Plaid Mod Podge has truly been around since the beginning of time! Okay maybe not the beginning but they are celebrating Mod Podge’s 50th Anniversary! I remember using Mod Podge when I was at Whitney Lake camp in grade 4. The art teacher brought in this huge container and we all poured it into little styrofoam bowls and dipped those big long wooden paintbrushes into it. The project back then was most definitely a balloon covered in string smothered in Mod Podge to create paper mache. Good times!
Not much has changed today. Plaid continues to make Mod Podge products that maintain a high quality crafting standard.
The number of products with the Mod Podge name has definitely increased through out the years – they are no longer only known for their water based sealer, glue and finishes. Now you can purchase everything from foam brushes, molds, spray sealers and SO MUCH MORE!
Trolling through their website I was totally inspired by all their projects. All sorts of nifty tutorials that include all the instructions and products needed. A great resource for little diy projects or a fun project or two for all you teachers out there at camp! Here are a few favourites that I found.
Visit the Plaid website to download the instructions and the product sheet.
The Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnivals
A BIG HUGE thank you to Plaid for once again sponsoring The Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnivals in Edmonton and Calgary this fall. We would love to see you at one of the events! The crop are is sold out in both Edmonton and Calgary BUT our Carnivals are open to the public ALL DAY LONG!
Take a class, do some shopping, have a coffee and get inspired! CLICK HERE for all the details.