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Top 10 Mod Podge Craft Tutorials of 2013

People love Mod Podging! This retro craft is a blast, and you’ll love it too. Here are the top 10 Mod Podge craft tutorials of 2013.

Top 10 Mod Podge Craft Tutorials of 2013

The other day I shared the top Mod Podge craft ideas from 2013 – aka, the projects featured on this site in 2013 that you Mod Podge lovers really enjoyed.

I decided to do a separate post and share the ten most popular craft tutorials from this site for this year! It started from curiosity, and then I wanted everyone to see the top picks.

The Podgey audience has spoken, my friends – here are the top ten Mod Podge craft tutorials of 2013. If you’ve never Mod Podged before, a lot of these projects are very simple.

Give decoupage a try and I promise you’ll like it. Happy new year!

Gift Jars

Deck out any mason jars with fabric and Mod Podge, making them perfect for gift giving.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

You can make your own necklace with a dollar store seed packet and some other craft store supplies! This is such an easy jewelry project.

Daisy Pendant

I turned a dollar store seed packet into a pretty budget necklace.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Easy recycled craft for kids - make canvas art out of egg cartons

Egg Carton Art

Don’t throw out your egg cartons – let your kids recycle them into fun canvas art!

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

This DIY iPad case started as a $1 find from the dollar store! I then decoupaged a leftover fabric scrap to the outside, turning it into a custom case.

Dollar iPad Case

I bought this iPad case at dollar tree, and then revamped it with fabric and Mod Podge.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Use glass paint to create these mason jar lanterns with a faux beach glass theme. These look gorgeous with tea lights inside!

Faux Beach Glass Mason Jars

Get the look of beach glass on mason jars with paint, and then add Mod Podged embellishments.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

This coaster craft is one of the easiest Mod Podge projects that you can do - and this method works for all types of coasters, including wood and tile.

Mod Podge Coasters

I revamped these dollar bin coasters using Mod Podge and scrapbook paper.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Use your Instagram images to create this easy wood photo block! You'll use Mod Podge photo transfer medium to make it happen.

Instagram Block

Don’t keep your Instagrams on your phone – put them on a block using Mod Podge photo transfer medium!

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

Mod Podge coasters tutorial - two ways

Wedding Gifts

Linda customized these wedding coasters in two ways – creating personalized treasures that will last for years.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

DIY desk organizer

Recycled Desk Organizer

I made this desk organizer using recycled cereal boxes and toilet paper rolls.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

This simple egg garland is the perfect Easter craft! Make it with Mod Podge and your favorite colors of yarn. The kids will love helping too!

Yarn Egg Garland

Justine knocked it out of the park with this easy Easter egg garland made with yarn and Mod Podge.

See it here at Mod Podge Rocks

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J mORRAL

Tuesday 21st of January 2014

I am trying to make the upcycled desk organizer but am having trouble. What did you to hold everything together, was it a glue gun or mod podge? If you have any other information that would be helpful please send it. Thanks!

Amy

Tuesday 21st of January 2014

Hi there! I used craft glue. Here's the full tutorial and it's the second to last picture: https://modpodgerocksblog.com/2013/03/recycled-craft-diy-desk-organizer.html

Good luck!