Lately I've been seeing an influx of decoupage jewelry ideas, and I thought about it – I too love making Mod Podge jewelry! In fact, I've made quite a bit. Jewelry is fun to make because it's easy (I'm not talking fancy wiring here), it's relatively quick and you can use up items from your stash since it's small. I also love the gift-ability of it. And finally, you're about to get introduced to a really cool formula called Dimensional Magic (it acts like a resin but is non-toxic!). You're going to love it. Ready for 20 Mod Podge jewelry projects? Scroll down to see them. Which one will you make first?
Mod Podge Jewelry Projects
Use paint, your favorite papers, microbeads and Dimensional Magic to make these fun and spunky bracelets.
Makeover a couple sets of hoop earrings using bright colors of embroidery thread.
Mod Podge jewelry gets an upgrade! Use gorgeous rice paper with decoupage to make a beautiful bracelet.
You just need small squares of scrapbook paper, and this tutorial will show you how to fold them into pinwheels.
Learn how to make them at Zest
Did you know that you can use water to turn popsicle sticks into bracelets? This tutorial is awesome.
Use book pages to decorate pendants, and Dimensional Magic to seal them.
Kim makes it very easy to create a bracelet using punches and your favorite scrapbook papers.
Create a designer inspired lock necklaces for a fraction of the price.
Make a bracelet using materials you already have at home, including magazines.
The tutorial is no longer on Spoonful but you can get similar here.
Make a trendy statement necklace using Fabric Mod Podge and faux flowers.
Are you ready to start your career making Mod Podge jewelry? Well, even if it's not a career, you'll need a few things. I highly recommend Mod Podge Dimensional Magic, Mod Podge metal blanks, and Mod Podge acrylic shapes. You'll love them, I promise.
These rings are super easy to make with microbeads and Dimensional Magic.
Make cute little earrings using wood pieces from the craft store along with fabric or paper scraps.
Everyone loves making necklaces with Mod Podge and Scrabble tiles – and it's so easy!
Mixed Media Necklace
Use your favorite scrapbook papers and embellishments to decorate bottlecaps.
Shannon used an old money clip to make a colorful and interesting decoupage pendant.
This easy pendant is made using fabric and microbeads for the mini heart.
This personalized pins are great for embellishing bags and purses, and also make perfect gifts!
You can make necklaces using simple items from the hardware store: like washers!
Decorate a crown acrylic piece with washi tape and Dimensional Magic, then turn it into a bold pendant.