Coffee Table Makeover - I love the shape and lines of Mr. Man's vintage '70's coffee table, but the finish is badly worn and not worth stripping.  I don't want to paint it either, so this looks like a great idea.  I'm thinking an old art book or vintage magazine ads.

Coffee Table Makeover - I love the shape and lines of Mr. Man's vintage '70's coffee table, but the finish is badly worn and not worth stripping. I don't want to paint it either, so this looks like a great idea. I'm thinking an old art book or vintage magazine ads.

Fabric on furniture! wowzers! Modge Podge + fabric + poly + spray sealant = furniture makeover!

Fabric on furniture! wowzers! Modge Podge + fabric + poly + spray sealant = furniture makeover!

How to Decoupage Properly.  This is not a fast craft.  You must have patience and work on it bit by bit.  So if you are making a gift of decoupage, start it early to give enough time for it to be properly sealed and so it will last.

How to Decoupage Properly. This is not a fast craft. You must have patience and work on it bit by bit. So if you are making a gift of decoupage, start it early to give enough time for it to be properly sealed and so it will last.

15 comic book crafts using Mod Podge. - Mod Podge Rocks

15 comic book crafts using Mod Podge

Shut. Up! Mod Podge fabric to a side table, pour resin on top, let it dry overnight into something fabulous!

Shut. Up! Mod Podge fabric to a side table, pour resin on top, let it dry overnight into something fabulous!

Protected finish for table after using modge podge - Once it was completely dry, I painted two coats of clear satin finish (recommended to me by Karla Nathan ~ the Queen of painting).

Protected finish for table after using modge podge - Once it was completely dry, I painted two coats of clear satin finish (recommended to me by Karla Nathan ~ the Queen of painting).

I found a table similar to this-- I painted it almond and used a glossy paint... I think if I ever do it again I'll use a matte paint for the base and depend on the lacquer for the shine.

I found a table similar to this-- I painted it almond and used a glossy paint... I think if I ever do it again I'll use a matte paint for the base and depend on the lacquer for the shine.

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