Just the cover of the book Mod Podge Rocks!: Decoupage Your World and the name makes me smile. But you can judge a book by the cover as that is just what the projects included in Mod Podge Rocks! make me do too. Decoupage is such a great way to add your personal touch on the things around you and this book gives you tons of ideas and tutorials that will have you recycling just about everything around you into new fun things that I bet will get you smiling too. There are a variety of Mod Podge types available for all sorts of surfaces, Mod Podge Rocks! gives you all the info you need to pick the right one for your project. Along with awesome instructions there are a bunch of templates and a great gallery for additional inspiration. I was certainly inspired to get my Podge on! Pop on over to Sweater Surgery to see my new and improved…uh podged 4th of July wreath.

More about the book from Lark:

Since 1967, crafters have entrusted their most treasured creations to Mod Podge–the number one, all-in-one glue, sealer, and finish product that’s water-based for easy cleanup and totally non-toxic. The popularity of Mod Podge continues to grow, as does its product lineup that now includes Sparkle, Outdoor, Dimensional Magic, and Fabric formulas.

Mod Podge Rocks! features over 40 simple, inexpensive decoupage projects that showcase the versatility of this celebrated product.  Contemporary, fun, and welcoming–just like author Amy Anderson’s popular Mod Podge Rocks! website-the book includes everything from home accessories and holiday décor to wearables and jewelry.  Joining Amy herself as guest project designers are some of the hottest names in crafting, such as Cathie Filian and Candie Cooper. A basic section outlines the simple techniques, and each project features beauty shots, easy-to-follow instructions, and how-to photos.

By Stefanie Girard




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  1. Mod Podge Amy on May 31, 2012 7:28 am

    Thank you Stefanie!! You are awesome!!

  2. Brooks Jones on June 4, 2012 6:29 pm

    Awesome–I’m a decoupage novice and had no idea this book even existed. Now I know where to go to get started…thanks for this info!

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