Book skeletons, vintage shimmer pumpkin and Halloween thrift store makeovers

Could it really be that Halloween is tomorrow? Perhaps it’s time to bust out some dog costumes. You’ll find out on the big day what the Mod Podge dogs have chosen to be this year.

bothskullsKeighley from The Bella Life wasn’t so sure about Mod Podge at first. Not only is she sure about it now, but she’s great at it! These dollar store skulls became creepy cool with some old book pages. Don’t you agree that Latin words are spooky? Her tutorial is no longer there, so use the image for inspiration.

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It never surprises me when Jenny from Craft Test Dummies does something fantastic with Mod Podge. She has a natural knack for decoupage and making things cute. A regular white craft store pumpkin turned fabulous when Jenny added some clip art and various formulas of Mod Podge – it even won her a finishing spot in Plaid’s Trick Your Pumpkin contest! Here’s the full tutorial right here.

glittered Podged spider bowlGlitter and Halloween are like peas and carrots. Suzonne from Urban Comfort combines the two with some thrift store finds, and I love the results. She revamped several other pieces with some graphics from The Graphics Fairy, and you’ll need to just see them all for yourself here.

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