Friday, March 22, 2019

Mod Podge Ultra Blog Hop

The Designer Crafts Connection team is featuring Plaid Craft's Mod Podge Ultra spray on. Crafting just got easier!
Plaid Crafts introduced Mod Podge Ultra spray on at Creativation this Winter. It's the same Mod Podge we all love; it works as a glue and sealer, water based formula that dries quickly. It's available in matte or gloss finish.

For my project today, I used Plaid Crafts wooden coasters, Mod Podge Ultra in matte finish and pattern paper.

I traced the wooden coaster on the backside of the pattern paper and then used scissors to cut. I then sprayed on the Mod Podge Ultra onto the surface of the wooden coaster. I then lightly sprayed on the Mod Podge on the backside of the pattern paper. Starting from edge, I carefully applied the paper and with my hands pressed out any air pockets.

Set aside to dry.

Next, I used the Mod Podge Ultra as a sealer. I sprayed the top of the coasters and allowed them to dry completely.

Here are the completed wooden coasters. No wrinkles and completely sealed ready for use.

Important tips about Mod Podge Ultra spray on:
Just like a paint brush, Mod Podge Ultra spray on nozzles need to be cleaned after every use. If they aren't they will clog and become unusable.

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Marilyn said...

Nice set of coasters!
have a great day!

Susie Bentz: My Time to Play said...

Cute and easy project - you can never go wrong with maps!

Nadine Carlier said...

Those turned out great, love them!

Janet Trieschman said...

I really like your coaster project and how each one is different.

Donna Budzynski said...

Those coasters turned out fabulous! Great idea and perfect for the Mod Podge Ultra spray! said...


So much fun! I love this idea and using maps is fantasic looks like vintage postcards. I always love your projects.

Kassy’s Parlour said...

Love these coasters!

Terry Ricioli Designs said...

Great quick and easy project. This would be great for a group craft.

Lynda Kanase said...

I love how you used the vintage looking papers to make these wonderful coasters. Very nice!