Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Mod Podge Rocks: Giveaway!!

Hello friends! Today we're hosting a super giveaway courtesy of Lark Crafts and Plaid!

As you may have seen around the blogosphere, Amy Anderson, the crafty lady behind the popular blog Mod Podge Rocks, has just authored a brand new book.


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Mod Podge Rocks!: Decoupage Your World is a collection of 40 simple and inexpensive decoupage projects designed by Amy as well as other well-known folks in the crafting world. There are accessories, wearables, jewelry and even holiday projects. Some are shabby chic, some are modern, there are a lot of styles and inspiration, as well as instructions and techniques for using Mod Podge on various surfaces for fabulous results.


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(Did you know Mod Podge has been around for 45 years?! We didn't!)

Here are some of our favorite projects in the book:


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I love that step-stool!

Angel and I were lucky to receive some Mod Podge along with our review copies of the book (thank you Lark Crafts!) and we've been playing around with some projects. We can't wait to show you and hope you come back tomorrow to see...

In the meantime, check out what's up for grabs in this fabulous Mod Podge Rocks giveaway!


Giveaway

One lucky winner will receive a copy of the Mod Podge Rocks! book along with an array of Mod Podge supplies including t-shirt, tote bag, collage paper, and an awesome variety of Mod Podge glues and products to try out all sorts of decoupage projects! (See photo below for all items included. There's stuff in the tote bag too!)


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A second winner will receive a copy of the book!


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How To Enter

For a chance to win either prize, simply leave a comment on this post! If you'd like, tell us the first thing you've ever Mod Podged -- or thought of Mod Podge-ing.

Please make sure and include a link or email address in your comment so we can contact you if you win. This giveaway is open until Sunday July 15, at midnight PST. U.S. residents only please, apologies to our international friends!

We will draw the two winners randomly on Monday July 16. We'll announce them here and contact them via email. One entry per person, please. (Void where prohibited)

Good luck everyone!
And huge thanks to Lark Crafts for sharing all these goodies!

This giveaway is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated! Congratulations to our winners Aubrey (#10) and Promise (#74). Check your email for a note from us!

You can find Mod Podge Rocks online here: blog / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest.

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104 comments:

  1. I love Modge Podge and have used it on boxes to cover them with fabrics. I like the idea of recovering my lampshade and other things, what a fun prize package.

    Debbie

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  2. Ooh me ooh me! I think the first thing I mod podged was a cork bord covered with all my favorite riot grrrl album covers and early bust magazine cut outs. Sigh, high school angst. I think it's still around in the basement somewhere...
    I'm in LOVE with that suitcase idea! I've got a few vintage ones I'd love to try it on.
    Kate
    kate.e.burt@gmail.com

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  3. Great giveaway. The first thing I mod-podged was a little box covered with old postage stamps. I used to store adress labels, postage stamps, and docrative stamps in it.

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  4. I Modge Podge an old fabric lamp that I had from the 70s and added a bunch of bird and floral designs. I gave it to my Aunt for her birthday.
    Thanks so much for the chance to win this!

    floatingpyramids@gmail.com

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  5. The first thing I ever modge podged was a pinata I made for a friend (it was a hot dog in a bun). Yeah, that made for one nearly indestructable pinata (didn't think that through very well). My friend kept the wiener remnants for years (hmm, maybe she still has it, I should ask her).

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  6. I modge podged bits of wrapping paper onto the body of a lamp. Lately, I've been making coasters with Modge Podge. I love the stuff.

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  7. oh my gosh i love this giveaway! the first thing I modpodged was a panel of fabric to put on my sewing machine cover, but I did it wrong so it never ended up going on there. I still have it.

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  8. The first thing I created was when I was in high school—a magazine clipping collage covered old crayon box. The pencil box type with the lid flap (not the flimsy cardboard boxes). It had crazy-cool psychedelic stuff on it, and I kept all my concert tickets, photo booth photos, and other little knick-knacks in it. Sometimes some green stuff. And in my heart, it will always be MODGE Podge (because I learned it wrong). :)

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  9. love your blog, recently started reading - haven't modge podged since I was little but dying to try some projects soon with my kids

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  10. The first thing I ever mod podged was a jar. In high school, I had the opportunity to go on a student exchange trip to Germany. So I cut out the letters G-E-R-M-A-N-Y and mod podged them to a jar to collect change for the trip. My Germany Jar still sits on my bookshelf to this day, though it hasn't gained any change for some time, it sits steadily at a 1/4 full. I'd love to see what other projects I could do! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. Oooo, I haven't actually done much modge podge, but I think it's because I'm a little "scared" or clueless! This book would be fabulous! bailjane(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  12. Oof...I can't remember the first thing I Mod Podged, but I most recently made coasters using tiles from Home Depot and scrapbooking paper.

    linds273 at yahoo dot com

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  13. I modge podged an old slimfast can with some scrapbooking paper to turn into a "garbage can".

