Good day everyone! Today, I am sharing how to Mod Podge on wood with paper napkins. You can find pretty napkins just about everywhere. In today’s preview I am using napkins from the Dollar tree and some I recently found at Marshall’s. Both projects I am sharing are very cute, yet very different. When I shared this live on my Facebook there were mixed reviews on the favorite. Some liked the yellow board better while others loved the stain. I personally loved the stain. It just goes to show we all have different taste and styles. Hence, is why I like to share different variations of my projects.
With Christmas right around the corner I have been a busy elf crafting my Christmas gifts early. I actually am almost finished. It’s been an absolute joy. Now to figure out who gets what. I have a general idea. I hope they all like them. Some of course, I am keeping for myself.
This one here is my favorite. I used my new stencil Home is where the heart is for the very first time.
The texture is fabulous on the stained board with the napkins I used from Marshall’s. You know the gel stain is my favorite to use. It dries quickly, and is not messy like the other stains.
I did absolutely nothing to this board after I Mod podged the napkins. Oh for the record, I like to call Mod Podge, MODGE podged. I was corrected of course by a troll on my live video. Turns out most of you call it MODGE as well. Let’s just stick to that, shall we?
I love the chalky red paint used on this board.
The napkin prints really show through.
And that’s how I roll was a favorite for most. Perhaps because the napkins are just adorable. I bet though they would look really cute on the stained board too. These napkins came from the Dollar tree. They will have a lot right now, so hurry up and go grab a few packs.
Now for the video tutorial. I have been editing down these videos a lot. Although, still a bit chatty, not nearly as much so compared to the live video. I do enjoy talking with you all though, so it’s my natural way unedited. But I do know you clearly don’t have all the time in the world to hear me gab.
Part I and Part II The stenciling on top of the board
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How To Mod Podge On Wood With Napkins
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