Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Decorating a Jar with Collage Clay and Collage Drizzle paint

I decorated this vintage Bernardin jar using Mod Podge Collage Clay and the Peel and Stick Stencil.

To do this project I used...
Vintage Bernardin jar
Mod Podge Collage Clay
Collage Drizzle paint
Mod Podge Peel and Stick Dot Pattern Stencil
Squeegee or something to apply the paste with
First, I sticked the Mod Podge Peel and Stick Dot Pattern Stencil over the jar.
The squeegee that came with this Mod Podge tool kit was handy when I was applying the Collage Clay.
I applied the Mod Podge Collage clay evenly using a squeegee and removed the peel and stick carefully. 
Collage Clay is like thick frosting that comes in a package similar to a pastry bag pouch. Collage clay is available in pink and white. It comes with three decorative tips, and a cap. There is no odour in this product, and it is easy to clean with water. 
Then I used the Collage Drizzle paint to decorate. I liked using the Collage Drizzle paint over the Collage Clay as it added more dimension and colour. 
We can use the Collage Drizzle paint over wet or dry Collage Clay easily by squeezing the tube and applying it in any motion.   
After decorating, I left it to completely dry. This decorative jar can be filled with kitchen goodies or crafts.

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  1. What a creative idea - lots of ways to really make this different and unique :)

  2. Great idea...think I could do this

  3. This is an adorable idea to decorate jars and they look so sweet.I would love to try making some of these with my daughter.

  4. I like this it looks good & quick

  5. Wow this is such a creative idea... I will have to try some for spring and use them as vases

  6. What a fabulously creative idea!! I use mason jars to store things in as well, what a beautiful way to spruce them up! Thank you.


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