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  14. Looks like an awesome book! I used Mod Podge when I was a child, making mosaics on cigar boxes. Haven't tried it in a long time. Thanks for the chance at the great giveaway!

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  15. What an awesome book! It looks like it has a lot of new ideas. My first mod-podge was a vase that was U-G-L-Y and I covered it with cool quotes.

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  16. Great giveaway! I would love try it out!

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  17. The first thing I ever mod podged was a tin vase. I chose beautiful napkins printed with tulips and gold fleur de lis... still have it and still love it. Awesome giveaway - fingers crossed :)

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  18. I'm fairly new to mod podge. I've made a few cereal box file organizers and a few crafts with kids.

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  19. I can remember using Mod Podge when I was a kid - I think I decorated a box. That was not too long after it was invented - yikes!!! Thanks for the chance to win -I'd love to try all of the new versions of their products!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  20. Very cool giveaway! First thing I ever modpodged was a little picture frame...it turned out very cute!

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  21. I LOVE Mod Podge! I don't remember the first thing that I Mod Podged but I was a very crafty kid and I will never out grow using it. It just makes me happy! :)

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  22. I've never used Modge Podge, but it looks like a fantastic way to change the looks of a number of things around my home, including the horrible step-stool

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  23. I have never Mod Podged anything, but I've been wanting to Mod Podge some fabric to an old trunk to make a toy box for my daughter.

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  24. I haven't used it yet but I would like to do some artwork!

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  25. What a great give away! I have used Mod Podge for so long I can't remember the very first but one of the first was maps on wood and they hung for a long time in our den. I had a hard time parting with them.

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  26. Wow, I didn't realize all the cute stuff one could make with Mod Podge! Now you have me thinking about all the cute things and of course, it's going to affect my sleep...I'll be up in the middle of the night, thinking I can Mod Podge things that probably wouldn't make a lot of sense in the mornin' ahhahaha Thank you for the give away! I look forward to seeing the goodies you both create. :)
    email is: khauglan (at) (yahoo) dot (com)

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  27. I haven't used it yet (gasp!), but I have an old icky stool I would like to beautify with some pretty fabric.

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  28. MODGE PODGE does ROCK.. I will be using it today and will post it on my blog and link up, I use it alot to put my cross-stitch on items. My son is repurposing a rocking chair for his bride to be, he had me stitch a stork. so we will use it to attach it to the rocker.

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  29. What a fun giveaway! Waaaaaayyyy back I Mod Podged pictures on rocks. Would love to try some updated projects.

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  30. This book looks so good! The only Mod Podge-ing I have done is some switch plates with my kids. I would love to learn more about the different types and techniques!

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  31. My kids and I love to Modge Podge! It's so versatile - you can make a GAZILLION different things with it- we've done collages, furniture, switch plates, frames, etc... I'm always looking for something else to create with it! It is an awesome way to use all of that beautiful paper or cut up anthropologie catalogs!

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  32. I ♥ Mod Podge. First thing I ever made was a present for my mom when I was a kid. A picture of me on a wood plaque. Now I use it with my kids. School are projects, teacher presents, household decorations. We make our own light switch covers, decoupage furniture. We love it ;-)

    jaitaesmom@comcast.net

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  33. Oooh fun! Haven't used mod podge in a while, but looking forward to some crafts with the boys!! ;)

    Notodoyago
    At gmail

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  34. I L O V E Mod Podge! The first thing I mod podged was a camelbak bottle with pictures collaged from magazines with the outdoor mod podge so it would be waterproof. I love it!

    bnshores@shoresfamily.com

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  35. The first thing I ever Mod-Podged was some clothespin magnets that I covered in strips of scrapbook paper. They were very well-received, so I moved into the realm of glass marble magnets.

    kclementsdvm @ gmail dot com

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  36. Okay - I'll be honest, I've never Mod-Podged. I've been tempted many times but never gotten any. Which is a real shame as just this last month I built a paper bag dress for a local production of The Paper Bag Princess and if I'd had some Mod-Podge I think the dress may have been sturdier. I used watered down glue, which worked, I just don't think quite as well as the Mod-Podge would have, so, I'd LOVE to win this and give it a try - I'm a costumer and I have a feeling I'd use it for any number of projects. Thank you for your consideration.

