Sunday 21 April 2013

The 'showcase' of Mod podge continues!!!

Hello everyone!

Good morning! How are you all? Isn't the summer unbearable already? :-/ I feel like sitting in an air conditioned room all day and do nothing! :-D

Well, before I forget what I'm here for (Yes, I'm capable of that, I almost forgot that it's my turn to post today!! :)) let me share whatever I wanted to. :)

I have a pretty wall decoration and two cards to share. For those of you whose eyebrows are raised, let me tell you that I've a habit of making many cards in the process of making the one I planned to. :)

So here they are... (Since Mod Podge is the product of the month, all my three creations have mod podge on this)

The first one a 6x6 wall decoration. I couldn't hang it on to the wall and take a picture as the pictures taken indoors are coming out horribly.
 Zoom in the picture to have a look at how mod podge looks... used satin finish mod podge for this one.... I used mod podge matte to glue everything down onto an MDF chip board.

Applied mod podge to the flowers too...There is good collection of flowers available at Crafters Corner.

Supplies list-
For the wall decoration-
PP- Zephyr paper pad.
Tumbled glass and mustard seed distress inks
Flowers, label, doilies and glitter balls- Stash

The second one is a card...

Oh yes, I know it is pretty! :-p

Did you notice the black 'grainy' black band on the top of the card? What do think that is? It's Semolina (Suji) mod podged onto the card stock! :) I don't have pictures of how I did but it's simple...

Take a strip (whatever size you want...)of CS and apply mod podge on it. sprinkle Semolina on it. See that there are no gaps. Take some Mod podge in a bowl, mix acrylic color of your choice and apply on the layer of Semolina. Let it dry. 

By the way, isn't the bee stamp adorable? You want one? Get it HERE. :) I sooo love the tiny pink flowers. They are Kaiser crafts flowers.

Supplies list-

PP- Rondelle aper pad
Cheery Lynn Lace corner deco dies
Mod podge Satin finish
Kaiser crafts flowers
Stamp- Lawn Fawn 'Bee mine'

The last one to share is a card again...

See the finishing of Mod podge? I'm in love with this product!
Hope you like them...

Supplies list-
PP- Romance Novel paper pad
Mod podge Satin finish
Tumbled glass , spun sugar distress inks
Eiffel tower die
Sentiment- MME- The sweetest thing honey
MS doily lace punch
Pearls- Stash

That's all from me! Have you entered the challenge yet? Click HERE for details. You still have 9 days to enter...

See you!! Have a great day...

If you have any queries regarding any product, you can get in contact with Shalini -


  1. awesome... all of them r outstanding and lovely use of semolina and verrrry nice colours...

  2. specially loved the pink and black card , the sooji effect looks wowww

    1. Try it's super fun! :) Thanks for the compliment...

  3. Holy s***... This is amazing stuff... that eiffel tower is gorgeous and so is that wall piece... WTG Sindhu!

    1. You scared me Khush! I thought you didn't like these! :p
      Thanks so much :)

  4. Amazing cards, fabulous job, unbelievable presenataion......hats off to you..... i loved it completely......a big wow.....

    1. Who wouldn't like to hear something like this? :) Thanks Shalini :)

  5. Beautiful ..Beautiful wall hanging and absolutely gorgeous cards too ..I agree with what everyone says your semolina use looks just fabulous !!!..All your three projects are just amazing Sindhu :)

  6. Lovely projects. The use of suji for texturing is a brilliant idea.

  7. Lovely Wall hanging and gorgeous cards Sindhu !

  8. Gorgeous..Saying it in a sing song voice.Semolina.Brilliant idea.All the projects are super pretty.My fav is the second one though.That suji stole my heart.Hee hee.

  9. you have worked magic with your creativity and ,.....some modpodge....

  10. lovely cards, like the Semolina donr one the card, and Mod podge rules,lol !!!!!


We would love to hear from you !