Create your basic image (don’t worry about the little details as they get added later) by drawing on the cardboard. Next, use the glue stick to go over the parts of the piece that don’t have the dried glue. Put a piece of toilet paper, or a thin, soft cloth, over your fingertip and carefully (don’t rip the foil!) go over both the raised, and flat, parts of the image.
Wipe off the polish, taking care to let the very dark parts of the polish, right up against the edges of the raised parts stay.
If you have a tacky project surface, spray it with clear acrylic sealer (several coats) and it will go away.  Then watch all three videos.
1) The Outdoor formula has been extensively tested and is very durable in outdoor conditions. It feels dry within an hour, but I wouldn’t hang up a project or use it until it’s been dry for 24 hours.
This is a very hard question for me to answer, because it really depends on the application. What Mod Podge is best to use for an area of my home that will be exposed to moisture (bathroom, kitchen backsplash)? You can use the Outdoor formula, but you’ll need a sealer to go over it because this particular formula can remain tacky. None of the Mod Podge formulas are food safe, so they are not recommended to be in a toddler’s mouth.
If you are using Mod Podge on fabric-to-fabric (for instance, gluing a patch to a shirt) then yes, you should use the Fabric formula because it is washable. You can’t submerge an item that’s been Podged with Outdoor for an extended period of time, so it’s not technically “waterproof.” But it’s really, really close. This is the #1 question I get – and it’s such an important question that I made this video. PS – sometimes you’ll see wrinkles even if you follow my process, but many times they go away when the project is drying. The Gloss formula is more likely to be tacky – the rule I’ve found is that the more glossy the formula, the more “tacky potential” it has. Canvas – Wipe primed canvas clean; if unprimed, apply 2 coats of gesso primer or acrylic paint.
Tin – Wash with soap and water, then wipe with a white vinegar dampened cloth if it’s really dirty.
I don’t use original photographs; rather, I make photocopies on a laserjet printer so that I can preserve the originals. If you want to go ahead and use photos, just make sure to use a lot of Mod Podge, because it takes more than normal.
So far the only items I haven’t been able to Mod Podge smoothly are tissue paper and napkins – but I have seen people decoupage these smoothly, so I know it can be done. I always trim my paper or fabric to fit my surface exactly so that I don’t have to mess with overlap. You don’t HAVE to use a sealer after Mod Podge (it’s self-sealing), but I always do, just for extra protection. Most spray sealers have VOCs, which are fine if you aren’t spraying them into your mouth or nose.
You can try soaking it in hot water to see if you can salvage it, but you’ll likely have to throw it away.
What if I finished my project and sprayed with a sealer – only to realize I forgot to add something – can I decoupage on top of the sealed surface? If it’s completely dry, the answer is “sort of.” You are going to have to wet the Podge and scrape it off.
If you layer papers, then you will definitely be able to feel where they cross over, just because papers have thickness.
When I MP my small pieces, it always sticks to my fingers and ends up being messy, booger-ish blobs that sometimes stick to my work.
When cord is an inch or so longer than the final size you want, bind off each end like below.A  Before removing braid from loom, bind with thread like in the first step.
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When it comes to choosing a kitchen backsplash, some people simply want an eye-catching cover up, like a fancy bandage or a bit of lipstick. To create a sharp contrast against her modern white-lacquer cabinetry and Calcutta countertops, design blogger Nicole Cohen chose miniature stainless steel tiles for her kitchen backsplash. To add some visual eye candy to her brand-new kitchen, HGTV fan cc_insidearch used gold glassed-curved tile to create a basket weave-patterned backsplash in the cut-out of her back wall cabinet unit. To prevent this Mediterranean kitchen from feeling ancient Old World, designer Sarah Barnard used a modern backsplash technique, embossed concrete, to add a contemporary edge.
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Step 3: Apply a light coat of mascara to the lashes, I like to apply mascara before false lashes as it means there is less chance of them being dragged out. Step 6: Apply some clear eyelash glue (I prefer clear as opposed to coloured because it is easier to clean up any mistakes) you can either apply it with the tip of the tube or an old makeup brush.
Step 7: Using either tweezers or a stainless steel lash applicator tilt your chin up, look down into your mirror and gently place the lashes on your natural lash line and position as needed.
Step 8: Now take either your trusty lash applicator (or an eyelash curler) and squeeze, this will bond your natural lashes with the fake lashes making them look more natural.
Step 9: Apply a thin line of liquid eyeliner over the band of your false lashes to make them blend with your natural ones.
If you find false lashes difficult to apply cut them in half, before applying the liquid liner and lash glue, this way you will have more control.
To remove your false lashes gently massage a cream or oil cleanser on your eyelids and lashes and let it sit for a minute. Make sure to follow Makeup Tips through Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Newsletter to keep up with latest product loves, hauls and tips! The Elite Series sliding shower door is ideal for those upscale bathrooms with a full-size shower but limited space. From its glass panels with polished edges to the clamp-on towel bar and finger pull the Crystal series offers the best value for your enclosure. It’s pretty close to waterproof, but you can’t throw an item with Outdoor on it into the pool and keep it there for three weeks without ruining the project.
It’s non-toxic, but becoming food safe requires a product to go through FDA approvals – not typical for art supplies. I’ve had more than a few readers e-mail me with a ruined project, very disappointed after having used a homemade formula.
But if you have to get one formula, I would get original Gloss if you want a shiny finish or original Matte if you want a flat finish (no shine). So I always use it for projects that need to be durable – like clothing, accessories and furniture.  If you are just Mod Podging fabric to letters and hanging them on the wall, you don’t need to use the Fabric formula.
