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Mod Podge

Mod Podge

The American brand Mod Podge has been a household name for crafters all over the world for years. When Plaid launched its first creative products in 1976, Mod Podge quickly became a favourite. The glue, sealer and varnish in one has been their most popular brand ever since. The many possibilities for decoupage are what makes Mod Podge so popular with crafters. You can use it on every imaginable surface: decorate ceramic or plastic flower pots, transfer photos onto wood, give glasswork a splash of colour, cover cardboard letters, pimp your shoes and personalise furniture. In addition to the versatile formulas, decoupage tools and accessories are also part of the range. Let your creativity come to life with the limitless possibilities of Mod Podge!

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Mod Podge: all-in-one product

Nowadays Mod Podge is part of almost every decoupage project. After all, you can use it to glue, seal and finish. This makes it an ideal all-in-one product for all kinds of DIY projects. You can use Mod Podge on almost anything you can think of. Give your furniture or home decor a new look, decorate glass vases or jars, glue paper to wood and transfer images from magazines or beautiful napkins to other surfaces such as wood, canvas or fabrics. Do you want to use Mod Podge as a sealer? Then apply several thin layers and wait an hour before applying the next layer. Choosing the finish is a matter of personal preference. Do you want a matte or glossy finish or maybe opt for glitter? It's all possible with Mod Podge.

Using Mod Podge

Mod Podge can be used on almost every surface. Think of wood, glass, paper, paper mache, foam, Polystyrene, (some) plastics, fabrics, canvas, ceramics, metal and much more. In terms of materials, the possibilities are endless! For example, go for special decoupage paper, scrapbook paper, napkins, photos or fabric. If you’re in doubt whether a certain surface is suitable for your decoupage project, you can first do a test by applying some Mod Podge to a small area. You can also do this when you are not sure which finish suits your project.

Mod Podge is easy to apply with a brush. Handy tools for your decoupage project are: one or more (foam) brushes in various sizes, a broad brush for large areas and a brayer (smoothing tool, also known as an ink roller) that you can use to thoroughly press everything to remove air bubbles and unevenness.

Mod Podge formulas

In addition to the classics (Mod Podge Matte, Mod Podge Gloss and Mod Podge Satin) the popular craft brand has also developed several special formulas. You can use each type to glue your project, provide it with a protective layer and finish it off with a beautiful topcoat. Which formula is right for your project depends on what you are making and where you want to put it. Are you planning to transfer photos to wood? Then choose Mod Podge Photo Transfer. Are you going to decorate a mug that you want to be able to wash in the dishwasher? In that case, Mod Podge Dishwasher Safe is the best choice. And if you're going to work with fabrics that you want to be able to wash, Mod Podge Fabric is the right formula. So there's a suitable finish for every decoupage project.

Buying Mod Podge

If you want to buy Mod Podge but aren't sure exactly which one to buy, let us inspire you with our extensive range of Mod Podge products. Read more about:

  • Mod Podge Mat
  • Mod Podge Gloss
  • Mod Podge Photo Transfer
  • Mod Podge Outdoor
  • Mod Podge Dishwasher Safe
  • Mod Podge Dimensional Magic

Read our blog 'What is Mod Podge? Ideas, Tips & Applications' for a complete overview of all Mod Podge formulas, possible applications, tips and ideas for your project!