Yay! It’s DIY Tuesdays again!
Today I’ve made (or am in the process of making, I should say) a fabric bowl with the assistance of the humble DIY staple, Mod Podge.
Let’s be honest, Mod Podge does just about anything. Want to transfer a family photo on to a canvas like a pro? No problem. Want to make your favourite mug glow in the dark? Mod Podge can do that too. I’m pretty sure you could live off the stuff. (Disclaimer: please do not do that.)
Anyway, today Mod Podge is making us a super-cute bowl made out of funky fabric. As you’ve probably noticed, today’s DIY Tuesdays is in two parts. This is because I am super-unorganised and only just realised this is a 24-hour job. Plus I got home late because I was assisting my lovely boyfriend/partner in crime Chris with an audition for his short film, which was pretty great. This explains why the photos below are dark: the light disappears quickly in Tasmania in the winter!
But without further ado, part 1 of my attempt at a Mod Podge fabric bowl (If you’re looking for Part 2, head this way!):
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