Use peel n’ stick stencils with Mod Podge to quickly decorate a frame using decoupage medium and glitter. This is the easiest craft ever!
Everyone loves quick crafting ideas, right? That was one of the big reasons I developed the Mod Podge Rocks Peel n’ Stick stencils!
I wanted to be able to decorate something quickly with Mod Podge and glitter, and this frame is a perfect example of what I had in mind.
If you want to make favors, or a bunch of gifts at once, or just want to decorate . . . you’re going to love this. Not only it’s quick, but it’s budget friendly. Here’s how I decorated this frame.
Decorate a Photo Frame
Gather These Supplies
- Inexpensive plastic frame
- Mod Podge Peel ‘n Stick Stencil – Starlite
- Mod Podge Gloss
- Glitter – color of your choice
Make sure your frame is clean and decide on the stencil you want to use. Might I recommend the Starlite pattern? Decide on your design placement – I put a portion of the design in each corner.
Carefully peel the stencil from the backer and place down on the frame right where you want it – smooth it down.
Remove the stencil and sprinkle glitter on top of the Mod Podge.
Dump the glitter off onto a piece of paper or a glitter tray so that you can pour it back into the container.
Repeat the process with the other side of the frame – being careful not to disturb the designs you’ve already done. Let the Mod Podge dry completely. Use the paintbrush or a similar tool to remove the excess glitter from the surface – just brush it away.
That’s it! Besides the drying time, it really took me five minutes. You can use any of the stencil designs in this way. Which else could you decorate in five minutes?
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