Disclaimer: Plaid provided the products for this post at no cost to me. Project idea and opinions are my own.
Here are the goodies I got to play with:
The clay can be painted after it's dry .
I decided to try my hand a decorating a vase. For this project you will need:
- Plain glass vase
- Vanilla Mod Podge Collage Clay
- Mod Podge Melts Texture Mold
- Mod Podge Melts ( gold)
- Washi Tape
Using the tip shown above, I went around the vase making “dots” . It’s so much like cake decorating I’m sure you cake masters would love this!
The iinstructions say you should let the clay dry anywhere from 1-5 days. I let mine dry for about 24 hours because I didn’t want it to be fully set when I applied some rhinestones . I also applied the Collage Clay to the bottom of the vase. Once dry, I removed the tape.
I dry brushed my buttons with white acrylic paint so the detail of the mold would really stand out.
Using some leftover ribbon I wrapped the vase and tied off as shown, then glued my “buttons” on. The Collage Clay was set but not hardened so I was able to lightly press black rhinestones around the top.
You could make sets of these for centerpieces or just one standalone for fun. I had a lot of fun playing with the Collage Clay and the melts and can’t wait to do some more!
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