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Homemade Mod Podge. I made this. My husband bought real modge podge, i think the real stuff works better, but this will get the job done. I think you should use less water than recommended

Homemade Mod Podge :Instructions: Empty glue into jar Fill the empty glue bottle with water and pour into the new jar with the glue (Ideally, you want glue and water) SHAKE the jar really, really well. you have Mod Podge!

modpodge recipe - this is soooo much better then the others I have pinned - will be only using this now...

Home Made Mod Podge Recipe- Don’t be hoodwinked!

Homemade Mod Podge Recipe: 1 cup white PVA glue and cup of water. Shake really well and use as you would Mod Podge. To make it gloss add 2 table spoons of water based varnish or to make the sparkly add super fine glitter.

DIY: Decoupage Q&A |do it yourself divas

do it yourself divas: DIY: Decoupage glue water, shake and done! guess who will be saving a lot of money this summer!

DIY 'recipe' for Mod Podge ~ I have never used store brand Mod Podge, so I'm not sure what the consistency is supposed to be like, but when made per this, mine came out more watery than I was expecting.  Still works though!  Next time I will add less water.

Mod Podge is crazy expensive. Make it yourself: elmer's glue, water, shake it up! This produces a matte finish. For a gloss finish, add 1 TBS of clear varnish.

Another Homemade Modge Podge!  I think this might be a better recipe than the other one I pinned

Homemade Mod Podge - Recipe find Needs 1 cup flour cup of granulated sugar tsp oil (any kind) cup water + empty jar (w/air tight lid) (This one involves heating on the stove and the ability to adjust the sheen.

Make your own glue. Not exactly the most exciting craft, but if you're in a bind for either a project to do or some adhesive, it's good to have this recipe handy. I remember making my own glue as a kid and thinking it was fun.

Homemade Glue

adapted from The Preschooler’s Busy Book. Here are the recipe ingredients: Makes 7 ounces cup water 2 Tablespoons corn syrup 1 teaspoon white vinegar 2 tablespoons corn starch cups cold water

If you want it done right...: Homemade Mod Podge Recipe

Homemade Mod Podge Recipe: Mix equal parts of any white school or craft glue with water in container of your choice.

Make Your Own Mod Podge (MUCH Cheaper) For Decor and Craft Projects

Make Your Own Mod Podge (MUCH Cheaper) For Decor and Craft Projects

Mod Podge (glue & sealant) is not cheap. Here is a super simple recipe that…

Homemade Mod Podge.  Get a Mason Jar, put a half cup of Elmers Glue, and a half cup of water, and shake. If you want a glossy finish add a Tbs. of clear varnish. Or wait for the craft to dry then do a separate coat of clear varnish.

Get a Mason Jar, put a half cup of Elmers Glue, and a half cup of water, and shake. If you want a glossy finish add a Tbs. of clear varnish. Or wait for the craft to dry then do a separate coat of clear varnish.

Mod Podge craft tutorials - over 200 of them. This is the ultimate list! I actually used this to  cover my iPhone case and basically everything all you do is  just mix it with glitter and it works wonders!!!

The ultimate collection of Mod Podge crafts!

Mod Podge craft tutorials - over 200 of them. This is the ultimate list! add some paint to those great furniture finds and add Mod Podge great idea

homemade mod podge that REALLY works

homemade mod podge that REALLY works - Well I hope it works better than Mod Podge because that stuff irritates me. Elmer's glue and water ,that easy

"I found that while the 1:1 ratio of white glue to water was fine for paper projects, I did feel that it needed to be a fraction thicker for use on fabrics and heavier surfaces." says Kerryanne from ShabbyArtBoutique.      . . . So I adapted my ratio to 3 parts white glue to 2 parts water. For me this seemed to be a better consistency and more like the original.  I’ll be making all my own ‘Mod Podge’ from now on and can highly recommend giving this homemade version a go.

Shabby Art Boutique: So Cheap Homemade Mod Podge. 3 parts white glue to 2 parts water

DIY Mod-Podge Decoupage |ALTERNATE VERSION - Some reviews suggest using 3:1 ratio of glue to water. | ALL NATURAL VERSION - Mix 1 1/2 cups flour, 1/4 cup granular sugar, 1/4 tsp vegetable or olive oil & 1 cup distilled water (can add more oil, or substitute vinegar, for desired level of varnish/shine). Store in air-tight jar or container for up to 2 weeks.

super cheap DIY mod podge and a reason to buy more gelato

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