I Love Mod Podge!

1.27.2011


Are you ready to see my very very first Mod Podge transformation? I don't know why this idea
popped in my head, but it did and I am glad it did.



Ta Da!








First I made a paper pattern by tracing on some left over brown package paper that I used
for wrapping Christmas presents. Then I pinned it to the fabric and cut it out.


I put a layer of Mod Podge on the door and then placed the fabric on it and Mod Podged over
the fabric. I was going to use spray glue and then I remembered Mod Podge.


Then you just wait for it to dry. Then I applied two more coats.


 I sanded the surface the next day and applied some Valspar mocha glaze around the edges and
took back off a little. Then I just let it dry.


I used two different images on the doors.










Do you love it? I do.
Just wish I had thought of it sooner.

Project cost: Less than $5 for Mod Podge because I already had the fabric.
Satisfaction: Priceless

Thanks for letting me share another change to this chest.

KIM

Linking to:
Common Ground  for Vintage inspiration
My Romantic Home for show and tell
French Country Cottage for feathered nest Friday
Southern in my Heart for inspiration Friday
Miss Mustard Seed for furniture feature Friday
Chic on a Shoestring for flaunt it Friday
Designer Garden for VIP party
Funky Junk Interiors  for SNS
DIY showoff parade
Dittle Dattle  for amaze me Monday
Between Naps on the Porch  for Met Monday

Friday Remodelholic
The Lettered Cottage How to's Day
Stories of A 2 Z  for Tuesday's Tips and Tutorials
It's so Very Cheri  for delightfully decoupaged

168 comments:

  1. You sre such a little smartie! I love it! I wonder if the same application would work on an entirely flat surface...you know...nothing to set it down into...like the top of a barstool?

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  2. Oh Kim, you are killing me with your never ending creativity and ideas.
    This looks absolutely wonderful. I love it.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  3. I LOVE it!!! Such a clever idea! The paint job is beautiful and the gorgeous fabric is the cherry on top!

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  4. KIM!!! I'm awe-struck. When I saw that first image, literally goosebumps crept up my forearms. It's breathtaking! You know how much I love Mod Podge. Now you see why. I can't believe you haven't used this before. You're a PRO!
    Brenda

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  5. Kim!Dont you love it when a idea pops in your head and it turns out awesome! WOW that looks sooo good! It just makes that peice just pop now. Looks like it cost a fortune! You did good girl!!

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  6. Kim, This is fabulous! I love the fabric and I love the look.
    xo,
    Sherry

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  7. This is GORGEOUS!!! Love that fabric, and it looks great there!

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  8. Oh, Kim, I love that. Mod Podge is one of the coolest products around as far as I'm concerned. It's pretty amazing. The panels are just perfect on the chest.
    CAS

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  9. That is a big WOW! Just beautiful. Never thought about decoupaging with fabric. Looks amazing!

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  10. That might be my favorite Kim trick yet. How creative! It looks amazing, really great.

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  11. Oh my Goodness!! I think this may be my favorite so far....but I love everything you do, this is just breathtaking!!

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  12. Oh My!! Wow, love it! What a fantastic idea, good for you!! It looks simply amazing!

    xoxo,
    Ellen

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  13. Kim, I didn't think that sideboard could get any better, my goodness! I think you need to sell your wares my dear, such lovliness. This week, I have the distinct honor of being your "linky neighbor" over at Common Ground, xoxo tami

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  14. That is fantastic! I love it. I love Mod Podge too. It is addictive. There isn't much you can't do with it.
    Sherry

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  15. Oh, Kimmie, it's beautiful! I love it. It gave your beautiful piece an entirely different look - kinda Euroupey looking! :)
    Man, you're good!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  16. Wow! It looks beautiful, like it was always there! Great job...I love it :)

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  17. Kim it looks FAB!! :) I love mod podge. I have yet to use it with fabric though. Thanks for the wonderful idea.

    ~Allyson~

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  18. Kim, I love this! What a great job and the transformation is perfection! I would not have thought of the glaze. Great idea, just like using distress ink on paper.

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  19. KIM!!!! you made perfect even more perfecter! Yes, that is a word in Lori world. What an eye, you have. What a talent!

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  20. ooohhh oohhh oh and the blue in the fabric picks up on the rubadub stuff.

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  21. Isn't Mod Podge the best? I love what you have done to your chest. It is priceless!

