Mod Podge Giveaway

Don’t you love giveaways? We here at Plaid sure do! It’s giveaway time again on Paint Me Plaid. This week we are giving away some product from Plaid’s Mod Podge brand. 2 lucky Paint Me Plaid readers will win a Mod Podge Starter Kit. This set includes: Sparkle, Paper Matte, Original Gloss, Original Matte and Outdoor. This set is great for beginning or more advanced Mod Podger. We will announce the winner on Paint Me Plaid on Friday (Jan. 27th), in the afternoon.

To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a comment below telling us what you would use these products to create? For extra entries (leave a separate comment for each):

Like Plaid on Facebook and let us know you entered the giveaway

Become a follower of our on Twitter

Check out our sister blog, Plaid Kid’s Crafts, and let us know a project you find there that you think is cool

The contest will end Friday January 27th, 2012 at 12 noon EST.

134 Comments to “Mod Podge Giveaway”

  1. I use it of collage papier mache boxes I use in my packaging. I so want to win this. Good Luck to everyone.

  2. I love Mod Podge and use it for so many things. I would use the original for making a seashell and sand picture frame, the sand mixed with the Mod Podge make a perfect cement and looks like wet sand on the beach. I would use the some Mod Podge to decoupage a few pages for a scrapbook I am working on. I would also use the sparkle in the scrapbook and on some ornaments for next christmas season. Of course there will be some experimentation and sharing with my daughter who is very creative and crafty. I really hope to win because I will be able to buy a smaller bottle when I go to the craft store this weekend.

  3. I would absolutely LOVE to win this!! Used to do Mod Podge with my mom when I was a kid.

  4. I have heard wonders about Mod Podge, But I have never tried it. I have sooooooooooooooo many Ugly pieces of furniture and knick-nacks that could benefit from it, that if I win this give away I will be able to finally try it and be for ever grateful and so will my embellished junk. Thank you soooooooooooo much for the opportunity to be part of your success.

  5. I like the V-day Mod Podge Collage on the other site.

  6. I would make some glass chip magnets.

  7. I am looking forward to the weekend to craft with my daughter. We founds lots of neat ideas on Plaids Kids Crafts, She wants to start with the Pet Rock, I am interested in the Recycled Crafts !!

  8. I am a follower on Twitter @NeicieJane.

  9. I am a follower on Facebook !!

  10. I would use these to create more of my space art

  11. We have a new baby in the house that needs some wall decor in his nursery. I also have my eye on a wooden holder to use for wipes, diapers, etc. to keep inthe living room. It needs to be decorated first though, in cut out frogs like his room.

  12. I would like to try the sparkle Mod podge on a wooden heart that I’m making to add to my journal…I’m a follower on Facebook..

  13. I have found so many things on pinterest that I would love to make with this set!! I think the first thing I would make though is a mod podge photo monogram letter or something similar! Idea inspired by http://sometimescreative.blogspot.com/2011/01/photo-monogram-letter.html. 🙂

  14. I would use the sparkle for some Valentines projects. I have two bottle caps from a very fun event that I would like to embelish and use in a project – and, I have some old photo frames I would ike to re-do!! I have sooo many ideas!!!

  15. I love the Hearts a’ Flutter Bugs project! Soooo cute!

  16. I follow Plaid on Twitter 🙂

  17. I have so many unfinished projects because I need more Mod Podge! LOL I have a fabric covered bulletin board to finish and some canisters to cover in paper. I love repurposing things. 🙂

  18. to put paper on a hot pink chair arms and legs

  19. Believe it of not – I have never used Mod Podge before! I saw some really cute crafts on Pinterest and want to re-create some of the DIY projects. I just need the starter kit to get me going, because I know my creative Mod Podge options are going to be endless! 🙂

  20. I’m experimenting with Shrinky Dink plastic, and this would be great to see all the different finishes I could get! Oh the possibilities!

  21. I think a shorter answer would be what I wouldn’t do with it. I love Mod Podge! I still have some items that I made in the 70s and they look new! I use it on so many items it would be hard to list them all..

  22. I like the Traveling Memories Frame on the Kids Craft Blog!

  23. I like plaid enterprises on twitter!

  24. I like plaid crafts on facebook!

  25. I would use the mod podge for my Smash Folio as well as other projects. Mod Podge has so many uses!

  26. I like Plaid on Facebook!

  27. I could do so many things with this set! Dress up my cell phone, Cover some magazine files. Make a sun catcher and the list goes on and on!

  28. I have already liked Plaid on FB 🙂

  29. I am reworking my office and could definitely use this on some ideas I am working on!

  30. Id use it to make paper mosaic pages in my art journals and napkin art

  31. I would use it in my journal. Making items to control the craft stash.

  32. On Kids, I love the chalkboard crafts – especially the ornament (from 11/2009)

  33. I have some plain boxes I’d like to dress up for my craft room and my daughter’s bedroom

  34. I have just started back doing modge podge and I love it all over again!

  35. Art mural for my grandkids play area!

  36. Oh gosh, there is so much you can do with Mod Podge, I wouldn’t know where to begin!! I also didn’t realize there were so many types!

