Fabric Mod Podge Project & a Giveaway

Plaid sent me a couple of products to try out.  Sweet :->

I decided to try out the FABRIC Mod Podge first.

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I covered a cork memo board with fabric and then made a floral fabric collage on top of that.

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Littlepeach#2 says it needs more flowers and that I should add ribbons to tuck in the memos.  Maybe I will add some ribbon to the corners later.

I produced and starred in my own video about the process :->

(If you are viewing this post in a reader you will need to open the blog to see the movie.)


 

Amy over at Mod Podge Rocks is giving away three bottles of Fabric Mod Podge to my readers.  Just leave a comment on this post and you will be entered in the drawing.  One bottle to each of three readers.  The winners will be picked and announced on Sunday, Oct 17. 

The giveaway is only open to US residents because that whole shipping liquids overseas thing is restricted :-<

Be sure and leave me an email link to get back in touch with you.

I'd love to see what you can do with FABRIC Mod Podge!

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53 thoughts on “Fabric Mod Podge Project & a Giveaway

  1. Great video – Good instructions. Makes me want to go do it right now!
    deb
    linenslaceandlattes

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  2. I LOVE this idea! I always liked the fabric covered books and this one is SO pretty! Thanks for sharing this with us! I can’t believe how many things you can use Mod Podge for! It’s awesome πŸ™‚

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  3. Really enjoyed your video~looks like something I could do very easily.
    (or you made it look really easy)
    Have used mod podge before and its really fun to create with~covered little wooden boxes for friends with things they loved. Everybody loved them!
    Please make more instruction video!!

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  4. I just looked again and thought about some “not so great” inexpensive Scrapbook Albums I’ve gotten over the years. This is the PERFECT way to spruce them up some! Thanks again for the creative ideas! πŸ™‚

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  5. Mod Podge truly does Rock. I have never used Fabric Mod Podge but it looks so fun and I would be excited to give it a try. Love the cork board you made and great video. Thanks for sharing you ideas with us.

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  6. I have been a fan of Mod Podge for years. I have yet to try the Fabric one yet. I do have cork board squares at home so this project is on my list. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  7. Beautiful!
    How did you get the background cloth to stick on? Did you modpodge it to the back & Modpodge the front? How is it held?
    It’s very beautiful, thank you for sharing :o)

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  8. yahoo- this looks like so much fun- great give-a-way —keeping fingers crossed. πŸ™‚
    rossane

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  9. Love your video! I’ve been wanting to do this with one of my cork boards in my sewing/crafting room! Thanks!

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  10. Oooh. I just picked up a cork board for my daughter’s room and I think I know what to do with it!

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  11. I would love to win some of the Fabric MP … I want to try it soooo bad (hope you pick me!)

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  12. This would be a great idea for Christmas presents for my family. They use message board and with fabric I could make them for the interests of each family member.

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  13. LOL! Just came in from the Craft Cottage for an ice tea break and decided to check my favorite blogs. I’ve been Mod Podging myself for the past three days, so I got a big kick out of this. Sadly the sound on my computer is not working. You are now a gluevie star!!! Sort of like a movie star…only different! I need you to add some more totes in your Etsy store so I can get my Christmas Wish list updated. Anyhoo…wish I had some Fabric Mod Podge as I have been decopauging fabric to a filing cabinet but just using the regular Mod Podge glue concoction.

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  14. What an awesome looking board. I’d almost be afraid to use it and cover up that gorgeous looking fabric. LOL
    I am SO in love too with the picture at the top of your blog and super jealous if that is your backyard. I just want to run over and lounge in those chair and enjoy all the sunshine and all the birds that must love being there too. πŸ™‚

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  15. Definitely going to add this to my growing list of projects. I recently discovered mod podge rocks and have yet to use mod podge but have been “glued” to the blog (pun intended). Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas.

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  16. How funny! I just got a free cork board and this is exactly what I want to do. I would love to have some fabric mod podge so I can do this, too!

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  17. Just love the cork board. I can find all the other kinds of mod podge, but not the fabric.
    Today I used Mod Podge and a decorative napkin on a light switch plate to give as a gift.
    Your blog is wonderful and thanks for sharing your ideas. Elaine Akers
    EAkers@aol.com

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  18. I’d love to try Fabric Mod Podge! I have lots of little canvases that I want to cover with the fabric squares at JoAnn’s.

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  19. I love the memo board! I have been wanting to do something like that for a long time but haven’t found the right fabric and I don’t have any fabric mod podge…so I would love to win this giveaway so I can actually accomplish my little project πŸ™‚

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  20. I adore fabric and I love covering stuff with it! I usually use regular modpodge, but I’d be interested in seeing how fabric mod podge turns out! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. I didn’t even know Mod Podge made a fabric version–now I can’t wait to try it with your suggestions! Thank you!

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  22. Just surfed over here from Mod Podge Rocks! Great looking Cork board…much better looking than the one hanging on my front door! Never have liked the way it looks, but it’s a real necessity. So now I can change it from an ugly eyesore into a thing of beauty!
    Thanks so much for another fantastic inspiration!

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  23. Fabulous blog love all the things you’ve made. Great ideas I have an old china cabinet in need of a little pizazz and this might just do the trick.
    πŸ™‚ Lori m

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  24. This is so adorable…..I have used fabric glue but not Mod Podge…….will have to try this….I need to make one of these…..for my craft room and one for my kitchen….thank you for sharing….

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  25. Great tutorial Suzi,,,,wish I had seen this before I STAPLED my fabric to several canvas boards. Oh well, next time IF I can find Fabric Mod Podge and so far I haven’t had any luck in my area.

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  26. Thanks for the giveaway…would love to try this out. I was going to use regular mod podge this weekend on some fabric so I’m glad I read these comments first!

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  27. I love this idea! I think a weekend bulletin board project is in order for my sewing area this weekend!!! How cute is this? And you could make one for EVERY room in the house!!! Good grief, I need to get to the fabric store! haha

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  28. Its funny Vickie T. said the same thing I was about your gorgeous backyard – it is beautiful! Thanks for the video and the idea about the fabric covered corkboard. I have yet to try the fabric Mod Podge and this is the perfect project to get my feet wet. I have to agree though with the ribbon idea – I like to cram photos in througout the ribbons that way I don’t get holes from pins on my pictures. Keep up the inspiration!

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  29. Hi there, I’ve never tried the fabric Mod Podge and now I’m going to have to find a project for it. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. I love the memo board! I would love to try the fabric Mod Podge, I have some fabric I want to use to line some dresser drawers that this would be perfect for!

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  31. Great job! Very clear and concise. I definitely want to try this now that I’ve seen your video! Please enter me in the drawing!! I’d love to try this product. In everything, give thanks, GrandmaSoucie

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