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  22. Isn't Mod Podge the best? I love what you have done to your chest. It is priceless!

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  23. Oh Kim, this really turned out beautifully! Your creativity is amazing :D

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  24. Kim ~ that looks absolutely FABULOUS! Just beautiful ;-)

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  25. Really a neat idea, thanks for sharing it looks just wonderful!

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  26. That looks awesome Kim!

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  27. OMG Kim I swear on my daddy's grave Ihave this exact material and this is what I have been wanting to do to my china cabinet!! I had tacked the fabric inside and when we moved it fell down. The material is just being used as a fake swag. But I want to paint my cabinet and then put the material in again with this stuff! I just cannot decide if I want to paint it swedish grey or french blue.
    Great minds think alike!
    When I first started blogging I posted my cabinet with the toile in it.
    This looks so divine!!!!

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  28. This turned out amazing! It looks so expensive too. Gorgeous!

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  29. OH Kim it's just stunning!!!!! I did guess what you where doing. Thanks for sharing come up and doing my dresser for me...

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  30. Wow! I am almost speechless. What a great idea. The fabric you chose works perfectly with your buffet. You did an amazing job!

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  31. Kim your talent just gets better all the time. Just when I think you can't outdo yourself you do. Wow.

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  32. This is gorgeous Kim! The fabric is beautiful and added that certain "WOW" factor! Do you have that fabric in another area of your home....? Love it all! Tammy

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  33. ..beyond amazing.. both you, Kim, AND the chest!!!Bonnie Suwanee, GA

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  34. Thanks everyone! I do have this fabric in the dining room on the pre made panels and I covered two of the chair's seats with this fabric.

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  35. KIM!!!!!! You have OUTDONE yourself!!!! This is absolutely gorgeous and ties in with your dining room so beauitfully!!! Well done, my friend!!!!

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  36. Looks FABULOUS Kim!!!You made an great piece of furniture even better! The fabric is perfect!

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  37. I love it! What a great idea :)

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  38. I absolutely love it, Kim!
    When I was doing craft shows I used Podge Modge all the time. It is great stuff!
    Great job!

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  39. Amazing!!! I don't think I would have been brave enough to try that, so major kudos to you! The piece looks stunning.

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  40. Gorgeous...love this because it looks so "classy"!!!

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  41. LOVES IT!!~ I was wondering as we all were how can fabric be modged podged...well you are on to something now...we will all be looking to see what we can fabric modge podge. It looks fantastic!!~

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  42. Love it! Looks really amazing, I would have never thought to do something like this!

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  43. Gorgeous! Is this fabric called Bosporus? It is very similar to what I'll be using in my Mst Bedroom. I absolutely love your creativity with this project.

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  44. WOW! That is just neatest Kim. Great idea and very eye catching. :)

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  45. Kim, this is incredible. And how many times have I already said that. You belong in a design house or a shop of your own or something. Wow.

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  46. I love it....looks perfect on those doors. Great job!

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  47. Beautiful, it looks like it is a museum piece, an heirloom for sure!

    Carol

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  48. Brilliant Kim...I seriously love this!!!

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  49. Beautiful transformation! It is great to meet you! I'll be back. :)
    Blessings ~*~ Wendy ~*~

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  50. Simply charming and ever so beautiful! You are going to get tons of compliments on this piece!

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  51. WOW! What a great idea! Yur piece is absoultely beautiful!!

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  52. Kim, your furniture is so pretty! I would love to have something like that in my home. You did an excellent job!

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  53. Hi Kim-

    You are a furniture transforming ROCK STAR!!! Wow what a great look. You have just the right touch with the aging process. It is so unique. Mod Podge is one of my favorite products.

    My best- Diane

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  54. I love the bosporus toile. It used to be so expensive! It looks so rich and OLD! You gave that furniture a soul!
    Hey! It rhymes! LOL!

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  55. Oh my gosh that is such a fabulous idea. (Mod Podge is the best isn't it??) Thanks for sharing - it's very cool.

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  56. Oh my goodness Kim...I absolutely adore what you did...it is absolutely beautiful!!!! Xoxoxo

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  57. I love the addition of the fabric. I use modge podge all the time but have not used it this way, thanks for the inspiration.

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  58. Wow! It turned out great! HL had some of that fabric on clearance at one of our stores but I don't have anything I could put it on! I need that chest in my dining room since you already know I have the same curtain panels!!

