Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Giveaway and an Easy Project: Mog Podge Dimensional Magic

This giveaway is now closed!

Today Plaid is letting me giveaway Mod Podge Dimensional Magic and a jar of Mod Pogde to one lucky winner!



More details about the giveaway at the bottom of the post!

Here is another easy project that you can do with Dimensional Magic!

These birthday cards are my favorite to make for kids! And since I have LOTS of nieces and nephews I make a bunch! This is always my go-to card for youngsters! It is quick, easy and personal!

Here is what you will need:
Paper- 1 plain color and one decorative
circle cutter or something circular to trace
adhesive
Markers
OPTIONAL: Sewing machine and thread (not pictured)

1. Cut out 2 circles from your paper. You decorative paper should be a bigger circle than your plain color. My circles are 5.5" and 4.5"

2. Write your sentiment on the plain color circle and draw an easy picture like balloons.
You can also print out your sentiment from your computer on your paper before you cut it out if you don't like your writing.

3. Adhere your plain circle to your decorative circle

4. Optional: Sew a zig-zag stitch around your smaller circle (I love the way the stitching looks!)

5. Use Dimensional Magic to highlight your features. I put it over the balloons and the letters. Let dry for 3 hours.

Here is what it looks like all done. The balloons and letters have a shiny glass like finish to it.
Here is a better shot of what it looks like.


AND NOW FOR THE GIVEAWAY!

Here is how you enter. Leave a separate comment for each one
1. Mandatory: Tell me what kind of craft you would make with Dimensional Magic!
2. Followers of F&J get and extra entry (Because we love you!)
3. Visit Paint me Plaid and tell me your favorite project.


US residents only!
Giveaway ends Tuesday 8/17/10 at midnight (CST) I will announce the winner at the top of my blog under the "Important Information" heading.
Good luck!





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141 comments :

StepThruCrazy said...

I would love to try some pendants and rings with that stuff! Looks awesome!

StepThruCrazy said...

Following!

StepThruCrazy said...

I love the Painted Bird Tee! http://paintmeplaid.com/2010/07/23/tgif-project-painted-bird-tee/

laura said...

Love the simple, but cute card!

I want to make some paper beads.

Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} said...

Cute card! I would probably make some type of jewelry.

Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} said...

Follower!

Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} said...

The damask project is super cute. I love the shine!

Nancy H. said...

I would make some monogram pendants and experiment with other jewelry. Great giveaway!

Mandy said...

I'd make some sort of paper craft, I think....

Mandy said...

follower - -

Mandy said...

the canvas butterfly looks great

Courtney said...

I think I would like to make some earrings :)

Courtney said...

I'm a follower of F&J

Courtney said...

I like the tutorial on how to paint plaid! That is one difficult thing to do but they make it seem so easy!

Erin said...

I'm a follower (of course!)

www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

Erin said...

I'm makin a high school survival kit for my friend who is moving to the HS for a job. It's all Twilight/vampire and the dimentional magic would look so cool!!!

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Erin said...

My daughter flipped when she saw the butterfyl box =o)

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Moe said...

Oh my! I love dimensional magic yet I haven't had a chance to try it yet. I would use it to give dimension to cards & ATCs. I am just getting into paper crafts, hooray!

I love the post about painted damask & the post next to it about painterly design inspiration.

Miss Muffet said...

I'm a follower!

Miss Muffet said...

I would use this product to make bottlecap and scrabble pendant jewelry. Once you decoupage your image onto the bottlecap or tile then you go over it with the dimensional Modge Podge to protect it and give it dimension.

Miss Muffet said...

The felt birdhouse project was super fun! My daughter's bedrom has a bird theme, and those would be perfect!

Megan said...

I would make some jewelry! Rings and necklaces are always good to have lots of!

Megan said...

I love the Terra Cotta Planters! They would be perfect for fuss free herbs on my porch...

Maria said...

Crossing my fingers that I win! I just used the last big of my last bottle! (I usually have 3 or 4 floating around my house, but can't seem to find them!)

I would love this to add that "fab factor" to a wooden pumpkin sign project I have floating in my head! :D

Megan said...

I've been a follower for awhile and I just love to read your blog and get inspiration from your posts.

Maria said...

I am a follower! Who wouldn't want to be? :D

Maria said...

My fav at paint me Plaid would be the back to school chalkboard! Thanks for the opp to win!

Margo said...

Oooo this stuff looks awesome, I am already thinking of lots of ideas with it making some pendents would be fun.

Amber said...

I want to try the pendants with the Dimensional Magic!

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Amber said...

I'm a F&J follower!

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Amber said...

On Paint Me Plaid, I really liked the Painterly Silhouettes.

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Jessica said...

