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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! The Products 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…

We simply never get tired of seeing pictures of us with you!!! Better yet WE LOVE when you scrap us!!!!! Check out this layout designed by Sandra Lavoie that was published in our Fall 2015 issue of Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine. SUPPLIES: Kaisercraft patterned paper and stickers, Stampin’Up! pressed clay mould and clay, Ranger Industries embossing powder, VersaMark ink, Michaels burlap, Doodlebug Designs twine, Plaid Mod Podge.  CLICK HERE to order your copy today! Sandra created this layout using the Kaisercraft Salty Kisses collection! What a great product name! and she used Plaid Mod Podge to keep everything in place! We would like to give a BIG THANK YOU to …. for being two of our We spend LOTS of time thanking our sponsors!!!!  WE LOVE THEM! They are the reason our events are so SUCCESSFUL!!!!  THANK YOU! Can’t wait to see you all next weekend in Edmonton and a few weeks away…

The Plaid booth is a busy, busy place at the Craft & Hobby show. Perhaps most of us think of Plaid for its well-known product:  Mod Podge. Part of this line now includes a dimensional embellishment you can make, called “Mod Melts,” where you fill silicone molds with heated ‘Mod Podge’ glue sticks. Plaid also has a few brands of craft paints that most of you are familiar with:  Delta, FolkArt and Apple Barrel.  These brands also have a huge assortment of stencils. There are lots of fun projects on display! For more product information and inspiring projects, please click HERE and visit the Plaid website.

Thinking of You Card by Jayme Loge First the steps: Start by stamping a background onto some cardstock, using waterproof ink. I used Clearsnap’s Archival Dye inks for this step. I stamped two images in the background (the small dots are a Hero Arts for Doodlebug Designs stamp, and the script is by Stampin’ Up!). Next, get ready for some inky fun! I took a used dryer sheet and cut it into 2″ squares, and spritzed them with three colours of Clearsnap  Smooch Spritz. Once they were dry, I mod podged them over top of the background I stamped earlier. Once it was dry, I tore off edges and tied some ribbon around it before attaching it to an embossed background. I punched the butterfly out of a double sided adhesive sheet and applied some Clearsnap glitter to it, then attached it to the ribbon. Last step was stamping…