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It’s National Mod Podge Week and I’m so excited to be streaming live later today (May 17th, 2019) at 2 p.m. sharing a fun Mod Podge craft! I’ve been celebrating for three years now…check out my previous Mod Podge craft ideas including this Herb Planter, Mod Podge Screen Printing, and more! Today I want to share with you a NEW Mod Podge product, Mod Podge ULTRA! Mod Podge Ultra is the same Mod Podge formula you know and love, but it comes as a spray, which is “ultra” convenient and so easy to use!! Let’s walk through these easy Fabric Vases that you can make for the perfect teacher gift idea, baby shower favor, bridal shower favor, or even graduation party centerpiece!
Mod Podge Ultra Project: How to Make Fabric Vases
What you need:
Mod Podge Ultra
How to make Mod Podge Fabric Vases:
These fun little fabric vases are SO simple to make…they would make the perfect teacher gift ideas, baby shower favor ideas, and more. Start by picking up a cheap set of ramekins and succulents at your local Walmart. I got the ramekins for $1 each and the succulents for $4 each. You also need fabric to coordinate with your theme cut into smaller squares or circles depending on the look you want to go for.
Next up, I use my Mod Podge Ultra to saturate the fabric so that it will easily mold the shape of the “vase” or ramekin. As a side note–you can use ANY side vase you’d like, large or small, to make this project work! Once the fabric is good and dripping wet, set your ramekin in the center and then flip it over so that the fabric drapes over top of the ramekin and will dry to take it’s shape.
I like to use a hair tie to gently hold everything in place, as well as ensure that it forms the shape you want it to! Be sure to prop it up on something tall enough so that the fabric doesn’t rest on the tabletop and bend in directions you don’t like!
Let it dry for 2-3 hours and if it’s not firm enough, then spray it again with the Mod Podge Ultra and let dry. Once it’s dry, insert your succulent in the middle and enjoy your cute little creation!
I just love the pretty, ruffly tops that come from the fabric naturally draping with the Mod Podge Ultra drying on it. It looks very fun and whimsical. You can always consider wrapping these with twine, adding glitter or paint to the insides (like I did with the white fabric one above) or adding cute little printable “toppers” inside of them to make them the perfect thank you gift!
Be sure to tune in on my Facebook page later today at 2 p.m. EST for my Facebook Live tutorial on how to make these cute little Fabric Vases!! You can enter to win a $50 Mod Podge Prize Package!