Monday, November 2, 2009

Project finished!!!!!!!!!!

Alright, Megan and I should probably have a blog dedicated to Mod Podge. We true love us some Mod Podge. So fun and fast and cute!
Okay, I will show a tutorial with photos when I work on my Christmas one. I am having a hard time remembering to pull the camera out during the process. So you just get the finished product this time.

All this is is some 2x4's in various sizes. Fab scrapbook papers cut to size. Then vinyl letters . (we heart those too!). Mod Podge papers on, add vinyl letters, Mod Podge on top of papers and lettering. Then when it dries, shade the edges to really make it pop. I don't mean "ink" or "sponge" (although that would work too). You need to shade with one of those angled brushes and some acrylic paint. It really makes a HUGE difference.




So now I have my cute complete hand crafted by me project finished in time for thanksgiving. (Jealous meg?) Meg and I are long lost sisters, so we pretty much craft together on our bluetooth and then send photos, or mostly we reveal our craft to each other on the blog. (which is why we are so complimentary on our comments to each other.) most of the time it is the first time we have seen each others projects. I can't wait till we are next door neighbors...(our husbands know we will make it happen!)


26 comments:

Kammy said...

Super cute ! I love modge podge !
Kammy

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

I love Mod Podge too. It's addicting once you get started! Your Thanksgiving blocks are very cute!

Fresh Poppy Sisters said...

Ooooo super cute! I love love love, that is a great candidate for a project night for us over here :) And we will most definitely be neighbors, we're getting closer...

Ashley said...

So awesome!

Heather said...

Adorables! I just bought a big 'ol jar of Modge Podge and a huge stack of scrapbook paper. I'm gonna be a busy lady, thanks for the inspiration!

Elizabeth said...

These are beautiful! I just bought Christmas scrapbook paper and am going to make some of these myself.Thanks for the inspiration.

Elizabeth said...

These are beautiful! I just bought Christmas scrapbook paper and am going to make some of these myself.Thanks for the inspiration.

grammajill said...

Beautiful project. You pick the perfect papers, too! Love it!

Shelia said...

What a creative idea! I love this and it's so cute! You could make these for each season, couldn't you? Oh, you're making me think. Love Modge Podge!
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Angie said...

LOVE it!! Very cute! Modge Podge is my favorite too!

Anna See said...

this is adorable!

Jen R. said...

Those are very cute!

Abbi said...

I like it! I have just gotten into modge podge but I am excited about all the different things that can be done.

Mod Podge Amy said...

That's hilarious! I'm a Mod Podge lover, hence I DO have a blog devoted to Mod Podge!

Very cute project. Come see me when you have a chance - :D

{ L } said...

Good job! This is so cute and I love how it all turned out.

Lissa said...

Mod podge is my favorite! Only after black spray paint:) It's darling. Can't wait to make me some.

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

This really is too cute. Gotta get my Modge Podge out.

Maria & Michelle said...

Ok, I really love those! Now to get my husband to cut the blocks for me...

Michelle @ FTSN

Gillian Layne said...

I absolutely love what you have done. Please, please post details--I would love to be able to make some, too. :)

2sisters said...

We love Mod Podge too!!! We are 2 sisters who live far apart. We are now followers of you guys. We'd love it if you'd jump on over to our blog and check it out.
acraftyclan.blogspot.com

joyhester said...

Where do you get your vinyl letters?

Lara Harris said...

You are so creative!Love these!:)

Patti said...

I love the different sizes, and how they all fit together so nicely...well thought out...thanks for sharing

Kate Bagley said...

Adorable! Mod Podge is the best! Thanks for sharing!

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

Heather, that is adorable! I too love modge podge! Way cute! Thank you for linking up to Thrifty Thursday this week, and as always thank you for being a friend in Bloggeritaville.
Leigh
Tales from Bloggeritaville
www.lbratina.blogspot.com

Suzanne said...

I love this! Looking forward to your Christmas tute :)
I came across you blog from Sew and Tell Friday`s. Our blog is also two `long lost` sisters sharing in blogland :) We don`t hold much hope of being next door neighbours though...