Do It Yourself: Homemade Mod Podge

StayAtHomeMadeMom.com shows you how to make homemade mod podge.

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  1. Dessy says

    I thought about making it but Amy from ‘Mod Podge Rocks’ explained that it’s okay for something you don’t want to keep for long but it yellows and cracks over time so if you want to keep something for a long time or will be using it daily it’s better to use a coupon for the real thing at the craft store of your choice. :)

  2. says

    I’m not sure if I should be thrilled to find such a great way to save a load of money on something I use a lot of or mad at myself for shelling out the shelf price of Mod Podge for so long! LOL I’ll be trying this one very soon.

  3. says

    I remember the first time I saw a recipe for homemade modge podge, I was pretty disgusted that I’d actually paid for it before! 1/2 glue, 1/2 water. Sheesh!!

  4. Melissa says

    I actually found this on Pinterest and tried to make it for a Pinterest party. It DOES NOT work. There is no comparison to the homemade recipe and the real Mod Podge. It does not have the same strength and does not work as well. It would be better to just use the school glue right out of the jar and leave out the water.

    In my area, Mod Podge is 7.99 at Hobby Lobby, it is 8.99 at Michaels and 9.99 at Jo-anns. Depending on the sales and coupons available, it is really easy NOT to spend $8, even if not on sale and using a coupon at Hobby Lobby. School glue is almost as much as Mod Podge at Hobby Lobby with a coupon. It is a total waste of resources to make a product that does not even work.