Have you crafted with foam core board yet?  It’s one of my latest crafting obsessions.  My other long time crafting must use is Mod Podge, and I’m excited to show you a new Mod Podge stencil product that I think you will love as much as I do.

 One of the first craft blogs I started reading and following was Mod Podge Rocks.  I love Amy Anderson’s style, especially that she’s not afraid of bright colors and bold patterns.  So it’s no surprise to me that she developed a line of stencils for Plaid Crafts.  There are several fun patterns to choose from, but I was drawn to the Starlite stencil (ahem, just see my page header to know why!)

As I mentioned in my intro, I’ve been doing a lot of crafting with foam core board.  I buy it at Dollar Tree and it’s a fun item to craft with.  For this project, I’m going to make a monogram that I can use to decorate my craft wall with.


  • Mod Podge Stencil in Starlite
  • Foam Core Board
  • Mod Podge
  • Spray Paint
  • Glitter

Step one:  Draw or stencil the letter onto your foam board and cut it out.

Step two:  Spray paint the letter.

Step three:  Press the adhesive stencil onto the letter.  Use a spouncer to apply Mod Podge to the stencil, then remove the stencil.
(Quick aside here…if you haven’t tried adhesive stencils yet, DO IT!  I love that they cling to your surface, and they are perfect for curved surfaces like glasses.  I prefer adhesive stencils because your design doesn’t “bleed”.)

 See what I mean?  Perfect impression with no “bleeding” of the medium you used.  Here you can see the Mod Podged design.

Step four:  Add glitter to the monogram.  Shake off excess.  Repeat steps 1-4 to finish the design.

You will likely have glitter stuck to the entire surface.  Let the project dry for at least an hour, then use a soft brush to remove the excess glitter.

Here’s my pretty, shimmery monogram!  It’s light enough that I could turn it into a magnet if I wanted to.  For now, it’s going over my craft desk to mark my space.  I hope you’ll give this a try, and definitely check out the new Mod Podge Stencils.  You can see all the available designs here.

Disclosure:  This is not a compensated post.  I did receive product to review, but all ideas and opinions are 100% my own.


  1. This is really great! Using foam board is such an easy and inexpensive way to craft. And I am a huge fan of anything mod podge and will have to try the new stencils!


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