I've always wanted to try those washer necklaces, so that's what I do with it!!
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Jessica said...

I'm a follower!!!

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

I would love to try some jewelry with it! I'm thinking necklace, earrings, and of course the rings you did. So cute.

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

I'm a follower of course!! Thanks for the chance!

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

From their site I'd love to try something off the Retro Painted Glassware post. Those glasses are really cute.

the thrifty ba said...

i would make anything that wont sit still that is 1-d, 2-d. homework, bills, parking tickets...

Christine said...

I would make some scrabble tile pendants and embellish some cards.

Christine said...

I am following!

Christine said...

I'd try that back to school project on Plaid.

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

I have been looking all over for some; I don't live near the city. :(
I have an idea I want to make teeny tiny quilts with it.

I really need to win some as I've been all over trying to find some!

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

I am a brand spankin new follower

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

The butterfly box. I just bought 3 boxes last week for my first attempt at painting and Mod Podging them up all pretty

Nancy's Couture said...

I would make some pendants.

Nancy's Couture said...

Follower!

Nancy's Couture said...

Love the Painted Bird Tee and the Ladybug Planter

Terica said...

I would love to try to make some pressed flower jewelry pieces and also would like to try it on cards too. I press my own. thanks for the chance.

Terica said...

I am now following You .

Terica said...

TGIF Project: Indian Paper Pom-Poms is my favorite on the first page but also want to try some of the paint tutorials too.thanks for sharing. peace

Celeste B. said...

I would love to win that! I'm working with some of the ladies in my area to teach them how to make inexpensive jewelry and I love the necklaces and rings that I've seen!!! Looking through Paint Me Plaid I saw the goldfish bowl with the painted fish - WOW - LOVE IT!!! Thanks for pointing out the site!!!

Brandy said...

I would probably try to make some jewelry. That is one craft that I Have not tried yet, but want to learn.

Traci Bixby said...

I have been looking for dimensional magic everywhere. It's a no go as of yet. Anyhoo, I am working on decorative tiles with my artwork. Getting ready for a holiday fair. Dimensional Magic is what I need.

Dollie said...

I would attempt to make some of the tiles.. (instead of doing necklaces, make them as key chains..) What a great giveaway :)

Dollie said...

I've been a follower for a while :) Love seeing it pop up in my google reader :)

Dollie said...

I like the Back-to-School Chalkboard from the Paint Me Plaid Site :)

Jennifer said...

I've been wanting to make some scrabble tile necklaces with dimensional magic!!

Jennifer.Powell06(at)gmail.com

Jennifer said...

I'm a follower!

Jennifer.Powell06(at)gmail.com

Jennifer said...

I like the Shrink Plastic Necklace from the Paint me Plaid website!

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Mallorey said...

I love the idea of making necklaces.

Mallorey said...

I am a follower!

ruthhill74 said...

I think I would like to make the
Calico Cat Purse

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ruthhill74 said...

gfc follower

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ruthhill74 said...

I love the Back-to-School Chalkboard

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Mine for the Making said...

I would use Dimensional Magic to embellish jewelry (similar to your last post...I was def inspired). I could also see my self getting crazy obsessed and putting it on everything :) LOL

Mine for the Making said...

I am a {proud} follower :)

Alyssa said...

I would use it for jewelry, give it some extra dimension!

Alyssa said...

I am a loyal follower!!!

Alyssa said...

The Patchwork Fun Painted Windmills look cute & fun on the Plaid website

Lyndsey said...

I'm thinking I would make rings. Hmmm, so many ideas! Wittygrl19 (at) yahoo dot com

Lyndsey said...

I'm a follower. :) Wittygrl19 (at) yahoo dot com

Lyndsey said...

My favorite is the Quatrefoil Stool Redo, beautiful!

michelle@somedaycrafts said...

I'm thinking I might add some of this to washer necklaces!

daperfectmix said...

I would make a necklace or some earrings.

daperfectmix said...

~~follower~~

daperfectmix said...

I like the cork/chalkboard project. I might have to try that one!

Cheryl said...

Some jewelry for me & some game pieces for homemade games for the kids:)

Cheryl said...

I'm also a follower:)

Cheryl said...

I like the decorated fishbowl.

--strings and things-- said...

I would use it for jewelry

--strings and things-- said...

I'm a follower :)

Jerene said...

I can see lots of great uses for Dimensional Magic!!!

kszwahl said...

I can't find dimensional mod podge any where I would love to make some jewelry with it.

kszwahl said...

I love the Plaid Crafts Dip Dyeing project. I might have to try it on an old basket! Jazz it up some.

kszwahl said...

I follow Fireflies and Jellybeans! LOVE it!