  37. With modge podge I become “the super crafter” and nothing is impossible !!! lol

  38. Oh, I would make Valentines of some kind for starters!
    Then, the skys the limit!

  39. My daughter is art-project addicted. She’ll be checking out your website to find a fun project to do with her little sister.

  40. Just took a mixed media art class and of course Mod Podge is essential, would love to win.

  41. I liked Plaid Crafts on Facebook

  42. I’d love to be able to redecorate my dresser

  43. Oh!!!!!!!….How this would help me…I’ve become Mod Podge Adictted….Have several projects to finish….But need
    More Mod Podge material….
    It is such All Around Project …..Increases….creativeity….coming up with new ways to use it…
    Thank You For The Product….Mod Podge…I could not live with out it….
    Jo

  44. I liked on facebook

  45. I would use it to finish some charms ive been working on.

  46. well,i just can’t think of only one project ,i have zillions of projects in my head,but what i really like to do is to introduce Mod Podge to Egypt,cos we donno about it at this side of the earth,so maybe i will cover the Pyramids with a beautiful tissue using Mod Podge.:)

  47. My Favorite projects at plaid kids craft blog are Tissue Paper Valentine Vase and Sweet Heart Valentine’s Art Frame.They are so pretty<3

  48. I (outlandishme) follow you on Twitter 🙂

  49. I like Plaid on Facebook:)

  50. Im a happy follower on facebook…..

  51. OMG!!! Best giveaway ever!! So many things to do.I would create pendants,paper bracelets,decorate wooden bangles decoupage glass votive’s or plates. Use them on shoes or even make ornaments out of yarn!! The possibilities are endless!!

  52. LOVE LOVE LOVE me some modge podge!!!!!!!

  53. I use it on all sorts of things. My most recent project is quilling!

  54. I use it on just about EVERYTHING I can get my hands on, You name I have or will try it!!!!! LOVE the effect it is able to help with slumped bottles and Sea Glass!!!!!!

  55. i love decoupaging small wooden accent pieces/home decor items….
    i can only image how beautiful they’d be with a hint of color from the modge podge!

  56. I would use mod podge for a wall art project that my husband asked me to make using a biblical verse from Numbers. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! 🙂

  57. I am wanting to try an new project of adding fabric to the travel size wipes for babies. I think that would make a great baby shower gift. 🙂

  58. I follow on facebook

  59. I have been wanting to try some rock apinting for my garden and the outdoors mod podge would be great.

  60. I would love to try the sparkle mod podge for a valentines day craft.

  61. I love mod podge. I want to try to make the boots overlaid with doilies….

  62. Love Mod Podge!! ❤ <3<3 So need this for Valentine;s and Easter projects!

  63. I am planning a fairy garden little girl’s room and this would help greatly in making those little touches that make the magic happen.

  64. I have been painting clay flower pots lately (with Plaid Folk Art paint). I would love to take some special wrapping paper and cut out the designs and affix to the pot with Mod Podge. The abilities of this product are endless.

  65. I use Mod Podge for every thing….;)

  66. I follow on Facebook.

  67. I follow you on facebook. would love to be able to use mod podge instead of white glu.

  68. On Plaid kids I love the “Monday Funday: Hearts a’ Flutter Bugs. ” My Grandson would love to make this and I am off for a few days so I think we’ll make this our project. Thanks for the giveaway.

  69. I tweeted about Mod Podge.

  70. I like plaid on Facebook.
    I love Mod Podge. It is so easy to use and it can be used so many ways. I am entering the giveaway and I would use my Mod Podge on decoupaged items. I just love the decoupage look.

  71. I use Mod Podge on most on my crafts art, I love the Plaid Kid’s Crafts,the one hit me was the Cereal Box Valentine Holders & the Crayon Organizer from Monkey See, Monkey Do

  72. I use Mod Podge on most on my crafts art,I like on facebook

  73. I like the DIY Earring Holder on your sister’s blog.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

  74. I would use it on a pair of shoes.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

  75. BTW, I ‘liked’ the Plaid pg.

  76. I’ve always wanted to give these products a try. The Outdoor one I’d use for some decorative clay pot designs for my plants. The others I would use for paper mache items, making things for my sister and cousins.

  77. I would put a picture onto a canvas to decorate the living room.

  78. i LOVE LOVE LOVE MY MOD PODGE. I just recently started to use it and everything i look at now is a possible “Mod Podge” make over. My hubby is keeping a close eye out on the truck. lol

  79. The Tissue Paper Valentine Vase looks like fun.

  80. I’m a fan of Plaid on FB

  81. I need a new wreath for the front door, so I’d love to have some MP to cover a flat wooden wreath base I have with some interesting papers.

