Mod Podge Rocks! Book-Giveaway!

You may have noticed that my Mod Podge skills have gotten better :)

and this is why:

Amy Anderson from Mod Podge Rocks! wrote this amazing book,

and I got a copy to review and one to giveaway!

Thanks Lark Crafts!

There are over 40 projects

to inspire you!

I love this charm bracelet created from a child’s art :)

My grandsons would be so proud to see one of these on my arm.

or this pressed leaf pendant!

This one really caught me off guard:

Mod Podge Boots!

Love the use of wrapping paper on this stool.

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There are plenty of pictures, great instructions,

and a section on everything  you need to know about

the different Mod Podge formulas used in the book.

I am using the Rafflecopter for entries (it’s my first time)

I know you will love Mod Podge Rocks! – Decoupage Your World

As much as I do!

Good Luck! You can also buy it here, or at your local book store.

Only one required entry ~ the rest of the entries are optional :)

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway





Comments

  1. 1

    What great inspirational projects – I love the kids’ art charm bracelet!! I might have to try that one myself!!
    Susan @ Afford Your Passions recently posted..WIP – Love One Another – Little House Needleworks

  2. 2
    Becky Green says:

    My first project would be………….idk as there are so many cool ideas. Maybe a necklace or some coasters.

  3. 3
    Terri says:

    The first thing that I would do is cover some wooden letters with pretty paper or fabric

  4. 4

    If I could find the supplies for the charm bracelets…I’d LOVE to do that! Otherwise I have an old trunk that Id like to do something with to put out in my porch!

  5. 5
    Evey says:

    :) My first project would be to make that sweet step stool since the pink princess one in my bathroom just does NOT make any sense! ;)

    xoxo
    Evey

  6. 6
    Natasha says:

    My first project would be to make bottle cap jewelry. I just love them and can’t wait to make some for my daughter!

  7. 7

    I really like that step stool, what a clever idea!
    Sara @ CleverPinkPirate.com recently posted..The Clever Tween: DIY Duck Tape Earrings

  8. 8
    Susie V says:

    The first thing I would do is cover some tin pails I have with funky fabric!
    Susie V recently posted..Welcome Summer with a Seaside Garden Centerpiece {Tutorial}

  9. 9

    I speak Mod Podge…lol Would love to get more ideas from her book! My next project using mod podge is probably to make some cool jar lanterns and mod podge some patterned tissue paper on them. Thanks for hosting this awesome giveaway, Debbie!
    Janis@All Things Beautiful recently posted..Teenage Boy Room Reveal

  10. 10

    I want this book. I like the stool using the Mod Podge. Who would have thought you could do all this!! Happy Monday!

  11. 11

    I’d love to win this book! I’ve used Mod Podge before, but I can think of all sorts of fun projects to use it for in the future. I’d love to make some wall art!

  12. 12
    Jessica says:

    My first project would be the stool………. or maybe the boots, I don’t know! They all looked pretty great :)

  13. 13
    Jessica Reurich says:

    I love the ModgePodge Boots!!! Amazing

  14. 14
    debbie says:

    Great giveaway and I would LOVE this. I have done many of mod podge projects since blogging. I never knew what it was up until then. I don’t really tweet so I entered everything but that aspect of it. Thanks Deb for the chance.
    debbie recently posted..Family room {Old World, Spanish home decor}

  15. 15

    I would love to Mod Podge the inside of some cabinets that are really boring!
    Jessica @ Mom 4 Real recently posted..Pink Strip Boutique Giveaway!!!

  16. 16

    I will make a bracelet for my daughter with pictures her kids draw.

  17. 17
    Cheri says:

    a canvas project

  18. 18
    nova c. says:

    my first project would have to be using mod podge and fabric to cover some wooden letters spelling E-A-T to hang in the kitchen!

  19. 19
    Erin Wiley says:

    I would ModPodge the crap out of some maps onto canvases!

  20. 20
    Jennifer Benavidez says:

    So many of the ideas are awesome, so it would be difficult to choose. I think I would do a step stool for my granddaughter and then the bracelet and then…… :o)

  21. 21
    Dena says:

    I would love to mod podge a stool! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Dena recently posted..Handmade Gift Exchange: I Received

  22. 22
    Jen Y says:

    I love the little stool. I hope I win!

