Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Mod Podge DOES Rock!

Remember these?




Well, Kristincita said...
I had blue geese in my first kitchen! I think you should hold onto them but give them a fresh facelift. You could paint them black or white and they apply vinyl numbers 1.2.3.4. You'll always remember what was underneath but they deserve a new spring coat! (of paint)
She was right!
And I was all set to paint them and put some
 vinyl numbers on them, when I remembered this
 photo I pinned a few weeks ago.

BHG
Fabric covered buckets! Such cuteness!
 I must say, I really prefer using Mod Podge on fabric rather than paper. 
I did a few projects with paper and Mod Podge, and it wasn't a ton of fun.
But fabric has some stretch to it, making it easier to get the wrinkles out.

I must do a few more!

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25 comments:

{northern cottage} said...

mmmm YOU ROCK!

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

YES YOU ROCK! and mod podge is the vehicle that helps you rock even more! awesome! adorable!

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

Turned out awesome! Love the fabric colors! Have a wonderful day!1

NanaDiana said...

Those turned out GREAT! I like ModPodge on fabric, too, rather than on paper. xo Diana

Jaime said...

Suzanne from one mod podge lover to another! Such a cute transformation, much more fabulous than those dated trees. And I agree fabric works better than paper and has a much smoother feel in the edge than lumpy sticky paper. Makes me want to do some.

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

You are rocking those canisters! Now they are cute enough to display again.

Korrie@RedHenHome said...

Super cute! Great update.

Dagmar said...

❤love what you have done..now there will be a mad rush to the thrift store to get some canisters to recover with fabric! Great choices btw...xo

Josie said...

I have never Mod Podged fabric! Never thought of it. Your canisters are so pretty :)

golonghorns said...

How awesome is that? You have just inspired my Easter basket for this year! Woot!!!

Battfam said...

Love them!

Sheri Howard said...

Love the fabric!

Gayle said...

Looks great! Perhaps you could find some little knobs for the top of the lids to change them even more!

Roseanna said...

Okay, those are just gorgeous! You did such a fab job on those canisters.
What do you store in them?

Little Vintage Cottage said...

Those look fabulous! I remember when you posted them I thought to myself that they would be cute to transform... great job!!

Tania

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Hi Suzanne~ This is my first time here. I'm visiting from your house feature over at No Minimalist Here. Love your blog and am now following you!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

I love the springy fabrics! I thought the same thing when I saw those canisters. Only I was thinking paint, because they look like the vintage green ones I have with painted flowers and a glass knob on the lids. Now that I see them, I like the fabric much better. It pays to hang on to that stuff(if you have room)!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Suzanne, These turned out so cute! Now I need to try mod podge on fabric. xo, Sherry

classic • casual • home said...

great blog! Here from No Minimalist Here.

A Cottage Muse said...

Great idea, so cute!!

Polly said...

super cute!

kristincita said...

So fun!!! Thanks so much for the shoutout. I feel important!
Kristin M

Emily@TheWickerHouse said...

I have never tried mod podge with fabric before.... but I'm totally doing it now. These are adorable.

House Crazy in Michigan! said...

Totally adorable idea and final product! And, I was thinking when I read your post...well there's always ESTY!

What will you store in your fresh new canisters? Flowers? Koolaid? Teabags? Clothepins? Please be sure to let us know...

Small House/Big Sky Donna
http://smallhouseunderabigsky.wordpress.com

Anita @ GoingALittleCoastal said...

The polka dot one is my favorite!!

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