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Quick Ornament DIY - Christmas Star

Use Mod Podge and papier-mâché blanks to create custom holiday décor.

At a Glance:

#6450 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

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Mod Podge ® Mod Melts - Clear Sea Glass

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Mod Podge ® Mod Melter

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Mod Podge ® Gloss, 8 oz.

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Other Supplies

Paper mache star, Paintbrush, Scrapbook paper, Scissors, Velvet holly leaves, Red button


  1. Trim the paper to fit the top of the star.
  2. Apply Mod Podge to the back of the paper and position onto the star. Smooth with your fingers to remove any air bubbles. Allow to dry for 15 min and then top-coat with a layer of Mod Podge.
  3. Use the Mod Melter to glue the holly leaves and button to the ornament.
  • PROJECT TIP: When you decoupage on odd sized items, it is best to make a scrap-paper template before cutting into your decorative paper.

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Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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