I get asked quite frequently how to Mod Podge tissue paper without wrinkles. Honestly, I feel that for most people (including myself) it's pretty difficult. But there IS a way to Mod Podge tissue paper on glass to get a faux stained glass effect WITHOUT wrinkles! You're going to cut that tissue paper down from big sheets into shapes. Let me show you what I did.
At one point in my life I got ahold of some cool glass jars with fitted lids:
I liked them but not plain – I wanted to spice them up a bit. So what is a Mod Podger to do? Well, of course, decoupage them with tissue paper. I love tissue paper on glass because with the light, it gives a bit of a faux stained glass look. As you can see from my first pictures. So how did I do it?
All I used was tissue paper, a Sizzix machine with a circle die and Mod Podge Gloss. If you don't have a Sizzix, you can use a circle template or a punch. I find that I can only use a punch with tissue paper if I punch multiple pieces of paper at a time AND include a piece of regular paper. Otherwise the tissue paper just kind of folds into the punch. Keep that in mind!
For more Mod Podge tissue paper projects, I also made a faux stained glass house project for kids. Check it out!