I’ve been getting a lot of questions about Mod Podge Dimensional Magic, so I thought I would take a blog entry to give you all of the information. Even if you don’t think you need to know about Dimensional Magic, I promise you, you do. It’s just plain wonderful. Like everything Mod Podge.
What is Dimensional Magic? First of all, it’s a waterbased product, which means it’s non-toxic. Secondly, it creates an epoxy-like finish on a project surface. You can see it in the picture above – it’s glassy and three-dimensional, and it adds interest to the surface of your project. Think Envirotex on a much smaller, less-toxic scale. It goes on cloudy but dries completely clear. To see the actual product, go here.
What projects can I use it on? Anything really, but it works very well on jewelry, accessories and cards. Your best bet is to use it to accent small areas. It looks very sharp on bracelets, rings, brooches, belt buckles, necklaces, etc. I also like it on handmade cards. I’m a big fan of Mod Podging stuff down and then using Dimensional Magic on top of my decoupaged surface.
Where can I buy it? This is probably the question I’ve been asked most often. You can get it online at Amazon, and it’s also sold at most craft stores including Jo-Ann, Hobby Lobby, A.C. Moore and Michaels.
I hope this helps. Complete instructions for usage are on the back of the package, and I’m telling you that it’s just about as easy as Mod Podging. I’m off to Dimensional Magic a fake eyeball! Or something. . .
Now that you know what it is, do you want some project ideas for Dimensional Magic? Take a peek:
- Easy Dimensional Magic jewelry
- Dimensional Magic beaded rings
- Dimensional Magic belt buckles
- Mod Podge bangle bracelets
- Boden floral Dimensional Magic pendant
- Dimensional Magic budget wall art