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  37. i was a decoupaging fool back in high school! i love modge podge! definitely need to revisit this 'fun' with my kids

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  38. Thanks for the giveaway! The first thing I ever mod-podged was a small box covered in travel photos from magazines. I put all my little souvenirs in it. rachel @ musicictysuds.com

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  39. WOW! That looks like a lot of fun! The very first thing I ever modge podged was definitely the cover of a notebook when I was a kid. We used to cut stuff out of magazines and cover notebooks with collage-style clippings.

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  40. I love this giveaway someone is sure going to have a lot of fun, I did boxes with mine it is so fun to do and it has millions of uses.

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  41. Technically the first thing I mod podged was my socks... in an attempt to actually mod podge a picture frame with pages cut from my college brochure pamphlet. Sitting criss-cross on the floor and being generous with the glue on brush resulted in my crunchy pair of socks.

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  42. last year i took a box for dispensing york peppermint patties and made it into a storage box. covered everything with scraps of batik using mod podge. this was for my daughter and included bolts and washers wrapped in strips of batiks that were also mod podged. really looked so fantastic. i sanded everything a bit using paper bag scraps as "sandpaper" to get a nice smooth finish on the fabrics. thanks for the opportunity for such a wonderful giveaway and have a great day

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  43. Ooh, Mod Podge (or Modge Podge, right?)! :) The first thing I ever mod podged was a clementine box, which I covered with magazine images and quotes I loved. This was in high school, and I used the box to store my CDs. I haven't decoupaged in years, so this would be fun to win and get back into it!

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  44. I have not mod podged in many, many years, but love to try it again. I have been collecting greeting cards for quite some time and would love to mod podge some of the greetings (like Happy Birthday) onto a picture frame.

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  45. I don't remember the first thing, but yesterday I mod podged a no solicitors sign for my front door

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  46. I remember mod podging a puzzle with my dad when I was a wee little one! It was so fun! Thanks for the chance!

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  47. The first thing I ever mod podged was a 3-foot-tall statue when I was a teenager. I would love to mod podge again, haven't done it in a long time!!

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  48. I love Mod Podge!! I remember making a plaque with a piese of wrapping paper at a camp years ago....

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  49. My son has some ideas for decorating his balsa wood planes and pinewood derby cars with mod podge and home-made decals...this could get him started.

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  50. The first thing I ever modpodged were cardboard christmas pins my boys made for all the ladies of the family one year. We cut out cardboard trees, stockings, etc, added lots of glued newspapers, smoothed it out, painted it and then MPed it to high heaven. They turned out awesome and I still have my fancy stocking pin for Christmas every year!
    larasup@gmail.com

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  51. What a great give away!!!! The first thing I ever Mod Podged was and old wine case that I put different pictures on.

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  52. I Mod Podged a wooden recipe box years and years ago. I love Mod Podge!

    hzapolski (at) gmail (dot) com

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  53. I would LOVE to win this! This first thing I Mod Podged (and the first thing that my four year old Mod Podged) were coffee cans and glass jars for storing art supplies: http://www.marinobambinos.com/2011/10/mod-podging-my-life.html

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  54. The first thing I mod podged were a couple of tactile fabric books for two children I provided respite care for, one was blind who loved dinosaurs and the other had aspegers syndrome and loved butterflies.
    It was heartfelt, fun, creativity and purposefulness all rolled into one project.
    Thanks and hugs and happiness eveyone

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  55. Coffee Cans and soup cans - those were the first things I ever mod podged. I love Mod Podge!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  56. Fun stuff, when I was little we used it to stick Holly Hobby images to different things then mod podge.. in the 70's and 80's Fun times..

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  57. I don't remember the first thing I ever Mod Podged, but the one I remember the most was the money luck box with all the beautiful cards and pictures attached. I still have it in my stuff over 10 years later.

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  58. I love Mod Podge!!! I recently Mod Podged book pages on to the shelves of a bookcase...making it a literal "bookcase!" So much fun!

