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Find the perfect pattern for your fall theme this year! With Mod Podge, you can adhere any style or pattern to your tabletop decor.
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At a Glance:
Base coat your pumpkin in your choice of acrylic paint color. Allow it to dry. (We recommend any of our FolkArt Acrylic paints!)
Remove the ply from the back of the patterned napkins that you will be using.
Cut the napkins into multiple, medium sized strips.
Apply a coat of Mod Podge all over the pumpkin.
Add the strips of patterned napkins onto the pumpkin one by until it is fully covered.
Gently use your fingers to smooth out any napkin wrinkles or air bubbles.
Cut off any excess paper that is hanging off the pumpkin.
Allow the pumpkin to dry for up to one hour.
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Learn more about Mod Podge Clear Image Transfer Medium by reading the FAQ.
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