Mod Podge Turns 45!
Made in the U.S.A
|One of the most versatile and enduring products in Plaid's history, Mod Podge--the original, all-in-one glue-sealer-finish--turns 45 this year! |
30 new Mod Podge products will be introduced, including innovative formulas, tools and Podgeable Shapes and Papers created by Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza.
Plaid's digital and social media will introduce dozens of new projects and videos, and sponsor contests and giveaways.
Mod Podge Rocks, a 130-page book published by Lark Crafts and written by Amy Anderson now out with 40+brand new projects created by Amy and dozens of popular decoupage crafters.
Be sure to check to out the Plaid Pinterest Boards as well as the Mod Podge Rocks Pinterest Boards Pinterest Boards.
Why Mod Podge?
It's no wonder Mod Podge is the world's favorite cut-and-paste go-to decoupage formula. "There isn't any trend Mod Podge doesn't touch," believes Brand Manager Connie Lanham. Accessories, walls, storage and organization, man-crafting, mixed media, dimensional altered art, jewelry, fashion, gifts, glitter and personalizing are but a few reasons crafters love and use Mod Podge.
Our all-in-one glue-sealer-finish is also quick, easy, versatile and fun, appeals to all ages and is perfect for all crafts. Mod Podge is non-toxic, waterbase and USA-made--important qualities respected by crafters worldwide.
A Bit of History
Decoupage was all the rage in the '60s, but quite tedious, requiring layers of varnish and sanding. In 1967, decoupage devotee Jan Wetstone introduced a fast and easy alternative: Mod Podge, a takeoff on modern decoupage. The time-tested waterbase, non-toxic formula has long been manufactured by Plaid in Atlanta.
Mod Podge is one of the top 10 best selling products in craft stores. It's sold nationwide in over 10,000 retail outlets: mass merchants, craft chains, independent craft retailers and is available worldwide in 40 countries.
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