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Customized Wedding Gift Topper with Mod Podge!

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This wedding gift topper was SO easy to make – start with a wood or chipboard base, then customize to your heart’s desire with FolkArt paint, Mod Podge and a little glitter (ok – a lot) to add that special sparkle.

Customized Wedding Gift Topper with Mod Podge - Kingston Crafts

We’re celebrating all sorts of things this weekend…Don and I are headed to a wedding with our extended family, and Mod Podge is turning 50! I combined both festivities in to one project because, let’s face it, when you are “crafty” you have to make sure that your present is the coolest looking one of the gift table! 🙂 I used gold paint and sheer giltter to coordinate with my giftwrap and ribbon. Let’s do this! {FTC Disclaimer: I received free product in exchange for this blog post – but the opinions and ideas are mine all mine! This post also contains affiliate links so if you buy something I might make a few pennies.}

chipboard or wood phrase or shape (mine is from Hobby Lobby)
Mod Podge Gloss
FolkArt Brushed Metal Acrylic Paint in Brushed Antique Gold
two (2) plastic cups or paper plates
foam brush
disposable work surface (I used white butcher paper) – not pictured

wedding gift topper supplies and mod podge

Paint surface of chipboard/wood shape. Be sure to paint the edges but don’t worry TOO much about getting full coverage. Nobody is going to be looking that close! 🙂

paint surface of chipboard/wood shape

Apply thin layer of Mod Podge, then quickly add glitter. I did my phrase in “sections” – I added Mod Podge to a few letters, then added glitter, then moved on to the next few letters, added glitter, etc.

apply thin layer of mod podge
add glitter on top of mod podge

Let dry for about 10 minutes, tap off excess glitter (I collected it in one of the plastic cups and reused it throughout the project) and repeat layers of Mod Podge and glitter until you reach the desired look, then top off with a final layer of Mod Podge.  I did three layers of glitter total – but I think I would have been totally fine with just two!

add another layer of mod podge onto of the glitter
add glitter on top of mod podge
wedding gift topper with mod podge

Don’t forget to join the fun over on the Plaid Crafts Facebook Page all day long for project ideas, new techniques, prizes and more. Scroll down for a few other great Mod Podge projects from some of my fabulous friends – Happy National Mod Podge Day everybody!

And for even MORE ideas using Plaid Crafts products check out these fun projects!

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. I love it can make fun projects like this one! Gotta try it.

  2. I love Modge Podge’s versatilty – I have made quite a few different projects with it that have all turned out great! I can’t wait to try it out with glitter. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. MY fave thing to do with Mod Podge is glittering! <3 Glitter is life!

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