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    Default Article: Homemade Modge Podge (Decoupage Glue)

    Make your own decoupage glue with 2 very simple basic ingredients for a mere fraction of the cost of the name brand product, plus learn the difference of when you should use homemade and when you should splurge on the real thing!

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    I like that the author gives us the additional tips on "the difference in the products and the verdict". I am not familiar with the Mod Podge.

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    This is a useful home project. I would like to try this. Thanks for posting.

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    I have used this for years and it is great - but as said if it needs to stand up to hard wear and tear beast to use proper stuff xx

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    I made my own podge glue with 2 parts white glue and 1 part water BUT I also put in 2 tablespoons of varnish. It gives that shine and ''hardness'' plus it doesnt go yellow. Try it

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    Sounds great. Will try this one out.

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    Thanks for the yellowing tip. Was wondering if I could use this on wallpaper scraps for the front of an old chest. Guess the best would be real in this case.

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    I am wondering if you spray or paint your project with a glossy coat or transparent paint, will it prevent it from coloring and cracking?

    For some projects, I want the yellowing and cracking. Like maps on dresser tops then a nice piece of glass over top. I'd like they coloring and antique look.

 

 
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