Welcome back to Part 2 of my DIY Tuesdays Mod Podge fabric bowl tutorial! If you’re only just checking in (or if you need a refresher), you can find Part 1 right here.
I’m so excited to see how this bowl has turned out, so without further ado, let’s get on with it!
Okay! So let’s review. We’ve glued our fabric strips on to our bowl and left it to dry overnight.
Once you’ve let it dry for 24 hours, carefully take your bowl out and peel the cling wrap off your fabric bowl.
Carefully cut off the excess material with a pair of sharp scissors. Try to make the edges as smooth and even as possible.
At this point, you can either leave it as it is, or cut long strip of another colour of fabric to edge your bowl with. I chose pink to contrast the black and blue of my bowl. Use your tacky craft glue to glue your fabric around the edge of your bowl, leaving about an inch overhang, then fold it over to complete the edging.
And voilà! Your Mod Podge fabric bowl is complete! How cute is it!? I know I’ll be using mine to store my jewellery and bits and pieces in.
My bowl has turned out so adorable. The edges aren’t perfect and it’s a bit lop-sided (due to my accidental squishing), but I love it. You can use it to store fruit, jewellery, stationary items… the possibilities are endless.
Thank you so much for following my Mod Podge fabric bowl tutorial! If you decide to make one too, let me know – I’d love to see how you go! Now I’m off to try and make some small ones too! 🙂
Much love always,
What’s your favourite Mod Podge project? Let me know in the comments below!