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  59. Kim, what a great idea. The fabric adds wonderful texture to this piece. You are soooooo clever!

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  60. Oh my drapery fabric and put to such wonderful effect...I absolutely love it! What a super idea. It looks teriffic.(-:

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  61. Kim, Kim, Kim, I am sooooo glad I came back and saw this next step. I adored it before, but wow, this just makes it incredible. I would never have thought to mod podge the fabric on and sand it and glaze it. It looks like gorgeous handpainted scenes. Those fabric panels are just wonderful.

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  62. Kim, this is truly stunning! This is my favorite project that you have done! I would never have thought of modge podge on fabric! It reminds me of an antique painting on canvas! It really makes the piece even better and is so perfect in the accent areas! Such an inspiring idea!

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  63. Are you kidding me? You keep doing things that make me downright envious! :) I love country french, toile, etc etc, and I have a husband who is clean lined and modern. Out of respect for him, I don't go over board French, so I live vicariously through those who do! You are super talented, clever and do the greatest things. Thanks for sharing this one. Now I want one!!

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  64. Kim you are so doggone creative! I think it looks fabulous!

    ~ Tracy

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  65. Do I LOVE it? Does a fat baby poop? I LOVE IT...I think that is your best re-make so far since I have been following you- It is a perfect piece now...nice before...GREAT now~! Diana

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  66. Love love love it! Gonna have to look around the house for something mod podge fabric on.

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  67. Beautiful--Beautiful!! You are such a talent. Love this.....

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  68. Really cool Kim! I have heard of Mod Podge but didn't know what it's used for. I would totally try this on a screen. Hmmmm, now I'm thinking.....

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  69. Amazing, what a great easy idea!

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  70. Do I love it?...the answer is a resounding yes, it looks like an expensive antique!!! Great job Kim!

    Kat :)

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  71. You have me loving Mod Podge...this is simply spectacular!

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  72. Yes, Kim, I like it! What a fantastic personal touch to your sidebar. I've never used mod podge but I should...I have a little foot stool that I have thought about using that method to add interest to it. I think you have inspired me! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  73. Seriously DROOL WORTHY.... I am going to be looking around and what I can Modge Podge!!! I'm gonna save my coupon for Michaels this week!! WOWZA

    Did you distress the fabric or did it have that look already... I love it!

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  74. What a fantastic idea!!! I love the fabric you chose too!! I have a buffet that is on my list to redo and this might just be what I need to do to give it it's facelift!

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  75. OMGosh amazing..thanks for shaaring....Pat Howe

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  76. You certainly struck a cord with this buffet...80 comments so far! Wow! I think this is genius and beautiful. Another way to do this would be to use liquid starch. It makes it stick but when you want to remove it, it comes off easily. Love your idea.

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  77. Have Mercy, Kim! It looks beautiful. I love that fabric - I had it in our previous home as window treatments and, of course, it stayed with the house:( It is a classic~

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  78. Once again, Kim, you've kicked it up another notch higher!! Your "new" buffet is wonderful. Absolutely love it!
    Best,
    Susan

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  79. Kim,
    You've already gotten 84 comments and you just posted! WOW! I LOVE the Modge Podged images on your beautiful buffet!

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  80. What an inspired idea! I just love it :)

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  81. Okay, Kim! You have literally out-done yourself here! That looks amazing! I LOVE the way it turned out. Just beautiful!

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  82. Love it!!! I didn't think it could look and better. Great Job!!

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  83. You go girl!!!! Whoo hoo!!! I just love it Kim!!!

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  84. This is probably one of my favorite fabrics ever! Great idea to put it in the furniture, looks like you paid thousands for this piece,BRILLIANT!

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  85. OMG this is absolutely gorgeous!!

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  86. Kim, that is A-MA-ZING!!! I mean, truly gorgeous and I think you are so clever to come up with that. The fabric choice was perfect and I just can't get over how incredible it looks. Thank you so much for linking this up to Inspiration Friday!
    Vanessa

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  87. Hi Kim~This is soo fantastic!! Absolutely gorgeous! It is such a creative project and idea- wow... I just LOVE it! The chest was fabulous before but is even better now! Thank you for sharing this at my party! :)

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  88. Gorgeous! Your ideas never end.. this should be in a magazine

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  89. OMG!!! I LOVE IT! That is so pretty, Kim!! Your mind and skills never ceases to amaze me! Beautiful!! Love how the little bit of blue picks up in the material and the paint.... perfect.

