Anyone else ever tried it? Was really wanting to make some of those jars with solar lights in them.. but feel it may be a waste of time?
The second thing that happened was about three weeks later. I had set the globe out in the garden exposed to a garden enviroment. I noticed that it looked dull, and when I went to pick it up, the ModPodge came off in a gooey mess. I managed to clean the stuff off the glass and save the marbles, but I had spent an awful lot of time on it!
The jury is still out here. My grand daughters used some colored with food coloring on some totems that they displayed at the county fair back in August. After they brought them home we has a little rain.. and whalaa!! NO more Mod Podge!! All washed off!!
help with my living room!
I think anything water based won’t really last long outdoors. It may be that the outdoor modpodge lasts longer. But the artwork modpodged on will still fade in the sun even if it does last better, say on a porch. I was thinking of suggesting that you gd’s paint the inside of the totems but then I realized that they often get some mist on the inside so that would make water based stuff soften.
I used Outdoor ModPodge on a glass marble garden globe I made. I was testing it out as I wanted to sell them in a craft show. Good thing I did a test first.
So I called the ModPodge company. The first thing they told me was that I wasn’t supposed to use it for outside! I said that the jar I bought said “outside” in big letters and the site claimed that it was for outdoor use. She just ignored what I said and told me that putting it outdoors was my problem.
Trying to convert our traditional doors to modern. Any ideas?
Good luck. I’m glad you asked as I’ve been wondering how best to color glass myself.
The jury is still out here. My grand daughters used some colored with food coloring on some totems that they displayed at the county fair back in August. After they brought them home we has a little rain.. and whalaa!! NO more Mod Podge!! All washed off!! Anyone else ever tried it? Was really wanti…
This means that if you want a decoupage item to sit on a covered porch where it is not exposed to weather 24 hours a day, you are fine using this formula by itself.
8. Can I use this formula on shoes? Absolutely! This is a formula that people frequently use to decoupage shoes since it’s highly water resistant. Just be sure to wipe your shoes off when you get home if you walk in puddles! You can also clean your shoes with a warm, wet cloth.
5. Which surfaces can I use this formula on? Wood, glass, terra cotta, tin, and anything porous. So yes, you can decorate your clay pots with this awesome formula!
August 9, 2019 by Amy
If you’ve been looking for a decoupage formula that you can use outside – you’re going to love this post. Have you heard of Mod Podge Outdoor? If not, I’m excited to share everything I know about this super-amazing formula! Let’s start with the obvious:
Cut the design out of the napkin, separate the layers and discard the two bottom white layers. Using your brush, apply a coat of Mod Podge over the design, allowing 15 – 30 minutes between coats. Let project dry inside at least 3 – 7 days before placing outdoors.
6. How do I use Outdoor Mod Podge with napkins? A light background works best. If you have a surface that is fairly dark, basecoat it first with your choice of FolkArt Outdoor or Multi-Surface acrylic paint.
Simple, right? Well, there are a few things you should know about this formula. First of all, Mod Podge Outdoor is not waterproof. It is HIGHLY water resistant.
Learn all about the Mod Podge Outdoor formula! Find out what it is, how to use it, and see some unique DIY projects you can make. Outdoor Mod Podge is going to be your new favorite craft supply!
Learn all about the Mod Podge Outdoor formula! Find out what it is, how to use it, and see some unique DIY projects you can make.