhere. It's hard to explain, but I think I can do it with Modge Podge.

Kim

Tiffany said...

What couldn't you do with a little mod podge? I have several ideas i've seen i would like to try with pics of my kids and cute paper. Thanks for the offer.

Laura and Kelly Allen said...

I've always wanted to use Mod Podge to cover an end table in pages torn from a favorite book. I think it would be so cute!

Jen said...

I love your website and Mod Podge!

I have some unpainted wooden frames that I would use the Mod Podge to make fabulous.

Jennifer said...

I've been wanting to Mod Podge some shadow boxes for my craft room!!

Sarah Fitzpatrick said...

oh what a difficult and lame world it would be without mod podge! i have just covered my switch covers with fabric and mod podge sealed the deal! :)

CAMERON, TIA AND CLAYTON said...

i love mod podge! i do lots of crafts and so into the craft box it would go!

jojoebi said...

I have an ever growing list of things to try with mod podge but I can't get hold of it where I live :O(

Liz said...

I love Mod Podge! I love making stuff for friends as gifts.

Allison said...

I would LOVE some mod podge!! I want to mod podge some decorative clipboards for gifts!

Thanks for teh chance to win!

Alena Jo said...

Just about anything and everything. I love mod podge! At the moment I'm thinking about mod podging over my daughter's "royalty" poster for school, to make it more permanent.

Kim said...

OH! I am planning on making photo blocks for my family for Christmas and need me some MOD PODGE for the project!

Wendy said...

Id cover my daughters jeweley box.

Catalina said...

I've seen so many projects I'd love to make that use modpodge, but it is imposible to find it here were I live, for real. I would love to try those proojects with the grweat modpodge

kristi lee said...

I want to embellish my craft table with scrap book paper and...mod podge, of course!!

Kim said...

I've never used Mod Podge before......but have had many intentions of doing so. In fact I was going to go out this weekend and buy some. Instead I'm going to cross my fingers and hope that I win!

Christina said...

I've never used mod podge before and would love to try some of the projects I see on here.

kidspastorchc(at)yahoo(dot)com

Cindy said...

I start back to school as a fifth grade teacher in 2 weeks. It is a new challenge for this primary teacher. I'd love to use the modge podge to help them customize their writer's notebook. My journals always inspire me!

Sarah said...

I'm a newbie to modge podge, but am planning lots of christmas gifts!

sarahlbartonatgmaildotcom

JStacie said...

What wouldn't I do! I have been wanting to make journals.

The Plumber's Wife said...

I'm going to use mod podge on some painted wood.

katie_kitty@msn.com

angela said...

I am a Mod Podge addict also!!! I go through bottles and bottles of this wonderful stuff! If something sits still long enough, I will coat it in Mod Podge and cover it with paper or fabric. Seriously.
I am about to redo my girls' bedrooms and I plan on papering one wall in each of their bedroom with scrapbook papers in a checkerboard fashion. I'm going to need tons of it!

ShellyLynn said...

I think I would get some awesome tissue paper or scrapbook paper and cover the top portion of my daughter's changing table that is getting scratched up/damaged looking. And make it less baby-ish. :)

Jen Roh Photography said...

I just got my first jar of Mod Podge and I wasn't sure at first if I would like it, but after using it on one of my son's art projects, I just love it, and now use it any chance I get! I have the gloss finish, but would love to try the matte as well.

Thanks for your great blog!

La Chileng├╝ita said...

I'd mod podge the empty wine bottles I have to make fun & decorative bud vases :)

dressedbyjesgmail.com said...

I use Mod Podge for everything. Altered art, scrapbooking, pendant making.... The list goes on and on.

taylor+sophie said...

Mod Podge rocks my world! I love mod podgin photographs and If I won, I would mod podge EVERY single photograph in my house!!

KatieJ said...

Mod Podge is fantastic! What would I not use it for?? I think first thing would be to finally decorate a couple of paper mache boxes I've been holding on to...

Logan and Emily said...

Yay for Mod Podge! We like making pencil boxes, recipe boxes, and picture frames!

roylancemommy said...

I want to take some old vintage books I found at a used book shop and make some canvas prints for my "baby on the way"s room. There are some great illustrations!

Pink Flip Flops said...

Oooh! I was just thinking I need to get some mod podge! I was going to decorate the backs of my bookshelves.

Mirissa said...

I'd love to win this. I just mod podged my first item thanks to your guest blogger, and I'm dying to do some more!

li'l mil said...

I think the better question is, "What WON'T I do with it?"

Myrnie said...

I've been itching to cover the light plates in my daughter's rooms :)

Andrea said...

I've never used Mod Podge, but I REALLY want to. I think I'd start with some kind of wall art.

Aleisha said...

I have a project to do that includes paper photographs, mod podge, and wood stain. This would be wonderful! Aleishamartin at gmail dot com

Stephanie :) said...

I'm not sure what I would do with it. I'm in a bit of a funk and have been dying to do something creative!

Tierra said...

I love Mod Podge. The next project that I would use it for would be a silhouette of my children on a wooden plaque. It is so neat.

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kristal said...

ooh, ooh! i just eeked out the last drop of modge podge from my latest bottle and i need MORE. i cover clipboards, soap dispensers, name plaques, buckets, totes, the kitchen sink with the stuff. i need it!!

Cat J B said...

I'd love to try Mod Podge, we don't have it here in Aus. I'd make some story stones, as per Red Bird Crafts, mine don't turn out quite the same looking on the surface and I think it's the lack of Mod Podge!

Ashleigh said...

I've never used Mod Podge before... because they don't sell it where I live! How annoying! But I've been wanting to try so many projects with it... wonder if I could safely decorate the top of my laptop??

G said...

I LOVE Mod Podge!

Christianne said...

I'd like to mod podge my filing cabinets - but I'd need a lot of mod podge!

Robin said...

Well, so far I have used Mod Podge to paper my bathroom, cover a kitchen cabinet with scrapbook paper and a beautiful book that I took apart, cover an old ugly dresser with pages from an old encyclopedia, and countless other smaller projects. So what will I do next? I think it will be an inspiration board. Which I can continue to change over time.
Thanks for the give away!

Aunt Spicy said...

Hummm, this might be the motivation I need to try something other than sewing!

dodi said...

I just acquired an old Scrabble Board (with missing pieces) and decided, instead of just tossing it, to make those scrabble piece pendants/magnets/pins with fabrics and scrapping paper. Have seen many for sale on Etsy and think I could easily receate this for teachers, friends and christmas gifts! :)

LG said...

My next mod podge project will be some light switch covers!
Great GIve away!

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