How do I make homemade modge podge
Hi Nancy, hope this video helps you make modge podge.
That's it those the ingredients the homemade Mod Podge take your one full cup of PVA. And put it inMore
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Here's another recipe:
Make Your Own Mod Podge (MUCH Cheaper) For Decor and Craft Projects | Hometalk
You might want to read this before you try it: https://modpodgerocksblog.com/you-shouldnt-make-mod-podge/
here is another recipe for you
Hello. That’s a good question and may depend on your crafting need need.
White glue like Elmers could be used for decoupage needs but it is not as good as a sealer as my ModPodge. Modpodge has a varnish and other additives in it to make it more structurally sound and long lasting.
I have Christmas ornaments with photographs decoupaged on wood and they have lasted decades. Whereas Elmers glue might not produce the same results.
Consider your crafting purpose might decide they need to use homemade vs white glue.
You can get small $1 bottles of Modpodge at the dollar tree or use a discount coupon to get it at the craft stores.
I am using Modpodge right now to make my holiday crafts. I find it to be a superior valuable product.
I use the diluted Elmer's Glue for projects that are not meant to last. For longer lasting projects, go with commercial Mod Podge, it contains sealers and varnishes that you do not get with a craft glue. It is worth the money and is available at dollar stores as well as craft stores like MIchaels.
Here is a "recipe":
Tacky glue & water
Hi Nancy: Here are some sites that should help:
Here are some tips:
This site has a lot of ideas. It says it's about what not to use mod podge on, but many are ideas of how to use it:
Just click on the one you want to look at and it will come up in the middle of your screen. The first time, you will see the Youtube Privacy warning, then you have to click "watch" and you will get instructions on how to do it. If you want to look at others, the video will play automatically. You have to wade through stuff you probably don't care about, but there are some gems in there :) Good luck
check this out: https://www.hometalk.com/3635368/make-your-own-mod-podge-much-cheaper-for-decor-and-craft-projects
DIY Mod Podge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-VEHcV7URA
Hi! One method is to dilute white glue (like Elmer's). Just enough to make it thin enough to apply smoothly. Good luck!
Here are some ideas: https://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=modge%20podge
Elmers white glue works.
I agree with poster above who said that Mod Podge is superior. I've tried Elmers, I've tried homemade and after a while they degrade. Mod Podge seals well and protects my work for years. You can get it at the Dollar Tree now, too.
You can use watered down white glue. Not too watery.