Do you decoden? If you’re not familiar with the term, it’s a craft from Japan that is the art of decorating with trinkets. Basically, more is better! I lived in Japan for three years, and fell in love with the culture and, especially, all things crafty. I love the over the top nature of decoden, and I’m so excited to finally find decoden making products here in the USA, exclusively at Michael’s craft stores! Mod Podge Collage Clays are perfect for decoden making.
- Collage Clay – A light weight whipped clay
- Mod Molds – resuable, durable silicon molds
- Mod Melts – sticks that you melt in a high temp hot glue gun to use with the molds
- Podgeable Glitters – specially designed to give you exactly the amount of glitter you need
- Collage Drizzle Paint – perfect for extra drama and dimension to your designs
(Please note that while this product is very child-like, it is not recommended for children ages 12 and under, and the product is not edible. Small parts are a choking hazard for children. That said, my young daughter is obsessed with Mod Melts and has decorated her entire doll house with embellishments we made together. Use at your own discretion.)
I’ve made several decoden projects already, and I’m excited to share my favorite project with you. I embellished a blue mason jar to make an adorable storage container! Here’s how I did it.
- Collage Clay in pink and white
- Mod Melts Mold:
- Mod Melts Sticks
- Drizzle Paint
- Mason Jar
- Wood Tag
Are you ready to try out Collage Clay? Plaid Crafts is giving away a TON of Mod Podge Decoden products in their latest giveaway. Go HERE to enter.
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