We all know how awesome Mod Podge is right?
Well, if you haven’t
played worked with this stuff yet, you should really give it a try. It’s pretty fun.
I covered some cardboard magazine holders I got from IKEA a while back, they were pretty cheap and just white cardboard, ie: boring.
Here’s my supplies:
I pretty much painted a thin layer of Mod Podge on the cardboard, pre-assembly, and layed the paper on top.
Let dry, then applied another coat of the Mod Podge on top. The paper I used was really textured, and all that still showed with the Mod Podge over it.
|They look so bright in this photo…|
Now I have some lovely storage for our thin books and magazines on my lovely/overfilled bookcases. Hopefully we can get the last 2 bookcases soon.
Wow, I can’t believe I just shared that photo… messy messy.
There is an awesome site called Mod Podge Rocks that has tons and tons of tutorials & links to some pretty cool projects. The possibilities are pretty endless.