Saturday, November 22, 2014

Little Princess Layout - Paper House & Plaid Swap

Paper House Productions and Plaid are joining up for a cross promotion for this holiday season. I will get to share projects with you throughout the holiday season using both of their products! 
 Plaid makes Mod Podge and all kinds of other fun goodies.  For my first project I decided to focus in on the Mod Molds.  These are really neat tools that you can make one of a kind accents for just about any craft project with.  

Plaid has silicone molds available and you use meltable sticks of Mod Podge to create unique accents.  
I used white with mine and while you can definitely paint or glitz them up, I left mine as they were. These worked great with a high temp glue gun that I got for less than $3.00 and can be found in the craft sections at stores like Walmart and Michaels.  They have a variety of color options too!

I used the Mod Melts to create the white hearts and the "L U C Y" on my layout.  Combining those with the fabulous Paper House 3D Little Princess stickers made for a one of a kind layout!

Supplies Used:
Patterned Paper: Paper House Productions
Cardstock: Core'dinations
Tags; Core'dinations
Stickers: Paper House Productions
Mod Melts: Plaid

Paper House Productions is doing an awesome giveaway of some Plaid products and we'd love for you to enter!  Here's the Rafflecopter to get in on it and make sure to head to the Paper House Blog to see even more inspiration.


Buffy Esser-Burnside said...

Oh think these mold would be awesome....they would look great on layouts!

Lyne Blodgett said...

Sounds like a fun this to try

Cheryl W. said...

I had not heard of Mod Melts before. Thanks so much for featuring them! Something else to add to my ever-growing wishlist.

Jessibeth Vicenty said...

Oh wow love the molds, they can be use for a variety of things. Like cabochon, I use them a lot :D

Roseanna C said...

I like how you used the molds, I love Mod Podge and use it on a lot of home dec items.

Iris said...
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Iris said...

I use Plaid products for card making.
isoscia at aol dot com


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