Adam Winter Family said...

I would make washer necklaces with the demsionals.
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Rojas Family said...

I have some ideas of things to do with my sons names on wood and I would love to try this on the projects I'm thinking about.

Rojas Family said...

I am a follower. :o)

Adam Winter Family said...

I am a follower of your blog. Great stuff.

Rojas Family said...

I love the Lotus Flower Framed Art. That's just beautiful!

Adam Winter Family said...

I love the gallery glass at Paint me Plaid.

AliLilly said...

I just got a new shadowbox at the GoodWill. I would definitely use it on that!!

AliLilly said...

I follow you!! :)

AliLilly said...

I love the Butterfly Box!

Shala Kerrigan said...

I would use Dimensional Magic for brooches and gift tags!

Shala Kerrigan said...

Following!

Shala Kerrigan said...

My favorite project is the Chalkboard brooches, absolutely. I love that idea and plan to try it soon.

Tobyncb said...

This would be great to make jewelry out of scrapbooking paper.

Jasmine said...

I would love to use it on cards! =)

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Jasmine said...

I'm a follower! =)

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Swedie said...

I think it would be fun to try it on a book cover.

Swedie said...

I'm a follower.

Swedie said...

Dip-dyeing looks interesting. I have never thought of doing that. I always like to see new crafting ideas.

rickimoo said...

i am a follower!

rickimoo said...

I would like to make some jewelry with this stuff. Like the necklace out of bottle caps & games pieces.

rickimoo said...

From Plaid I love the desk redo. Its called Damask Desk.

kristib said...

I've been coveting Dimensional Magic because I really want to try some washer necklaces. And I can see myself going overboard once I have the goods to work with.

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kristib said...

I'm loving the painted damask. I'm not sure I have the patience to do it, but I love to see it!

earlkristib at gmail dot com

Julie @ My Life...Inspired said...

How fun! I would make some sort of jewelry with it!!

Julie @ My Life...Inspired said...

I follow F&J!

Julie @ My Life...Inspired said...

The dip dyeing project looks pretty cool, I'd love to try that sometime :)

sj said...

I would use the dimensional magic to mog podge a small table.

sj said...

Paint me plaid-Painted Damask looks beautiful!

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

Screen transfers is something from the site that I would try. If I won the prize, I would want to make something with a bottle cap, a picture, and some of the dimensional magic in the form of a necklace.

Carol Meyer said...

I would love to try making jewelry.

Carol Meyer said...

Love to make the outdoor table

Mrs. Hope said...

I would make some jewelry, the rings are awesome!

Mrs. Hope said...

I follow through the google reader!

Mrs. Hope said...

I would make the tiered terra cotta planter, it would be perfect on my front porch!

the momma (aka Shannon) said...

I would love to try some jewelry with this stuff! It looks like so much fun!

the momma (aka Shannon) said...

Also a follower! :0)

debzdogz said...

Hi There! Stopped in to enter the giveaway...

1. i would use the product to make my own scrapbooking/card embellishments

2. am a relatively new follower---and luv ya!

3. i already plan to make the Extreme Glitter painted sneakers for my 7 year old niece!

felicia said...

I have been looking all over for this stuff and can't find it so I hope I win some! I want to make some bottle cap jewelry with my kids

felicia said...

I am a follower

felicia said...

I want to try out the painted bird tee over on Paint me Plaid

Dana Ward said...

I would use it to make gifts, such as jewelry for my nieces, and then read your blog to find other cool ways to use it!

Dana Ward said...

Now a loyal follower!

Dana Ward said...

I liked the butterfly box! It would be a neat recipe card holder!

Jodi said...

I follow your blog.
jodi
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Jodi said...

I would make some jewelry with it.
jodi
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Nat said...

I think I'd try to make some sort of jewelry with Dimensional Magic- it looks so shiny and purty. :-)

Nat said...

I think I'd try to make the Painted Poppy canvas or something of the like- I love painting!

Lauren Davison said...

I would try some sort of washer necklace. Yum!

Lauren Davison said...

My favorite Paint Me Plaid project I've seen so far was that hanging chalkboard/corkboard. Super fabulous.

Rocio Lewis said...

i want to make jewelry!! and some magnets

Kae said...

I would make some pendents and charms.

Lu said...

I would definitely be trying out some jewelry... earrings for sure. :)

Lu said...

I am a follower!

Kae said...

I am now a follower of this site :)

Lu said...

I love everything at Paint Me Plaid, so it's hard to choose! I did just buy some Textile Medium this morning so I'd probably pick all the shirts and pillow as my faves. Thanks!

Laura Stewart said...

I would make embellishments for cards

Dianna said...

Earrings, necklaces, rings...too fun!

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