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How do I use Mod Podge Puzzle Saver?
Complete puzzle. Next, place puzzle design side-up on non-cling plastic wrap. Brush a medium coat of Mod Podge Puzzle Saver over the completed puzzle and let dry. Apply a second coat and allow to dry completely.

Once the puzzle has completely dried, flip the sealed puzzle over when completely dry and position it design side down on new piece of non-cling plastic wrap. Apply a medium coat of Puzzle Saver over the back of the puzzle and let dry.
Now sealed, the puzzle can be mounted to a display surface using Mod Podge Puzzle Saver. If desired, apply a couple light applications of Mod Podge Spray Clear Acrylic Sealer to seal puzzle pieces completely and remove any stickiness due to humidity.
  • Note: Mod Podge Puzzle Saver was designed for use on commercially-printed cardboard puzzles only. It is not recommended for use on 3D puzzles, handmade wooden puzzles with transferred images, puzzles customized using personal photos, or special effect puzzles.
Do you have any tips for determining the different colors of floss that come in the Bucilla kits?
The best way is to lay all of the strands out from light to dark. The instructional chart included in your kit will tell you how many yards of each color are in the kit so be sure the check the yardage when determining colors.
How do I make sure that the different colors I am using in the design don’t run together?
Designs should be segmented so each color has a closed section. If using a design of your own or from another source, add lines to your design where needed before leading the design. Segmenting also helps achieve the look of genuine stained glass.
How do I make sure that the different colors I am using in the design don’t run together?
Designs should be segmented so each color has a closed section. If using a design of your own or from another source, add lines to your design where needed before leading the design. Segmenting also helps achieve the look of genuine stained glass.
How are FolkArt® Shinys different from FolkArt® Outdoor?
Both FolkArt® Shinys and FolkArt® Outdoor use the same acrylic polymers. The difference between the two is the finish. FolkArt® Shinys have a glossy finish and FolkArt® Outdoor has a satin finish.
Can Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint colors be mixed to create new colors or different values of the same color?
Yes, Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paints mix easily to create any color you desire. Begin by mixing a small amount of the darker color into the lighter color first. Continue adding the darker color a little at a time until the desired color or value is achieved.
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint can also be added to the Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Clear wax to create a custom colored wax, just add a little paint at a time until desired color is achieved. (Note: While you can use the Martha Stewart Multi-Surface paint to accent your Vintage Decor painted piece, we do not recommend mixing it with the Vintage Decor paint to create custom colors, as the satin finish of the Multi-Surface paint will alter the distressing properties of the Vintage Decor paint.)
Can Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint colors be mixed to create new colors or different values of the same color?
Yes, Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paints mix easily to create any color you desire. Begin by mixing a small amount of the darker color into the lighter color first. Continue adding the darker color a little at a time until the desired color or value is achieved.
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint can also be added to the Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Clear wax to create a custom colored wax, just add a little paint at a time until desired color is achieved. (Note: While you can use the Martha Stewart Multi-Surface paint to accent your Vintage Decor painted piece, we do not recommend mixing it with the Vintage Decor paint to create custom colors, as the satin finish of the Multi-Surface paint will alter the distressing properties of the Vintage Decor paint.)
How do I create a photo transfer?
Both Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Photo Transfer Mediums can be applied using one of these two techniques. The Decal Method is easier when including text and better suited for 3D surfaces, whereas the Direct Transfer Method is permanent and better for flat surfaces.

Decal Method: To create a photo transfer decal, place a photo copy of your favorite photo on a sheet of waxed paper photo side up. Apply a generous amount of Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Photo Transfer Medium to the front of the photo copy as smoothly as you can and allow to dry for 24 hours. Flip the photo transfer over and begin the process of removing the layers of paper by moistening the back and lightly rubbing over the backside of the photo copy with a small sponge. Continue removing paper until you no longer see white paper fibers. Allow to dry. When dry, if necessary, repeat last step if white paper fibers are still visible.

Direct Transfer Method: To create a photo transfer directly onto your project surface, place a photo copy of your favorite photo on a sheet of waxed paper photo side up. Apply a generous amount of Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Photo Transfer Medium to the front of the photo copy as smoothly as you can. Carefully flip the treated photo copy over so that the medium is now downwards. Position the prepared photo copy on your project surface where desired. Press lightly and smooth in place. Place project on a flat surface and allow to set for 24 hours. You are now ready to begin the process of removing the layers of paper by moistening the back with water and lightly rubbing over the backside of the photo copy with a small sponge. Continue removing paper until you no longer see white paper fibers. Allow to dry. When dry, if necessary, repeat last step if white paper fibers are still visible.

How do I create a photo transfer?
Both Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Photo Transfer Mediums can be applied using one of these two techniques. The Decal Method is easier when including text and better suited for 3D surfaces, whereas the Direct Transfer Method is permanent and better for flat surfaces.

Decal Method: To create a photo transfer decal, place a photo copy of your favorite photo on a sheet of waxed paper photo side up. Apply a generous amount of Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Photo Transfer Medium to the front of the photo copy as smoothly as you can and allow to dry for 24 hours. Flip the photo transfer over and begin the process of removing the layers of paper by moistening the back and lightly rubbing over the backside of the photo copy with a small sponge. Continue removing paper until you no longer see white paper fibers. Allow to dry. When dry, if necessary, repeat last step if white paper fibers are still visible.

Direct Transfer Method: To create a photo transfer directly onto your project surface, place a photo copy of your favorite photo on a sheet of waxed paper photo side up. Apply a generous amount of Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Photo Transfer Medium to the front of the photo copy as smoothly as you can. Carefully flip the treated photo copy over so that the medium is now downwards. Position the prepared photo copy on your project surface where desired. Press lightly and smooth in place. Place project on a flat surface and allow to set for 24 hours. You are now ready to begin the process of removing the layers of paper by moistening the back with water and lightly rubbing over the backside of the photo copy with a small sponge. Continue removing paper until you no longer see white paper fibers. Allow to dry. When dry, if necessary, repeat last step if white paper fibers are still visible.

Is FolkArt® paint acid free?
Yes.
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