Are you familiar with Mod Podge? It’s a glue and sealant all in one. It’s great for making decoupage crafts and helps you transform something plain into something with pizzazz. We’ve rounded up these craft projects made with Mod Podge and we just know you’re going to find something amazing here you love.
Jewelry, home decor, and so much more. There’s just so much you can do with this versatile craft product. We always keep it stocked in our craft room!
Craft Projects Made with Mod Podge
Since Mod Podge is water-based and non-toxic, it’s safe for using with children too!
DIY MOD PODGE TERRA COTTA POTS From On Sutton Place
Turn plain pots into something special. Will you display flowers or create an herb garden?
UPCYCLED WOOD CRATE DECOUPAGE From Girl In The Garage
Turn an old rustic wood crate into beautiful and useful storage or home decor.
DIY MOD PODGE PAPER RING From Crafts Unleashed
What an interesting mod podge craft idea this is, don’t you think? An old newspaper or magazine turned into a paper ring? Cool!
MOD PODGE CANVAS From A Little Craft In Your Day
It’s so easy to create a beautiful decorative canvas with a variety of papers and some Mod Podge. Think of how creative you could get with this idea.
DIY NAPKIN WEIGHT Frim The Centsible Life
This is such a clever idea and yet so easy to make. Get the kids to help gather some rocks from the backyard. They’ll love making these paper/napkin weights. You could also use these as friendship rocks to leave around the neighborhood for people to find. If you’re putting them outside, be sure to use the outdoor formulation of Mod Podge.
MOD PODGE AND GIFT WRAP LAMP From Mom Spark
When redecorating, I know sometimes we wanted to just go shopping for things that would go well with the new interior. But I also know it isn’t easy and quite expensive. So, why not freshen up what you already have? It’s a lot cheaper and just as beautiful.
DIY CHRISTMAS NAPKIN DECOUPAGE CANDLES From Crafty Morning
Another great and fun decoupage project to make. These make excellent teacher, neighbor, and hostess gifts too.
DIY NOTEPADS From Once Upon Her Dream
Give your office supplies a makeover. If you have to work, you might as well make it pretty!
DIY DECORATED MAGAZINE HOLDER From Gathering Beauty
Are your magazines starting to take over? Organize them and keep them safe in these beautiful magazine holders.
DIY MAGNETS From Mod Podge Rocks
We love these DIY magnets! It’s so easy to customize them to your preferences or a certain theme. This is another great teacher gift!
DECOUPAGE MILK BOTTLES From Eighteen 25
Take some plain milk bottles (you can find them at your local dollar store sometimes!) and turn them into beautiful vases with a little Mod Podge.
DIY MOD PODGE HANGERS From Live Love DIY
Who says your closet needs to be boring? Maybe with pretty hangers like these, we’ll feel more like putting our clothes away (instead of letting them live on the chair).
MOD PODGE NAPKIN MUG From Doodle Craft
What a great gift idea! Fill them with teabags or packets of hot cocoa mix. Be sure to use the dishwasher formulation of Mod Podge so the recipient can care for them easily!
DIY MOD PODGE LETTER From Re-Fabbed
We love this idea for the kids’ rooms – or use your last name and hang it up in the living room. If you use the outdoor Mod Podge, this could be a great decor item to hang on your front door.
MINI MOD PODGE FABRIC PUMPKINS From Create Craft Love
Save this idea for fall. A cluster of these pumpkins would look adorable on your mantel!
DIY MOD PODGE LEAVES From Laura Radniecki
Speaking of fall, this is a great way to preserve the prettiest leaves you find!
DIY TISSUE PAPER COVERED POTS From Tell Love And Party
Another idea for covering plant pots – or use them for makeup brushes, paintbrushes, or pens and pencils.
MOD PODGE CLIPBOARD From Home Stories A To Z
Clipboards are SO handy. Why not make them pretty too? The possibilities are endless with Mod Podge.
WOOD STACKING TRAYS From Doodle Craft
Simple plain trays are given an upgrade with some pretty paper and Mod Podge. Just think of all the things you can customize.
DIY FABRIC LEAF BOWL From Vicky Barone
Grab some fabric leaves from the dollar store and create some seasonal bowls. Use them to hold pine cones, wrapped candies, or other small items.
Did you know Mod Podge was so versatile? Start planning which of these projects you’d like to make – and use this list as inspiration for your own crafts made with Mod Podge.