This is a sponsored post on behalf of Plaid Crafts and The Blueprint Social. All of my opinions are 100% mine. Collage Clay is not recommended for children ages 12 and under, and the product is not edible. Small parts are a choking hazard for children
Have you guys tried the NEW Mod Podge Collage Clay? I’m in LOVE! You can use this lightweight whipped clay (comes in pink and white) to create decoden art, a popular new craft that involved decorating anything (cell phones, finger nails, anything!) with trinkets to create a 3D collage. You can create embellishments using Mod Melts and Mod Molds, using a mini high temp glue gun. You can also decorate using Podgeable Glitters (woo hoo for mess free glitter!) or Collage Drizzle Paint by Mod Podge, all found at Michaels. I kept things simple with my first piece of decoden art and decided to embellish a mason jar with buttons to use as a vase. I plan on using it to store my paint brushes in my craft room when I’m not using it as a vase. I just love how easy and fun this Collage Clay is to use, totally therapeutic. Head to Plaid’s blog for a fun Decoden Contest.
Mod Podge Collage Clay
Step 1: Squeeze a good amount of Mod Podge Collage Clay on the mason jar. Spread a thick layer of Collage Clay around the jar with a plastic knife.
Step 2: Add buttons or other trinkets, such as Mod Melts, to the Collage Clay.
Step 3: Once dry, fill the jar with water and add your favorite flowers.
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