  23. 23

    Why didn’t I think of writing a book about Mod Podge. This sounds amazing I love that you can do so much with this craft supply.
    Jordan@the2seasons recently posted..Bloggers DO Exist

  24. 24

    Fun giveaway!! I’m totally sharing on fb and twitter. :)
    Karah @ thespacebetweenblog recently posted..pallet {word art}

  25. 25
    Bliss says:

    Lord knows my Mod Podge skills could use some brushing up on!

    ~Bliss~
    Bliss recently posted..The Girls of Summer

  26. 26
    Lizy says:

    Thank You for the give away…my first project probably would be something simple because it would be my firt time using the product or modge podging at all since 1st grade and the pencil holder can we all made as kids. lol

  27. 27

    The boot project is blowing my mind…awesome!

  28. 28
    Kimberly says:

    I am planning on making some pretty letters for my daughter’s nursery wall with Mod Podge. I love the idea of a matching step stool!

  29. 29

    I have NEVER done Mod Podge. Maybe if I won the book I would have the confidence.
    I have a small chest of drawers in my living room and I would love to Mod Podge some music or other beautiful paper to the drawer fronts to brighten it up and give it a big of whimsy.
    Question – if I did the above and it wasn’t fabulous….how do I unMod Podge it?
    Thanks Debbie!!!
    Diane | An Extraordinary Day recently posted..Joy Day! | God’s character – My gratitude

  30. 30
    Erika says:

    Never used Mod Podge so I’m intrigued! I love the charm bracelet project and would love to try that first!

  31. 31
    Patty C says:

    I’ve only used ModPodge once but thought it was easy to use. Would love the book for more ideas and better use. Intrigued by the wrapping paper step stool! Would love to make one of those for my granddaughter! thanks!

  32. 32
    Jen says:

    I would love to win plz add me to the giveaway thank u

  33. 33

    I’ve been wanting to make an advent calendar for Christmas for a while now……I think I’d start with that! :)

  34. 34
    JoAnn says:

    I’d do some bottle art. Thanks for the chance to win!

  35. 35

    Me!!! (waving hand wildly in the air)

    I would mod podge a map project to show where we’ve been on vacations this last year.

    Jessica
    stayathomeista.com
    Jessica @ Stay at Home-ista recently posted..The Best Car Seats for our three kid family

  36. 36
    Chrissy says:

    I love the IKEA stool – I think I would make one just like the book! I’ve been eying that very stool forever!

  37. 37
    Phyllis says:

    First project would be charm bracelet.

  38. 38
    Emily says:

    I just bought my very first Modge Podge today!! I’m so excited to enhance and upcycle an ugly-duckling shelf I got for a song off Craigslist!!

  39. 39
    Emily says:

    Shared on my wall, too :)

  40. 40
    Jana says:

    My first project would be a little bar stool that needs some love.
    BTW-love your little table top, looks fabulous that way that you’ve done it.
    Jana recently posted..Old Window Frame~Colorful new addition

  41. 41
    Nyssa says:

    I did it all!!! Every type of entry.
    : ) I have NEVER used Mod Podge (omg!) but I bought some and dying to get into it!!! : ) Nyssa
    Nyssa recently posted..Vintage Faux Bois Glaze Duck Pair, Impressive Size and Quality in Perfect Condition by nyssaink

  42. 42
    Gina says:

    I’d Mod Podge a tabletop.

  43. 43
    Sally P says:

    Turning some old cabinet doors into signs and trays :)

  44. 44
    Tanya says:

    I would love to make a pendant using vintage pinup artwork.

  45. 45

    I would mod podge a tray.
    Donna O’Neil recently posted..Summer Berry Trifle Push Up Pops

  46. 46
    Denise says:

    The boots! I would definitely do a boots project!

  47. 47

    The first thing I would mod podge is a paper lantern…oh wait.. I just finished that project, turned out nice if I say so myself.

  48. 48
    Vanessa says:

    I have a family rules thing I made on canvas and I would make another one for my mom.

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