You’ve all been waiting so patiently– and here you go! Have SO much fun creating one of my absolute faves.. the decoupage suitcase!
As if covering a suitcase wasn’t enough, I also decoupaged an IKEA Parsons table… ok, ok I couldn’t stop– it’s that much fun!!! Talk about inexpensive materials that yield totally beautiful results. Have fun and let us know what you think!
Ya’ll are about to get the show of a lifetime.. at the Country Living Fair! On Friday June 7th (4PM) Jennifer will be all up on the Main Stage doin’ her thing, demo-ing mod podged suitcases, crafty fabric bouquets, and sharing Sis Boom tips and tricks! You’ve gotta be there! After her appearance on the Main Stage, Jennifer will be at the Earth Angels tent signing her books, Girl’s World and Happy Home.
It’s often our dear friend, Melissa P, of 100 Billion Stars, that comes up with an ingenious project that just makes you say, “Why didn’t I think of that?!”…
Well, folks, she’s done it again! So while you’re all anxiously awaiting to find out whether you won the West Indies raffle (you have some time), try Melissa P’s tutorial out for mod podge hangers!! We promise you’ll have a blast!!
Imagine giving them as a gift to a new Mommy? Hanging them in your toddler’s closet… maybe even your closet?? How about hanging a mod podged pants hanger on the wall, clipped onto a photo? Just throwing some ideas out there!!…
Amy Anderson has it all wrapped up when it comes to Mod Podge influencing even the diehard users such as myself. Years ago I would create suitcases with Mod Podge from old Story Books. I always had a hard time with the finishing stage. Using varnishes and such , the suitcases couldn’t open would yellow etc… so then I tweeted to Amy what do we use to seal and Voila she tweeted back use a Matte acrylic sealer spray or paint on and look how lovely this turned out.
P.S. they do open. Just mod Podge and scraps and sealer. Hats off to our girl Amy!!