Rainbow Glittered Monogram with Mod Podge Ultra
I have used Mod Podge for years…
So, when Plaid gave me the opportunity to try out Mod Podge Ultra, I thought why not.
I always love trying something new.
What makes Mod Podge Ultra different?
America’s favorite decoupage medium is now available as a spray! Mod Podge Ultra is a super strong, non-toxic spray formula that works as all-in-one glue and sealer with a high adhesion level. Perfect for adding dimensional design embellishments to your projects. This versatile, water-based formula dries quickly and naturally self-levels, leaving no brush marks. It cleans up easily with soap and water and is available in both matte or gloss finishes.
For my Framed Rainbow Glitter Monogram I used: (*affiliate links)
- Mod Podge Ultra*
- Various Shades of Ultra Fine Glitter from Art Glitter.
- Chipboard letter “S”
- Inexpensive frame from Dollar Tree*
- Silver Leaf Paint Pen*
- Protect your work area with newspaper or drop cloth.
- Shake Bottle for 15 seconds.
- Prime the nozzle with a few test pumps.
- Spray the chipboard letter with Mod Podge Ultra using short even strokes.
- Add various colors of glitter over the letter.
- Pour excess glitter off. Allow project to dry for 30 minutes.
- Seal letter with 1-2 coats of Mod Podge Ultra.
- Allow the letter to fully dry.
- Accent the outside edge of the letter using the silver leaf paint pen with a chisel point.
- Spray or paint the back of the letter with Mod Podge Ultra and add to a piece of black chipboard.
- Place inside frame for fun and funky framed art.
- Just like a paint brush, Mod Podge Ultra Spray tops need to be cleaned after every use. If they aren’t they will clog and become unusable.
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With most glittered projects… if you touch the glittered area you leave a little bit of glitter everywhere you go. Once I sealed the glittered “S” the glitter does not rub off. How cool is that.
My project is part of a Blog Hop put on the Designer Crafts Connection Blog.
For more fun projects using Mod Podge Ultra and the list of participating blogs click here.