About Mod Podge Rocks


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7 months later

  1. Who are you? My name is Amy. I am a 38-year-old crafty gal who has lived all over the country (a lot in the Northwest) and finally ended up in Atlanta. I was born from creative genes, so I’m carrying on the tradition. I have been knitting for 20+ years, sewing for longer and decoupaging for just a few. I do all of these things on a daily basis, or at least as much as I can. In addition to Mod Podge, I love the color blue, dogs, reading, cold weather, funny movies, road rallies, yogurt, garden gnomes, sock monkeys, running, tattoos, being outdoors, buttons, snuggling and apparently blogging. Who knew I would love it this much?
  2. Is there anything else I should know about you? I try to wear stripes and/or bright colors on a daily basis. It’s my schtick and it makes me happy. It’s the little things, people.
  3. What makes you the authority on Mod Podge? My favorite thing about this blog is that I get to bring lots of ideas and inspiration together in one place – making everyone who is featured here an authority! I started this blog because when I was trying to find decoupage inspiration, I had to go to a lot of different places to get it. I thought, “what if it could all just be in one place?” I don’t just complain people – I make it happen!
  4. What is your day job? I’m a freelancer. That means that I am my own boss and I work all the time. But I love it.
  5. Will you offer me advice on my project/creative idea/love life? Yes, I’ll do my best. That I can promise you.
  6. Do you accept submissions? Heck yes! Don’t be scared. Send ‘em my way. E-mail me here.
  7. I’m having a Mod Podge craft issue. Can you help me? Yes. Click here.



There are a few contributors here at Mod Podge Rocks that help me “make the magic happen.” Here they are!

David CheaneyDavid of Cheltenham Road – An escapee from Corporate Life, David now spend all his time happily sawing, painting, gluing and, of course, Mod Podging away. If it’s got a vintage vibe or a cool graphic he’s all over it from furniture to coasters to, well, pretty much anything that pops into his head.

David feels incredibly lucky to have found a home here with Amy at MPR and hopes you enjoy his projects. Don’t forget to visit his booming Etsy shop.

rhinestone-jeweled-neckline-craft-0_zps106101faShannon of Madigan Made – You might call Shannon the Clark Kent of craft blogging. By day, she is a pharmacist and by night she shares simple ideas for crafts, décor and much more with her readers. She also craves chocolate, loves a thrifty find and tries (often unsuccessfully) to avoid glue gun burns. You can find Shannon on her blog, Madigan Made, and you can find all of her projects here.

heidigustad-handsoccupied-400wideHeidi of Hands Occupied – Heidi Gustad is a Chicago-based crafter and librarian who loves dogs, the color red, vintage style and learning new things. She can be found writing about crafts at her blog, Hands Occupied, as well as a bunch of of places around the crafty interweb. Heidi loves sharing projects, instructions and inspiration for adding a little DIY to your life. You can see all of her projects here.

Linda Burlap and BlueLinda of burlap + blue – Linda is a DIYing, photo-taking,coffee-drinking stay-at-home-mom who loves iced coffees, flip flops, and spray painting anything she can get her hands on. You can find her sharing tutorials and inspiration over at www.burlapandblue.com. Visit her posts here.

justineJustine of Sew Country Chick – she’s a trained fashion and costume designer who moved from Los Angeles to a small farm with her husband to raise our five kids. She blogs mainly about DIY fashion, but also loves decorating and getting crafty with Mod Podge. Visit all of her tutorials here.

domDominique of Crafted – Dom is a blogger, designer and freelance crafter from Sydney, Australia. Like most crafty types Dom’s passion for craft and all things DIY started from a very young age and just got stronger and stronger. By day she works for one of Australia’s most popular DIY television personalities, by night she blogs at Craftedblog.com and creates handmade wedding and home decor pieces with her other half. She started Crafted as a way to express her passion for all things handmade sharing other peoples creations as well as her own. Visit all of her tutorials here.

HammerLikeAGirl_portraitHeidi, Monica and Mary Jean of Hammer Like A Girl – three Seattle girls with backgrounds in graphic design, art, architecture, construction, and real estate – with a preference for rusty, salvaged and modern. They get together once a week and tackle house projects big and small. When they aren’t working on their houses they can be found in their basements tinkering on some functional art, usually made from reclaimed materials. They write about their diy adventures at HammerLikeAGirl.com. Visit all of their tutorials here.