Are you a beginning Podger? Welcome! I'm pleased to introduce you to your new addiction. I think the best way to learn to use Mod Podge is to jump in (that's what I did), so I've put together a collection of Mod Podge craft ideas that I believe will inspire you – from home decor to fashion to crafty. All of these craft ideas are relatively easy and as a beginner, you should be able to handle these for your first try. And if you should need a little instruction, please visit my videos or my FAQ. I'm always here to help. Enjoy!
Revamp a vintage suitcase with fabric and the shapes of your choice.
I love wearing flip flops all year (at least around the house). Here's an easy way to decorate them.
If you want to dress up notebooks but don't want to spend a lot of time doing it, use paper confetti.
Mod Podged coasters are one of the easiest beginner projects to try – and these were made with napkins!
This is the easy way to dress up glass votives, making them ready for the holidays.
Use Glitter Mod Podge to fancy up a photo ornament.
Use fabric strips and binding to make these pretty, modern bowls.
Recycle old coffee sleeves using paper and scrapbook elements – and Mod Podge, of course.
This garland is so fun and easy! Just use plastic cups and fabric.
Print out words on cardstock, then Mod Podge to clothespins for a quick craft.
These are perfect if you have upcoming travel plans – or even just want to decorate a bag.
Give your switch plates an update with fabric and Mod Podge.
Find out how to do it at Pink Chalk Studio
Wood bracelets are easy to make and you can do several of them at once. They are also great gifts or party crafts!
I made this quick piece of art using a bunch of stuff I had in my stash!
It's so simple to print out photos and Mod Podge them to dollar store magnets – these make great gifts.
You can stain a mason jar using Mod Podge and turn it into a lantern! Then decorate it to your heart's content.
This is such a cool way to make a pocket mirror, using wood medallions from the craft store.
Get the how-to at Lemon Jitters
Revamp an old handbag using grandma's doilies – with a pretty, vintage result
Take old bottles and turn them into home decor with vintage labels and Mod Podge.
Use up those fabric scraps by decoupaging them to a table top.
Ready to try your hand at some additional Mod Podge craft ideas? Click HERE to get the ultimate collection of decoupage crafts!