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Mod Podge ® Mod Melts & Mod Molds
Use Mod Melts and Mod Molds to create custom embellishments for craft projects.
Mod Podge ® Design Elements
Created just for Mod Podge, stencils, shapes and papers coordinate for endless creative...
Mod Podge ® Collage Clay & Drizzle Paint
Mod Podge ® Collage Clay is a lightweight whipped clay available in 2 colors, Pink & White....

Mod Podge Design Elements

Created just for Mod Podge, new shapes and papers coordinate for endless creative possibilities. Developed by Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza, Mod Podge design elements all work together, taking projects to the professional level. Add Mod Molds embellishments or Collage Clay to create something altogether new. 
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New Mod Podge Mod Melts and Molds
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How To Use Mod Podge Collage Clay with Cathie & Steve
Join Cathie & Steve as they give you tips for using Mod Podge Collage Clay from...
How To Stain Wood with Mod Podge Sheer Colors
Learn how to use new Mod Podge Sheer Colors as a Wood Stain and how to embellish a...
How To Tint Glass with Mod Podge Sheer Colors
Learn how to paint with a brush technique Mod Podge Sheer Colors to tint the outside...
Popular FAQs
Some papers such as gift wrap and magazine cutouts will warp and bubble after applying Mod Podge. To minimize the warping, spray the front and back of these papers with an acrylic sealer such as Mod Podge Acrylic Sealer, and let dry. Be sure to test the sealer first on the paper you want to use before continuing with the project. Apply Mod Podge to the back of the paper or to the project surface and press the paper firmly to the surface, let dry completely. more...
For an ultra smooth surface, apply 4 to 5 coats of Mod Podge Hard Coat. When applying the coats, brush in one direction then the other and let dry between coats. Wet sand with #400 sandpaper and water. Sand finish lightly until ridges are flat and smooth. Wipe dry. If desired add an additional coat of Hard Coat Mod Podge.
Hard Coat Mod Podge dries clear with a non-tacky surface. If using Gloss, Matte or Satin Mod Podge apply a clear acrylic sealer to the surface after it has cured 4 weeks.
  1. Cut the design out of the Napkin and separate the layers.; you want to use only the top layer of the Napkin.

  2. Using the Glue Brush, apply a coat of Mod Podge® Gloss, Matte or Sparkle Finish to the surface area where the Napkin will be applied. Let dry slightly – until it’s slightly sticky – then place the Napkin on the surface and press it down gently with your fingertips. The Napkin should not become wet. (If it does, you applied too much Mod Podge; apply a lighter coat next time.) Let dry.

  3. To finish, apply a second coat of Mod Podge® and apply it beginning in the middle and gently brushing out to the edges.

  4. Alternately, you may apply Mod Podge® to the area and let it dry completely (to speed up drying, you may use a hairdryer set on low). Then place the Napkin onto the surface in the desired position. Cover the Napkin with a piece of parchment paper and iron (on the cotton setting) to adhere the Napkin to the surface. Allow the parchment paper to cool and then remove. The Mod Podge® will melt and adhere the image to the surface. The advantage of this technique is that you can move the image until you iron it down. Also, the Napkin will not tear or show bubbles, and it will be completely flat like the surface it is on. Again, finish with a coat of Mod Podge® on top.
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