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Top Mod Podge Posts of 2011

The blog world did a lot of amazing Mod Podge crafts this year! Enjoy the top 10 decoupage projects from 2011 – ranging from gifts to home decorating.

Top 10 Mod Podge crafts of 20112011 has been such a great year for Mod Podge Rocks! I wanted to do a bit of a recap for you and share the top Mod Podge crafts for the year so that they were all in one post – and this goes by month. So for instance, in January the DIY bangle bracelets in the image above got the most visits. I hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane!

Two more great memories:

  • Finishing my new book, which comes out in June of 2012. I couldn’t have done it without all of you, seriously. So I owe you a huge thanks – thank you.
  • Being asked to write for Babble.com’s The New Home Ec. I seriously LOVE it. While I love Mod Podge, it’s nice to write about (and do) other projects as well.

So let’s get into the rest of the projects. And if you didn’t see last year’s top 5 favorite moments, take a peek.

Doilies aren't just for sitting on the table under a teacup - turn them into doily wall art using Mod Podge, scrapbook paper and canvases.

Doily Canvas Art

Mod Podge DIY birds on canvas

Paper Bird Paintings

Create a decoupage frame masterpiece by adding a damask accent to a wood frame found at the craft store for $1. Use your favorite paper and Mod Podge.

Dimensional Magic Damask Frame

If you're looking for circus themed crafts, this decoupage stool fits the bill. I added pennants and then glitter to really make it special.

Glitter Moustache Pennant Stool

This DIY coat rack is so easy to make out of an old cabinet door! Mod Podge the favorite paper or image of your choice to personalize.

Kids’ Wall Peg Board

David takes on a unique furniture project: a baseball themed DIY end table. He uses simple supplies from the hardware store - you can do it too!

A Man Podged Table

Shrinky Dink jewelry pendant necklace

Shrinky Dink Pendant Necklace

If you are looking for unique crafts for men, these DIY comic book coasters are perfect. Use materials right from the hardware store!

DIY Geek Comic Coasters

Fun DIY Halloween pumpkin magnets

Trick or Treat Halloween Magnets

DIY place cards with chalkboard

Chalkboard Place Card Tutorial

Use Mod Podge Silver Shimmer, holiday minis and a paper mache box to create a unique Christmas shadowbox ornament. This was so fun to make!

Holiday Shadowbox Ornament

last minute gift magnets
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Vivienne @ the V Spot

Monday 2nd of January 2012

Such fabulous projects! :)

Steph @ The Silly Pearl

Sunday 1st of January 2012

Awww thanks Amy for including me in the roundup of 2011 roundups! I love those bracelets!Thank you Amy for your support and friendship! Happy 2012 to you and your loved ones, and your piggies of course!

david

Saturday 31st of December 2011

Hi Amy,

Congrats on all your success and progress this year! Can't wait for the book.

And thanks for all the inspirational ideas and for making me a part of Mod Podge Rocks. Coming up with ideas and tutorials has been one of the highlights of my year and I so appreciate all your hard work (and patience!).

Here's to a terrific 2012!Best,ManPodger David

Lucinda Campbell

Saturday 31st of December 2011

Thank you so much for including me in your roundup! Here's to a great 2012 :)

Katie

Saturday 31st of December 2011

I did the DIY geeky comic coaster except I had old wallpaper my grandfather had in his garage he never used that i claimed and square coasters left over they're awesome! I love your site keep posting!

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