Church Family Rules and Mod Podge Lessons
My church had an event with an auction. I decided to make a set of Family Rules for them to auction off. Here’s a little peek.
I didn’t have much time to take pictures because I wanted to cross this off my list in a very bad way. These are also not my most favorite rules. I LOVE the hearts at the bottom- definitely going to do that again. But I learned a lesson or two about paper and Mod Podge with these rules. They were more like reminders for me, but because I rushed this project, I need to write them down so I don’t forget. Hopefully they’ll help you, too.
Quality counts for something if you’re using Mod Podge and paper. Do not use cheap-y, flimsy scrapbooking paper if you are adhering it to a canvas. It will bubble on you and it will possibly stay bubbled. Sometimes, with other projects, the paper will bubble and then flatten out as it dries, but with this project, or with canvas & paper projects, you have to be uber careful. In my case, I don’t mind the bubbling- I think it adds some visual appeal. But if you want/need an uber-flat surface, be careful with cheap/thin paper.
Less is More. I LOVE the Mod Podge part of this project- it’s my favorite part because everything starts coming together. However, with this set of rules I learned that as much as I like to dump the Mod Podge all over the canvas and spread it around, that’s really a bit cocky of me. Mod Podge does not like to be abused. So spread it nicely and not too thick. It dries really fast- you’ll get that second coat on before you know it.
Do you have any Mod Podge questions? Tips? I love Mod Podge. It’s my crafting hero.
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