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Top 10 Mod Podge Crafts of the Decade

Have a jar of Mod Podge and aren’t sure what to do with it? These top 10 Mod Podge crafts of the decade are the perfect place to start!

Top 10 Mod Podge craft ideas of 2013

There’s been a lot of decoupage happening this year my friends! When I started this blog over ten years ago, I had no idea that I’d still be doing it in 2020.

I wasn’t sure if there would be enough projects to keep me going for that entire year. Boy, was I wrong! You all love Mod Podge and you love it hard.

So I went back to the last decade to gather the most popular Mod Podge craft ideas from this blog, and here they are. If you are a beginning decoupager, you can accomplish most of these – perhaps a bowl or mason jars to start?

Mod Podge Craft Ideas

There’s a little something for everyone. Just scroll down to see the Mod Podge crafts. You’re going to love them. And happy new year!

Confetti Bowl

Confetti Bowl

Confetti is great for parties, but also easy to turn into bowls. Just use Mod Podge.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

DIY Jewelry

Use supplies like Podgeable shapes, glitter, rub ons and Dimensional Magic to make personalized jewelry. Get tons of jewelry ideas here.

Subway Art

Create your own subway art just Johnnie did – all for under $2 here. We’ve also got our own version with a tutorial (you don’t need a die cutter) that contributor David did at the link below.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Fabric covered mason jars

Fabric Mason Jars

Decorate mason jars with fabric and Podge for fun and funky storage. Get tons of mason jar crafts here.

Magazine Bowl

You had no idea you could make bowls out of recycled magazines, did you? It’s easy! This is one of those Mod Podge crafts you’ll want to start with – it’s free.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

One of the most fun and easy Mod Podge craft ideas is handmade ceramic coasters. These are great for home decor, wedding favors, or a unique gift!

Map Coasters

Add maps to simple tiles from the hardware stores to make coasters. Great for gifts, home decor, and more.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Do you have a photo you'd like to display? Try a Mod Podge photo transfer to a wood block. You won't believe how easy it is!

Wood Block Photo Transfer

Transfer photos with Mod Podge – it’s easy easier than you think! We have a boatload of photo transfer crafts here on the blog, including the one above.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Use Mod Podge to decoupage your favorite family pictures on canvas. These DIY canvas pictures are a great budget way to decorate!

Photo Canvases

Blow up family pictures and adhere them to canvas for an amazing wall display.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Learn how to transfer photos to wood in three simple steps! All you need is your favorite photo and Mod Podge photo transfer medium. It's easy.

Photo to Wood

Transfer a family photo to wood and distress it to make a gorgeous piece of personalized art.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

make-a-watercolor-collage

Collage Canvas

This project is fun for kids and adults! You can use any piece of artwork to create an easy collage canvas.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks


Top 10 Mod Podge Crafts of 2012

PS – if you missed the top Mod Podge ideas of last year, see them here.

florence palmer

Tuesday 4th of March 2014

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cHRIS

Monday 30th of December 2013

The first one is really a Gel Medium craft..not Mod Podge. How did this make the top 10. Mod Podge is my favorite craft helper, but glazing a surface to protect and seal is kinda what it's known for. Kinda disappointed.

Amy

Monday 30th of December 2013

Chris - There are two ways to transfer photos with Mod Podge. The first is Mod Podge photo transfer medium (a product) and the second is this method: https://matsutakeblog.blogspot.com/2009/10/how-to-transfer-inkjet-images-to-wood.html

So you can definitely use it beyond just gluing and sealing!