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Have you tried putting it in the oven on the lowest setting? Kind of like when you dry fruit.
Hi Sara, Carefully give it a couple of coats of mod podge to hold it together. Put it in a warm area and let dry for 2-7 days.
If it's dry just use some water based polyurethane on it. About three coats should do it. If it's still damp put it on a baking pan, stick it in a cold oven. Set the oven to 300 degrees and leave in there for about 1/2 an hour. Turn the oven off, leave it in the oven and let it cool down. Then you can seal it with poly.
Dry it out on a slow oven, 250 degrees and then polyurethane it to protect it from any water coming it's way in the future.