Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Mod Podge ~ Fabric Storage Box

Hello Readers,
Thanks for coming by! Some of you already know that I'm participating in a Mod Podge Campaign you can read about it here.


I was so excited when my box of goodies arrived so now I'm ready to get my Mod Podge on! 
These Plaid products are available at Michael's. 

I purchased a storage box on the clearance rack at at a discount store.

I like the box but the style isn't me...so I'm going to switch it up

here is the fabric and Mod Podge that I will use

after painting the box and measuring the fabric

I brushed the Mod Podge on the fabric and box and waited for it to dry

after it was completely dry I used my rotary cutter and exacto knife to trim it up

much better....but what about the inside

Mod Podge to the rescue

here is the scrapbook paper I will be using

it's easier to pour Mod Podge on a plate then trying to shove a brush inside the bottle (just a tip)

I brushed the inside with Mod Podge


pressed the scrapbook paper inside

waiting for the Mod Podge to dry ( just play the Jeopardy song in your head)
how pretty....... it's nice and dry (happy dance)


I love how my storage box turned out


now it's ready to store (hide) goodies





I really enjoyed creating this project and using Mod Podge by 
Plaid  
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Disclaimer: I received all of the Mod Podge products from Plaid Crafts for free on behalf of the Blueprint Social the opinions of these products are my own.



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20 comments:

  1. Hey Lady, I am so loving this. Not only is it easy and cute, but what a great way to keep clutter off of your table and still have access to those little things.
    I so need to do something like this. I have a rolling cart with Plaid supplies, Mod Podge, stencils, decorative papers, etc. and I haven't used them in a while. You have truly inspired me with ideas I can do inside during the hot days of our CA summer when I have to stay inside because of my health. : )
    By the way, Frugal Treasures Tuesday is up and running! -_^
    ~Barbe~

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  2. How cute is that box and it matches your pillow! love!

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  3. I like how it turned out and I love the scrapbook paper you used for lining...Connie

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  4. Vicky, I love how your storage box looks on your pretty tray and how it coordinates with the pillow on your chair. You are GOOD!

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  5. What a cute idea! Great job on your project!

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  6. It looks great! Mod Podge does rock!

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  7. Great project. Love that you used it to store Mod Podge goodies.

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  8. Came over from Beez's to see your project. I am an addict to Mod Podge and love this book box (even though you cover those birdies!) Like the fabric and the paper you chose -pretty combination!

    Distressed Donna Down Home

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  9. You did a wonderful job with the box! I love the fabric print and how it matches with the bolster pillow. Even the inside of the box looks so pretty with the scrapbook paper:)Beautiful aqua accents in your living room! Thanks for the inspiration and for your lovely comment. Have a beautiful day~Poppy

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  10. Great fabric choice! I really like that.

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  11. Clever idea! I would love for you to link up to my linky party via: http://ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com/2012/06/live-show-me-what-you-got-tuesdays.html

    Mrs. Delightful
    www.ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

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  12. Great use of extra fabric, Vicky! I love what you did with the box.

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