Book page tabletop.

Mod Podge book page tabletop

This is a great way to revamp a table that you aren’t sure what to do with – add book pages and Mod Podge. What do you think? I love the look. It adds a good bit of interest to an otherwise plain table – and that little Will patch in the corner is perfect! Visit Catherine to learn more.

Table at Stone and Rose

Comments

  1. says

    Wow, fab idea! Love the pic of Shakespeare in the corner. BTW, how many coats of Mod Podge on top to thoroughly protect table? Or would you have to use a waterproof finish, acrylic? Thinking if you had tea here & had a spill.

    I would probably use magazine images with a theme. Might not do a table but decorate smaller piece like a tray or maybe a big charger plate & put a vase of dried flowers on top. Travel, food, fashion, animals, toy images, whatever theme you love.

    Thank you for the inspiration!

  2. Tonya says

    I’d like to add something like this to my son’s desk. The top of it is so scratched and messed up.

  3. says

    I just did a small-ish wall with book pages in my sewing room last month. Its a bungalow so I was able to choose a semi decent sized wall. I have seen it a lot online and think it looks great :) I did keep the rest of my book pages for a smaller project. I normally use magazine pages with Mod Podge but have terrible results with the average glossy formula. I would imagine the paper mod podge would work best..some dry time..and then a couple good coats of the outdoor mod podge on top to eliminate page ripples and any stickiness for a smaller item. Im no peo..but after a wall and other collage projects..This is my opinion :)