Mod Podge Frame with Singed Flower Accent

Mod Podge is SO awesome. I love it. I tried it once, and now I’m hooked. I’ve had this frame sitting around for a few weeks, just haven’t gotten around to posting about it! This was my first ever Mod Podge project. It was so easy to do, and I loved the turn out. I got my inspiration from this frame at Craftily Ever After.
Trace your object onto the back of scrapbook paper. Carefully cut it out. Brush a thin layer of Mod Podge onto the surface of your frame, and lay the scrapbook paper on, careful to squeeze out any air bubbles. Let it fully dry! Touch up the edges with some sand paper to make sure none of the scrapbook paper is hanging over. Once you’re sure it’s 100% dry, put a layer of Mod Podge on top. Let it dry, and you’re done! How gorgeous is that.

I’ll be back later with a tutorial on how to make the singed flower!

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13 thoughts on “Mod Podge Frame with Singed Flower Accent

  1. Cute! I have one of those frames hanging around, too. Painted one and added nuts to make a manly father's day frame with the first one, but this second one could probably benefit from some Mod Podge. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. Love it! That paper is fabulous! And the singed flower makes it perfect!Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

  3. HiJust wanted to let you know that I “ Featured” you on Santa’s Gift Shoppe Blog Hop today for your great project & inspiration! Be sure to grab the “I was featured” on Santa’s Gift Shoppe Button/Code for your sidebar! You deserve it! Thanks so much..If you’re not a follower already we’d love for you to join us…Barb

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