Thursday, January 23, 2014

~ Mod Podge Sheer Colors ~


Add a hint of color to your Mod Podge projects with Sheer Colors. Available in six trend-right colors, you can add transparent hues to glass and other surfaces. Head to your local Michaels to get the complete palette and the new Mod Podge Rocks! Peel & Stick Stencils. Pop over to the website and read the details to learn more about this exciting new product and to find project inspiration!

Use Sheer Colors in Three Simple Steps

Step 1: Pour it.
Pour it.
Step 2: Swirl it.
Swirl it.
Step 3: Drip it.
Drip it.

Make All Kinds of  Fun Sheer Color Projects


I know what you're thinking...any blogger worth their salt would have at least 1 project to show, right?  Well, I don't!  :)  Just found out about these and will need to run to Michaels first. 

So, if you try this first, please let me know!

xo

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11 comments:

  1. Seriously? I use Mod Podge a lot:) Have a blessed day and thanks for sharing that there are COLORS:) HUGS!

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  2. I didn't even know they had this! What a great idea to add color to your Mod Podge! I love Michael's (and their coupons) Thanks for the info!

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  3. Transparent colors...

    I admit I'm not crafty. But this sounds lovely.

    Tessa~

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  4. What a great idea! Last summer my grandkids and I made our own 'mod podge' in a manner of speaking. We used white school glue and food coloring. We painted this on mason jars and they looked like beach glass. It would be so much easier to use the ready made!!

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  5. I'm glad you shared this, Pat. I had no idea. The next time I'm at Michael's, I 'll have to grab some.

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  6. Well, who knew they made Mod Podge in transparent colors? I feel a project coming on!!!! xo Diana

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  7. You're the first to break the news to me about this. I'll be looking for it.

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  8. What fun. I've got a visit to Michael's lined up for this week. Almost went this afternoon, but snow scared me off. I'll definitely look for these. Have a great week!

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  9. Ooh Pat, I did t know about the colored Mod Podge. How fun!! I used Mod Podge waaaay back in the 70's and even recently. Thanks for sharing and I can't wait to see a project.
    You stay warm, too, my friend! xo

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  10. Well, the colors are pretty! I tend to make a mess of anything that includes paint of any kind, even when I try my hardest to be neat!

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