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Mod Podge Stained Glass House

By: Amy Anderson
Amy Anderson
Amy Anderson
I am a 32-year-old transplant from Seattle living in Atlanta, Georgia. I was born from creative genes, so I'm carrying on the tradition. I have been knitting for 17 years, sewing for longer and decoupaging for just a few. I do all of these things on a daily basis, or at least as much as I can. Follow my crafting adventures on the ModPodgeRocks blog.
Here's a crafty decoupage project you can do with the kids.
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Skill Level: Intermediate
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Supplies

Apple Barrel ® Colors - White, 2 oz.
Item #20503
Versatile, high quality acrylic paint for crafts. Excellent coverage. Fast-drying. Use on all porous surfaces. All colors are AP certified non-toxic and waterbased.

$0.99

Mod Podge ® Wash Out For Kids, 8 oz.
Item #CS11294
Kids love messy crafts, but adults hate the clean-up! We took care of that for you! Mod Podge Wash Out is specially formulated to wash out of clothes and off of surfaces! Now you can relax when you craft with the kids. Mod Podge ® is an all in one decoupage glue, sealer and finish.

$8.29

Other Supplies
Paper mache house with removable roof
Tissue paper in your choice of colors
Cardstock in coordinating colors
Scissors
Craft glue
1 small white button
Ric rac trim in your choice of color

Instructions

  1. Paint your paper mache house in the color of your choice. I recommend going with White or a very light color so the tissue paper stands out better. Paint several coats and let dry.
  2. Cut tissue paper into squares—enough to cover the house.
  3. Use Mod Podge Washout to adhere all the squares to the house in a random pattern. Keep Mod Podging the house and adding tissue paper until the house is completely covered. Let dry.
  4. Trim any tissue paper that overlaps the edges using the scissors.
  5. Cut the cardstock to make a door and two windows, as well as any other pieces of the house you like (transom, chimney, etc.).
  6. Mod Podge these cardstock pieces to the house and let dry.
  7. Glue a button to the front door as a knob.
  8. Glue ric rac trim around the edge of the roof – trim and let dry.
  9. Let dry 24 hours before using.
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