Mod Podge switchplates.

Mod Podge fabric switchplatesI haven’t posted switchplates in quite awhile, and I get asked about them all the time. Kathy from Pink Chalk Studio posted her fabric switchplates, and she outlines a pretty great process for making them. If you are a beginner looking for a project (AND you want to cute-ify your home) then this is your project. It’s also a great stashbuster for paper or fabric. Check out additional Mod Podged switchplates here.

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  1. Chatty Crone says

    Happy Easter Amy – I follow all Atlanta Bloggers – but I am number little old 4958!

    Anyhow – I hope to meet you in May.

    sandie

  2. Melanie says

    The title of this post caused me to do a double take because I originally read it as “Mod Podge switchBLADES.” I was like WHA?? Glad to see I was mistaken.

  3. The Dean is in... says

    Very cute, something I have never thought about….I can see some coming together for me to sell at market. Thanks for sharing. :)

  4. debcallaway says

    I want to “dress up” my craft storage bins with an idea I found on Pinterst. They used paper, but I would like to use fabric to line the inside front of each bin. Will using fabric mod podge make a big difference? And what will that difference be?
    Thanks,
    Debbie

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