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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

ETCETERAS: Mod Podge Stencils

Mod Podge Stencils via homework | carolynshomework.com

Raise your hand if you love Mod Podge. I know, I love it too. Now Mod Podge has some great new products that make crafting with Mod Podge even more fun.



Mod Podge Stencils via homework | carolynshomework.comMod Podge has a line of stencils. Created by the wonderful Amy of Mod Podge Rocks, these stencils are designed to work with Mod Podge so you can glitter and embellish all sorts of things.

Mod Podge Stencils via homework | carolynshomework.comThe stencils have an adhesive back and stick to a variety of surfaces.


Mod Podge Stencils via homework | carolynshomework.comJust peel the stencil from the plastic backing and stick to your surface. Use a pouncer to dab on the Mod Podge and then sprinkle with glitter.

Mod Podge Stencils via homework | carolynshomework.comI used some small ceramic pots from the dollar store for this project and the stencil stuck very nicely. I added a few succulents and I have some pretty new planters.

Mod-Podge-Rocks-stencils-choicesThe stencil that I chose is called Tangier but the stencils come in six trendy patterns. They’re currently available exclusively at Michaels. Think of all the glitter fun you can have.

Mod Podge Stencils via homework | carolynshomework.comIf you’re not into glitter, try sprinkling with sand or another fine substance to get some really interesting effects. I’m thinking beachy coastal projects with Pool Blue paint and some white glitter or sand. I can hardly wait for summer!

Mod Podge StencilsLooking for more inspiration? Check out what some of my friends have been making with the new Mod Podge Stencils. Here Comes the Sun – Key Stencil Print  |  Plaid (the makers of Mod Podge) – Clear Organizing Dish  |  The Country Chic Cottage – Faux Grain Vase  |  Sand and Sisal – Faux Bois Candles. Aren’t thse projects fantastic?

Check out Mod Podge Rocks for more project inspiration or you can visit the Plaid website for tutorials, product information and more.

Mod Podge Stencils via homework | carolynshomework.com
Thanks for visiting my little corner of the creative world.

I received complimentary products for the purposes of this review. However, all opinions are 100% mine.
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22 comments:

  1. I am always amazed to see how you turn $1 store items into such beauties!

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  2. Those are GORgeous, Carolyn! Love, love, love.

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  3. These are so beautiful! I'm such a sucker for succulents and then you add glitter and I'm sold! Please stop by and share at our link it or lump it party!

    http://www.delineateyourdwelling.com/2014/02/link-it-or-lump-it-party-number-twenty.html

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  4. These turned out so pretty, I'll have to check out the mod podge stencils! I would love it if you linked up to The Makers link party going on right now on my blog, http://upcycledtreasures.com/2014/02/the-makers-link-party-5/

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  5. Oh.
    Glitter.

    I'm sorry... was there something else? hehe
    Super cute Carolyn!!

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  6. I love these! They really make for nice succulent containers and the glitter just sets it off!

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  7. Love how these look, Carolyn! Sooo chic!

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  8. Oooh - I love the bold glitters on the white pots! You did great, thank you! xoxox

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  9. They look so good. What a cute idea.

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  10. Carolyn! Are you serious??!! These are freaking so cute. I'm obsessed!

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  11. These are too cute!
    P.S. I found you on www.tatertosandjello.com link party.

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  12. You guys make me feel so good. Thank you for all your kinds words about my project.

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  13. What a wonderful idea! They turned out great :) I definitely plan on doing this in the near future!

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  14. These really turned out great….would love to invite you to come share at One More Time Events.com http://www.onemoretimeevents.com/2014/02/natural-jute-twine-designed-lamp-shade.html

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  15. Such a great idea! They turned out beautiful.

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  16. I love the detail on this and how much more expensive it looks. Hello from Monday Funday!

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  17. Carolyn, I love these - especially the fact that they are mod podge and glitter. I will have to check these out at Michael's they look like too much fun to pass up.. Thanks for sharing... Cathy

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  18. Hi… Stopping by to thank you for sharing at One More Time Events and to let you know you have been featured today. Tammy

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