Elmers Glue vs Mod Podge

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If you were going to put some photos on a plastic clear ornaments, would you use Elmers or Mod Podge. I never used Mod Podge. Do they act pretty much the same way? Thanks for your answer.
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  • Charlie Tam Charlie Tam on Dec 20, 2015
    Mod Podge is watered down glue. If you have Mod Podge, use that for the ornament as it's thinner than glue and easier to brush on. If you don't have Mod Podge, just add water to the glue until it resembles the thickness of Mod Podge.

    • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 20, 2015
      Honestly use what you feel more comfortable with.If you have never used the product it is very thick in consistency. There are several posts on the use of mod podge if you want to do further research.

  • Karen Kirby Karen Kirby on Dec 20, 2015
    I only uses Mod Podge. I have been putting lace on mason jars for Christmas and that work better than any kinds of glue.

  • Debbie Debbie on Dec 20, 2015
    I agree that if you have Mod Podge use that. If not, thin down the white glue a bit and it will still be fine. Have fun!

  • Jan Whittet Jan Whittet on Dec 20, 2015
    I have exclusively used Mod Podge until this winter when I read using white glue and water 1:1 ratio and it worked well. I do not know if it will hold up as long.

  • Arlie W Arlie W on Dec 20, 2015
    Thanks. Your reply with a posting I see below, this helps. Thanks.

  • Arlie W Arlie W on Dec 20, 2015
    Just reading a remark and a posting about 1:1 or 2:1 to make DIY Mod Podge tells me what I need to know. Never used Mod Podge.