Mod Podge Fun!

This is my first attempt at Mod Podge! If you don’t look too close it came out pretty good. I am practicing for Penelope’s 1st Birthday party. I am going to Mod Podge some vases, like the one in the tutorial below, for decoration for her party.

I reused a couple of bins of Seventh Generation wipes a long time ago and I use them for storage by her changing pad. They are the perfect size to hold knick-knacks. One holds all her hair bows and the other holds her wipe spray, diaper wipe cream, etc.  I had some fabric left over from her diaper cover I made, so I thought I might pretty up her bins with it!

Modpodge is simple enough, you just have to sort of get used to moving the fabric with the glue to get it all smoothed out. You put a coat of Mod Podge on whatever you using, and then put the fabric on top. Then you let it dry and put an additional coat on the fabric to seal it. Here is a good tutorial for more details.

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  1. That came out so cute and is such a great idea!

  2. Smart idea and looks great!

  3. Thanks guys!


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