Valentine’s mod podge diy craft ideas

I absolutely adore seasonal decor and decorating.  

Of course next is

Valentines day!

Love it, and today I am sharing some Valentine’s Mod podge diy craft ideas.

Last year I did a few mod podge projects and this year I would like to step it up a bit.

So easy, and so rewarding at the end.

How about I share with you some inspiration I found, and perhaps you will see a few of these at my own hand soon.

{Martha Stewart}

Mod podged letters using scrap paper with some pretty embellishments.

These letters can be purchased at any hobby/craft store.

Next….

These jars with tissue paper are so cute.

this is right up my alley

hmmm…how about a can?

YES!

You can even purchase these votives at the Dollar tree with some tissue paper and you have a fun, inexpensive one of a kind votive.

 [little BGCG}

I think these  are beautiful

laced mod podge mason jars would look gorgeous at a wedding

{Plaid kids crafts}

This pretty diy

heart/vintage gift tag would make for the perfect embellishment

{plaid crafts}

and last…..some of

my very own

Mod podged Valentine vintage graphics on dollar tree candles.

My latest,

my Plate is full is one of my favs.

You may view my

MOD PODGE

gallery for more inspired ideas.

 Just a friendly reminder…

that our

All things Valentine’s dollar tree party

will be  going live

Thursday.

Looking forward to all the inspiration.

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  1. says

    Such beautiful projects, Debbie–I love the lacy jars and the letters, but I really like the candles you made with the vintage images! So nice to hear from you, and sorry it took me so long to get back. Since you wrote, my computer completely died, we had the hard drive cloned and we got a new computer to replace it, so I’ve been offline for a few days. Also got a DSLR camera, my first, so I’ve been working to figure out how to use it–finally got my first pictures taken and loaded on my computer–yay! Now it’ll take me about a year to figure out how to shoot in manual mode :) I’ll see you at the party tomorrow!

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