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How to Create a Paper Quilt using Mod Podge!

This how-to post is for all quilters out there who love to decoupage OR maybe it is for those who lo

"Paper Hexagon *quilt*"   [by: Lesley Zellers]   [how to link:   http://www.recipeforcrazy.com/2011/07/p-is-for-part-one.html]   'h4d' 120806

DIY paper quilt on canvas.this idea is so versatile and would make such a fun dessert table backdrop. Love this because I have hexagon dies to cut this out. One "swipe" one complete Hexie

Paper Quilt  This is a great idea for that craft paper you can't bear to use because it's so beautiful. OR if you want to plan the coloring of a real quilt - great for visualizing

45+ Crafty Ideas for Home Decor You Can Make Yourself

Wall art - 20 ways to Mod Podge a canvas. - Mod Podge Rocks | Mod Podge Rocks

Wall art – 20 ways to Mod Podge canvas

Apparently, I've been missing out on this side of crafting. I was recently introduced to Mod Podge. I have to say… pretty AWESOME! Can't wait to try a project! Need an awesome gift idea? Here are Mod Podge craft tutorials!

Common Core Lesson Plan - Quarter Circle Paper Quilt

Art Projects for Kids: Paper Quilts. This website has lots of great collaborative projects that would be great for the auction.

Sizzix Die Cutting Inspiration and Tips: Colorful Paper Quilt by Catherine Matthews

Art from the Heart by Catherine Scanlon Designs: Throwback Thursday: Mother's Day Quilt Art Tutoria.

Brilliant & Unexpected Ways to Use Mod Podge

22 Brilliant & Unexpected Ways to Use Mod Podge

Mod Podge an old bed sheet onto an old suitcase for a super fun project! (put the glue on the suitcase and add fabric. Smooth it down and trim excess fabric off with an exacto knife once it's dry. Give a top coat of Mod Podge glue to seal the fabric.

Once upon a time, I used to quilt . I wasn't super-great at it, but I loved it and had fun. I think it's the graphic designer  in me seeing ...

Create Art With Me! Easy origami paper quilt using samurai hats/helmets

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Although it looks intimidating, practice makes perfect. This "Sunbonnet Sue" appliqué is easy and fun.