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  59. I believe my first Mod Podge projects was a decoupage picture when I was around 10 years old. We preserved lots of things that way when we were kids!

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  60. I'll be ModPodging some artwork for our house! And whatever other smooth surface I can get my hands on :)

    kcozart05@gmail.com

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  61. Awesome giveaway!! First thing I made was a little T sign for my sons room! Turned out pretty cute! :)

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  62. I'm a new Mod Podger and I'm having SO much fun!!!!! Did my first 'clipboards' and am now exploring with newfound confidence! SO many things...SO little time!!!!

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  63. I am a Modpodge lover :) What an awesome giveaway! The 1st time I used modpodge was about 20 some years ago! I have been hooked ever since! I took glass votive holders and modpodged cut out designs of tissue paper on them in layers! They were like little lanterns! Sold them in the parking lots of grateful dead shows! :) !! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  64. I don't remember the first things I ModPodged. Probably New Kids pictures to everything in my room. Now, I work in a Women's Shelter. I do crafts with the ladies, and the kids. We decoupaged light switch covers, pens, and are currently working on journals. Fun Stuff!

    ~ tanya
    tanamaria@hotmail.com

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  65. I love Mod Podge too! I did a project not too long ago with cardboard letters for my boys' room. I used their initials & used Mod Podge to put scrapbooking paper on them. Turned out really cute. I'm always looking for a good Mod Podge project. :-)
    beckymilstead@gmail.com

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  66. My first ModPodge obsession was the cover of my high school planners (ie those things we used before smartphones.) I would do a new collage on the cover every year. So fun.

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  67. I discovered Mod Podge just last November when searching for handmade Christmas gifts. I used it the first time making the glass marble magnets which have been a huge hit!!!

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  68. The first thing I Mod Podged was Christmas ornaments from the leftover wrapping paper when I was a kid. I don't have them anymore, but have thought about doing it again sometime!

    Syndee
    syndees_creations@yahoo.com

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  69. I dont't have a Modge Pode and I wish one because I have a lot of ideas...thaks for chance!

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  70. I've never Mod Podged but I would love to try. I would make mod podge plates and I hear that you can mod podge shirts, too.
    c8ergirl(at) gmail.com

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  71. I love Modpodge! I think the first thing I Modpodged was a cigar box to convert it into a purse. What a great book and what a great giveaway!
    Thanks :)
    Vicki
    craftyvixi@gmail.com

    (Have had issues posting a comment :( Wonder if blogger has a broswer preference)

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  72. I have been saving little by little for my craft fund and now just bought my very first bottle of mod podge....now I just have to decide what to make. :)
    Love the post

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  73. What don't I Mod Podge?!? First experiment was with a comic book related coffee table!

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  74. I am so stoked about the BOOK! I love Mod Podge and I think the first think I used it on was picture frames - w/ scrapbook paper of course. Super cute and easy! Crossing my fingers that I win! pmayes@hotmail.com

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  75. I can't even remember the first thing I mod podged. I have used it for years and LOVE it. Thanks for the chance!

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  76. I would really love to do old cigar boxes...love mod podge and love this giveaway! Thanks for hosting this way cool giveaway!

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  77. Can't remember the first thing but I use it constantly on decorative gift boxes, picture frames, vases, etc. So much fun! Kaye Reed mkreed0310@yahoo.com

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  78. I used it to seal a porcelain mask I'd painted!
    -grammarchick@gmail.com

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  79. I love Amy Anderson's Blog and mod podge is the best. I think one of the first things I ever podged was a photo of my boyfriend inside my school locker. That one got me into big trouble. LOL!
    Teresa aka Tess
    raven1999 @ cox dot net

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  80. I would love to modge podge my in boxes for student homework, and plenty of other things in my first classroom this fall!

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  81. I've never used Mod Podge, I don't recall clearly ever decoupaging either... so... I 'NEED' these prizes to show me how to do it! :D PLEASE??? :) Thank you.

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  82. I made a frame for my Mom a few years ago and continue to create with it. Love the product! Tons of ways to use it! Thanks for the giveaway and good luck everyone. EMAIL- flowerskissing@aol.com

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  83. My first time using Mod Podge was actually less than a month ago and I mixed it with some bar glitter to go over a frame I had just painted pink. Came out great!!

