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Are you tired of washing paint brushes and getting glazes and glues on your fingers? We are sharing our secret with you here. These Nail Polish bottles filled with Mod Podge are fantastic for coating paper and graphics for crafters who specialize in glass tiles, scrabble tiles, bottle caps, paper beads and so much more.

I love using this method to coat the backs of glass pieces when making glass dome jewelry,and for coating the front and back of my graphics.

No more messy brushes. No more messy fingers.

This listing is only for the nail polish bottle filled with Mod Podge. The Mod Podge container shown here is only for reference and it is not included. The information from the Mod Podge bottle is shown in full to explain how the product is to be used.

I put a pinch of our special sparkle in my Mod Podge. The effect is amazing.
Here is a link to the sparkle dust:

I love Mod Podge because you can use it on ink jet printed graphics and the ink will not run. May glazes and glues will react with inks and ruin your project. Mod Podge has never let me down.

Using this method, I print my graphic on card stock. I use Epson Presentation Paper which is a matte card stock. I use an Epson Artisan 837 Color Ink Jet Printer. I punch out my graphic/image with a punch or cut it out to fit the bezel tray I am using for my project. I 'paint' on a moderate coating of Mod Podge onto the back/flat side of my glass. I take my graphic and position it onto the glass so I can see the image looking through the domed/top of the glass. I kind of slide my graphic around a bit to be sure there are no air bubbles or uncoated areas. Then I align my glass and graphic and I set the glass down on a table to dry. I usually put a piece of paper down to protect the surface but this is not a messy project and no Mod Podge should seep out. I let it dry overnight but it is usually dry within 6-12 hours depending on how thick you painted on your Mod Podge. Once dry you may want to coat the back of your cardstock with a coating of Mod Podge. The purpose of this is because when you adhere the finished glass cabochon into your bezel the glue may soak/seep through your paper and ruin your image. E6000 is a good, strong jewelers glue. Another option is to adhere the glass into the bezel with one of our adhesive seals. If you use a seal you will not need to coat the back with Mod Podge.

As with all crafts, it is good to test your specific paper/ink/glue/bezel with Mod Podge to be sure everything works perfectly for you before you do a mass production order.

Here is a link to our E6000)

Here is a link to our Adhesive Seals and Glass Section:

I love the way my graphs turn out using this method!

I am not sure what the rules are about shipping a craft glue internationally since this is not in the original container. Customs may not allow the item through so please keep that in mind if you are ordering for international delivery. You will want to check on the rules of your particular country and we are not responsible.

Mod Podge in a Bottle with Brush Applicator, .5 oz - Great for Glass Tile Making with Ink Jet Prints, Paper Bead Making, No Mess - USA

$2.75 USD
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