  82. i follow on facebook!

  83. omg. i use modge podge for so much stuff! i’ve been making paper magnets using modge podge, so i would like to try the other varieties to see the way they finish.

  84. I would definitely use this for one of my decoupage projects where I take scrapbook paper onto a stretched canvas and add photo etc. Some new kinds of Mod Podge would be great to try. Thanks for the giveaway.

  85. My favorite project over at Kids crafts is definitely the Cereal box valentine holder!! I so want to make one of these for my son!!

  86. I am a follower on Facebook. I love Mod Podge but have only used the original, would like to try the other kinds.

  87. I would love to win some! I would use it on my Valentine Projects and some signs I am wanting to make! Thank you for the chance! I love Mod Podge!!

  88. I totally did not mention what I would use Mod Podge for! I have some sturdy shoe boxes that I want to cover with some of my favorite designer papers and I would use Mod Podge to do that. Plus the Mod Podge gives it a nice protective finish as well.

  89. I would love to try this mod podge gift set.

  90. I use Mod Podge in my many of my paper crafts. LOVE IT!

  91. I am a follower on facebook.

  92. I would use it to cover a clipboard with some pp.

  93. The flutter bugs on the kids site are really cute, and the cereal box Valentine holders are clever!

  94. I not only love giveaways, I really love Mod Podge giveaways! Thanks for the chance to win some.

  95. I follow Plaid on facebook!!

  96. I love working with Mod Podge and use it to make altered art items!!

  97. I’ve been a follower on Twitter for ages @Nettie06 and I’ve liked you on Facebook. I have a cooktop cover which I’d love to be able to brighten up using Mod Podge to decoupage.

  98. Have been a follower on Twitter for ages, @Nettie06. Liked you on Facebook too! I have a cook-top cover that I would love to freshen up and add interest to with decoupage.

  99. I would love to use the sparkle to coat a birthday crown idea I’ve been toying with!

  100. I love working with Mod Podge………love making gifts for friends and family and with my grandchildren.
    they have so much fun with crafts……….they are never too young to start………and valentines day too
    wow, what fun…..

  101. I would love to try some of those other Mod Podge formulas–like the Sparkle maybe for some Valentines crafts!

  102. I like Plaid on Facebook

  103. I love that crayon organizer on Plaid Kids Crafts

  104. Love Mod Podge! I use it for making jewelry!

  105. I would love to win the Mod Podge starter pack to make a decoupage lampshade or furniture piece with vacation pics.

  106. This is such a fun set! Thank you for the chance to win!

  107. I absolutely adore The Love Bug Gang!!!!!

  108. I love giveaways….and I really love Mod Podge!!!!

  109. I’d use the set to create many of the home decor wall hanging pieces I have in mind already. It would be wonderful to get it started with the giveaway! 🙂
    Thanks!

  110. I’m a follower on Twitter

  111. It would be nice to make a wooden frame for my God-daughter to display all her medals and prizes from volleyball matches. She is such a perspective player, I am very proud of her!

  112. I think I would make the desk storage set.

  113. My favorite project on the Kids Craft blog was the Love Bugs.

  114. What wouldn’t I use Mod Podge for? I’d be most interested in trying the sparkle version for some Valentine’s since I’ve never used that kind before. I’d also love to use the outdoor to make some easter decorations for the porch. Thanks for the chance to win.

  115. I would use these for the perfect finihs on my paper mache bowls !!

  116. I’m also a facebook follower

  117. I’m, also a facebook follower 🙂

  118. I would definitely use these to seal some projects as well as make some of the cool window clings featured on the Modge Podge Rocks blog today. Thanks for the chance!

  119. I have some old drawers that would make awesome shelving with some scrapbook paper and mod podge

  120. I would mod podge some picture frames.

  121. I plan on cutting some old cardboard boxes into magazine holders, and modge podge with material!

  122. I made templates of switch plates from clear page protectors. Then I printed out photos of things like horses, longhorn cattle, white labs, etc. I covered these pics with my templates to help plan the look of the switchplate. After cutting the pics to size, i then used spray adhesive to glue them to my plain white switchplate covers, hot glued the edges around the back of the plate, then modge podged the front. It makes it look like the switchplate is actually painted!

  123. i’m also a facebook follower!

  124. i have some ideas for storage containers id like to try!!!!!!!!!!!!

  125. I follow you on twitter. My handle is @CozyHomeScenes

  126. I’d like to win to try some of the new to me formulas to see if I want to buy them later. Probably woulld use them to decoupage hat boxes and vintage suitcases!

  127. I have some old vintage glass vases that I want to decoupage and I would like to experiment with tinted mod podge. I know I will think of a 1000 other things too.

  128. I’m a follower on Twitter, I’m @craftyenough

  129. Oh, how I would love to have this set to play with! I have an idea for some faux wood candles that I need some for.

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