The Fabric formula is a bit thicker than the Original formula, but used exactly the same way.
The key is using enough Mod Podge during application, and allowing the Mod Podge to dry long enough between layers. You’ll need to test the surface though as Mod Podge doesn’t stick to all plastics (see the next question).
It feels really rough when it’s Mod Podged, plus it soaks in and you have to glop a lot on. The other reason I don’t use original photos is that they have some thickness to them as well as a coating – both things make them a little bit more difficult to Mod Podge.
You’ll have to hold the photos in place for several minutes after you apply the Podge, so that they don’t come up. I always user laserjet printouts, even if I have to go to an office supply store to get it done. If the project is going to go through some serious weather conditions, you should also purchase an outdoor sealer for added protection. It’s can be very difficult to trim edges of paper or fabric after a surface has been Mod Podged.
You will definitely melt your project or the Podge if you get too close or use too hot of a setting. I’ve also heard that Minwax Polycrylic is amazing for sealing and making Mod Podged items waterproof.
Regular brush cleaner or non-abrasive soap works very well for cleaning brushes.  You don’t need to use a new one each time as long as you wash the brushes out thoroughly before anything dries.
Wax paper also works, I just like Press N’ Seal because it’s easier to press around edges and round surfaces. It was hard to cut the paper, and then it didn’t fit right within the recessed area, so it was doomed from the beginning. How do I keep it smooth or should I just expect to feel the edges of each paper every time I touch the desktop?
If you don’t want layers, you can do a patchwork effect on the top of the desk, kinda like this.
After I do a project and want to add some additional color can I paint on top of the MP or will it ruin it?
You have an amazing talent for making bracelets, and I always look forward to see what you’re going to make next. Consider self-adhesive tiles that have the look of light blue glass in a light-colored, bright kitchen design. With their peel-and-stick nature, self-adhesive backsplash tiles are perhaps the easiest way to get a beautiful kitchen backsplash without a lot of work.

The metal tiles add an industrial edge and luminescent backdrop to the crisp white surroundings. Designer Linda Woodrum created this kitchen's focal point by combining reclaimed stained-glass tiles in gray, white and yellow to create a stunning, detailed backsplash against the entire back wall.
With bright backlighting and a reflective granite countertop, the glass tiles' iridescent finish appears especially sleek and shiny. A wide range of imprinting tools and embossing skins can be used to stain, stamp or add texture to concrete, creating a variety of classic appearances. Designer Linda Woodrum wanted to ensure that the backsplash was the star of the kitchen by keeping the cabinetry low and by using soft, subtle neutrals in the surrounding decor.
The veins in the marble prevent the kitchen's all-white elements from appearing washed out. Four open shelves allow the backsplash more function by providing visible storage space, while adding a decorative quality with eclectic dishware and accessories. Then massage warm water on top and gently slide off your lashes using your thumb and index finger. The framed doors come in a variety of metal finishes and glass patterns to compliment your bathroom decor.
I suggest printing this post and settling into a bubble bath – it’s lovely reading! Since Hard Coat is typically used on furniture, wait for 72 hours before putting anything on the furniture.
You should use decoupage on the back of a glass plate, and then you can put edible items on top.
I would also recommend doing an online search if you can’t find it at your local store – there are plenty of online retailers.
Applying the Mod Podge not only prevents fraying, but also makes the fabric more flexible and easier to adhere to the surface smoothly.
If you find that your Mod Podged item is still tacky even after drying, just use a clear acrylic spray or brush-on sealer on top. If it’s clear in some areas before you apply paper, it means the Mod Podge has already dried and the surface needs more. In terms of Mod Podging edges, just add more Podge around the edges and wipe away with a brush. The brayer just glides across the paper or fabric, so you can get everything flat before it dries. For instance, you can remove it from a tabletop, but I would mist it with water and then let the water soak in. You will have to seal the paint with more Mod Podge over the top though so it doesn’t come off.
Stainless steel backsplashes are eco-friendly, easy to keep clean and look especially gorgeous in contemporary settings like this. The colorful glass tiles complement the dark wood cabinetry and the kitchen's overall urban edge, while also integrating a bold dose of color to match the golden-yellow work island. This particular patterned backsplash suits the rich wood cabinetry surrounding it, and it also blends well with the other hues and materials within the room. Inlaid in recycled aluminum, the sleek glass tiles coordinate well with the contemporary stainless steel furnishings, while also lending a colorful and artistic element to the space. Considered a "living surface," marble can easily chip, crack and will acquire a patina over time, so proper care is essential to keep it looking beautiful. Finish off by taking a good eye makeup remover (I like Bioderma) to remove all excess; if you have any glue stuck in your lashes gently run a cotton tip soaked in eye makeup remover on your lash line. You can put Mod Podge on the top of a plate, but you’ll need to put a clear glass plate over that before putting your food down.
Also, if you are driving 50 miles to get some, you’ll want to make sure it’s in stock before you blow the gas money. Though Mod Podge is self-sealing, the sealer gives your project an added layer of protection. You are better off applying too much than not enough, because you can always wipe away excess. A foam brush can also be used, but I find that my soft bristled brush minimizes brush strokes. It sounds like a lot of steps, but it’s not that difficult – you just have to make sure it all dries. Then I would scrape the paper (or whatever it is) off of the surface and try the water again if I didn’t get it all.

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