October 7, 2014

Marbling with Mod Podge Sheer Colours

Mod Podge Sheer Colours come in a variety of colours. There are many things we can do with the Sheer colours. It allows us to add transparent hues to glass and other surfaces. The finished products are wonderful to keep as home decor.
I did a marbling technique using Sheer colours. For this project you will need...
Recycled glass bottle
Paper cup or plate to pour out the paint
About 3 different Mod Podge Sheer Colours 
Pour about 3 or 4 Mod Podge Sheer Colours to the bottom of the glass bottle or dish and swirl it around to coat half way up the dish. I added a lot of different colours, and added more than needed that is why the top is more vibrant and thick :)
Then turn the coated dish upside down and leave it to dry completely. Depending on how much paint you use, and the temperature and moisture inside your home it will take 6 hours to 2 days to dry. When the Mod Podge Sheer Colours dry it will become dark.
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  1. This is adorable, I loved doing modge podge when I was a kid!

  2. Wow this looks so simple and so pretty love it.Great way to turn a disposable item into something lovely.

  3. What a great idea for a rainy day!

  4. What a creative idea. Could make some unique vases like that! Thank you :)

  5. I have never worked with modge podge before, but I love this idea and a great way for the kids to make some pretty nice Christmas gifts!!

  6. That's beautiful! Thanks for sharing this -- I never heard of mod podge.

  7. This is cool. I'm thinking of some unique gifts using this idea
    (Debbie W)

  8. It looks like a lot of fun. I have the white Mod Podge that I have used for a few crafts.

  9. Very colourful and i love the name mod podge!


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