I love scrapbook paper (even though I don’t scrapbook–go figure). I also have a long time love of decoupage. Paper and glue just go together and I have been combining the two as long as I can remember. It is also easy enough that the kids can help. They like to “paint” the glue on for me. A spring craft-a-palooza is about to start here in the corner so I thought I would share some of the ideas that are fueling this decoupage fever.
1 Sometimes a little bit goes a long way as you can see from the Modge Podge Rocks Blog!
2 This cute trio from Craftown has a message.
3 This tutorial from 1st Bar features a pretty fabric covered pot. Fabric is a little pricier than scrapbook paper but if I find the right print, it would be worth it for this look.
4 Using Napkins and modge podge gives this pot a dreamy romantic look. Though I am not going for romantic in the kitchen, it would be beautiful in the bedroom.
5 This beautiful tutorial from With a Dash of Color using modge podge to transfer an image is breathtaking! I am going to try this when I plant some flowers by the pool. There are a ton of neglected pots out back just waiting for this!
6 How to Decoupage Flower Pots from Petite Planet. This cute tutorial is exactly the kind of look I am going for in the kitchen. My plan is create a cute spring vignette on our bay window sill.
These crafters came up with very different, but equally inspiring versions of the modge podge spring flower pot. I can’t wait to find the perfect paper or fabric and show you my version next week!