    Kourtney Swanson
    Pinkladie2002@yahoo.com

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  84. I mod podged a trunk - which was a Christmas gift for my sister. It didn't turn out too well, but I've gotten better at using it :)

    Brie @ Breezy Pink Daisies

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  85. It has been quite a while since I Mod Podges, but I have a train case sitting here just waiting for some Mod Podge goodness! Thanks for the chance to Win!

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  86. I recall using Mod Podge way back when I was 4 or 5 years old. My grandmother taught me how to Mod Podge an old wine bottle with tissue paper to make it look like leather...lol! I thought it was the neatest thing ever! My love for Mod Podge never waned!

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  87. Love Mod Podge. I've used Mod Podge as a sealant and with fabric. Love the train case idea. I'd love to win this!!! Thanks, Cathy Moses
    catjmoses@yahoo.com

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  88. I love Mod Podge! I use it in my art journal and any other assorted art project I am working on, it is amazingly versatile!

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  89. I'm Mad for Mod...Podge that is. First thing I ever did was my first initial, a wooden B with tie-dye papers. I have since figured out how to eat out bumps and biubbles. :)

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  90. It has been 30 years since I used Mod Podge. I remember using it on ceramic, a plaque/wall hanging, I was a teenager then. I would LOVE to try it again!!! Barb rizzio2@aol.com

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  91. I Mod Lodged a blank box with Disney pictures from an old calender for my Dad's birthday one year! He loved it!!
    I would love this book!!

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  92. I have yet to use Modge Podge as I recently have heard about it. ButI would love to use it to repurpose some cans for pencil holders, diaper wipes cases, jars and whatever else I can think of.

    Danielle
    danigj75@yahoo.com

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  93. I first mod podged a trinket box as a Brownie in Girl Scouts. ssremington (at) gmail (dot) com

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  94. Love Mod Podge - covered a basket with fabric.

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  95. First thing I mod podged was jewelry made w/shrink plastic - it rules, its the best stuff!

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  96. Mod Podge rocks & Amy rocks!! Can't wait to see this book.
    I have loved decoupage since I was a lil girl in elem. school, & still love it at age 45! My most favorite is to use paper w/a vintage look; especially bird images & pix/paper from old books & childrens books!
    Thanks for the chance to win a FABULOUS giveaway!
    Valerie
    Knittyvantie@gmail.com

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  97. the first thing i mod podge was a month a go , and was a chair i wish i can share with you guys and other things that i dint;n know i can lol i think its late for me to participate but i have faith i can winn.. :p ariettafq@gmail.com

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  98. In the early 70's We made plaques from wood and plaster, We cut pictures from wrapping paper, napkins, cards all kinds of things. We also used a product I think made by you called Decal it, that would capture the ink into the dried product after painting it on paper. My mom used little molds to make plaster ovals and drilled a tiny hole in them, and we would Modge Podge the print on them after removing the paper. We made pendants like this. Also, Plaques.
    I wish you would use what other giveaway hosts do, and have a box that we can put our email address, and give it to you but not have it posted! I am pretty uncomfortable putting my email out there for everyone. joy4carla@gmail.com I guess you can see how much I want to win. This is the first time I have put it out there like this, and I am pretty uncomfortable about it. Another option...Isn't there a way you can get our email from our FB page/account? I sign in to giveaway entries through my FB account.

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  99. Hope I'm not too late! The first thing I mod podged was a wood box purse when I was a teenager. We won't say just how long ago that was!

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  100. In 2001 I mod podged a tabe and bars tools and made some really cool looking wall art with dried flower, ceiling tile, drywall mud, paint and of course mod podge. It was so fun to creat with.

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  101. The first thing I ever mod podged was back in college when a friend was showing me a craft to do... so we mod podged little pictures onto one of those cheap frame mats.

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  102. I Modpodged when I was in Jr-Hi plaques with cute little girls on them and now at 61 doing plastic stackable drawers for my sons room using animal print fabric.

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  103. I have Mod Podged so much and started so long ago I don't know what I did first. I have so many projects in the works now. I love Mod Podge! And what a great giveaway!

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  104. I am so sorry to say that I've never Mod Podged ANYTHING! It's driving me crazy to know this incredible stuff exists and I have yet to get to use it!!!! And now I see this awesome book and I'm even MORE antsy to get my hands on all of it. I think my first project will be a family wall chart for when we start homeschool this fall. Wheeeeeeeeeee!

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