Mod Podge on Glass and Metal - Experimenting

4 Materials
$8
30 Minutes
Easy

Sometimes you just have to try it right?

I wanted to try reusing more of the materials we have at home. We buy so much grocery that comes in perfect glass containers and yet we throw it away.♻️

Last month I created a long riser and added yogurt cups for the tea light holders but they were missing something, they lacked color, so I add fabric to them and I love it. Loved so much that I recycled an old IKEA planter as well. Let me show you how easy this was.

Material for tea light holder

* Yogurt cups or any small cup you have.

* piece of fabric

* mod podge

* tea candle lights

Material for mod podge plant holder

This ikea plant holder was forgotten in my storage.

a little TLC and it’s fresh and ready to re-used. You can use as a hairbrush holder too or garden tool

holder.

Mod podge glass candle holder & flour pot

Hope you enjoy this video.


this was fun to make.


Remember to enjoy the process of any Craft you make. Learn each time you try and keep trying.

muse what you have at home.


mod podge

glass containers

flower pot

fabric

Flower pot reveal

Omg how cute is this.

simple way to bRing new life something that was forgotten in the basement.

mod podge can be applied even to a show box. You can use fabric to cover or even a nice napkin with a cool pattern. Don’t go shopping at the stores. Look inside your pantry you will find plenty of glass to cover.

The light candle holders

This is the cutest. I will

be doing much more of these babies. How cute would this be on a dinner table outside on a nice summer night ?

I will play with patterns since I have so many cups and pieces of fabric. Oh and already went through 2 candles each and i see no damage at all.

Suggested materials:

  • Glass cups   (Check your own pantry and fridge)
  • Fabric   (Old pillow case or squares at joann)
  • Mod podge   (Joann)
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  • Marlene AndWes Norris Marlene AndWes Norris on Jul 21, 2020

    Would adding citronella was and wick to the container be a problem? If using for outdoors we could also manage the mosquito problem

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