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  90. I love it, it's perfect.;)

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  91. Hi Kim, I love it!! It looks fantastic. The fabric is gorgeous.

    Kathy

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  92. Looks so GREAT Kim! I love the fabric and because you sanded and glazed it looks like it has been there 100 years. So smart!

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  93. Kim,
    You are really amazing! You should open your own store because you have such talent and a great eye for things! Nice job!
    Shelley

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  94. Amazing, I love it, absolutely beautiful:-)
    Have a wonderful weekend, hugs Biljana

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  95. THAT LOOKS AWESOME!!!! I think I'm gonna have to do some research on this mod podge

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  96. What a neat idea. I think it looks great. You are clever.

    Amy

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  97. Just beautiful! That's taking Mod Podge to a whole new level!

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  98. Gorgeous Kim, what a creative idea. I love mod podge, and this is super. The fabric is so pretty and the scenes you chose are perfect. Adds a whole new dimension to the chest. Beautiful. Hugs, Marty

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  99. How creative! That was a great idea. I haven't seen this done before. That light bulb in your head keeps getting brighter and brighter! Ha!

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  100. Lvoe it Kim! That is one of my favorite fabrics. It looks great!!
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  101. OMG you've got a work of art on your hands. Love it, love it, love it. Now you and everyone else is going to be thinking what can we do! Thanks for the inspiration. Super exciting!

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  102. OMG, this looks so good. I will have to try it sometime....Christine

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  103. It looks gorgeous! My head is spinning with so many ideas. I kept thinking "paper" with Modge Podge, I had never considered some of the fabric I have laying around. I just picked up a great ticking stripe last night on sale for $4 yard. Hmmmm.

    Jo

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  104. Dear Mrs. Savvy,

    It is my wish to meet your buffet sometime. It's
    beauty has me mesmerized.

    Signed,
    Eve
    The Hutch

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  105. Kim! Your Mod Podge project looks GREAT! It really completes that fabulous chest! Thanks for sharing! Now what else do you have up your sleeve!? :)

    -Lauren
    www.thepaintedcottageonline.blogspot.com

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  106. Kim, you missed your calling! You really should have been an interior designer. You think of things I would never have thought of, and all of your projects and transformations turn out great.

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  107. Kim you're a genius! I love, love, love it!!! It's amazing... you're amazing!
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  108. All I have to say is....that is AWESOME!! Kim, I am speechless...you did a phenomenal job! XOXO ~Liz

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  109. I love this... I thought it looked great before but this last detail just makes it come alive!

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  110. Whoa! That is awesome! Mod Podge is some amazing stuff.

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  111. Thanks for linking up to my VIP party but I have to say OMG this project is INCREDIBLE! Please please go link this us too! lol. I have to have it!
    http://designergarden.blogspot.com/2011/01/vip-party-2.html

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  112. SPECTACULAR! I love it and also love to use MOD PODGE! Your creativity is neverending. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

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  113. Oh it looks wonderful!
    I've never used Mod Podge, can you believe it! I will have to give it a go!
    love
    Alison
    x

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  114. Not sure you Twitter, but I tweeted about this. :-)

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  115. FANTASTIC!!!
    Love it.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Michele

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  116. fabulous, just beautiful.

    i would love it if you linked to my party next wednesday.

    http://typeadecorating.blogspot.com/

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  117. this is the most awsome thing i have ever seen you are on to something Kim you have to start selling things wonderful work :)

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  118. Simply beautiful, Kim !! You must be thrilled with how it turned out !! I love, love, love that fabric, too.

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  119. That is gorgeous and adds so much to that piece. I have used fabric on drawer fronts and love the texture it gives. Modge Podge is a fabulous thing... I wish you could see my fabric sitting in my sewing hutch waiting for the next project... It's that exact same print. Isn't it gorgeous??

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  120. Ohmygosh, this is fab-u-lous!!!! I love that piece of toile! Thanks for sharing this on VIF!!
    hugs,
    Debra

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  121. I thought the chest looked amazing after your re-do, but this is really impressive! I have a similar fabric and I'm looking all around to see what I can do with it.That's what I love about people who blog-they are so creative yet willing to share.

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  122. This was your first project? My first was last year...I tissue covered some Easter eggs and loved them, but ended up with Mod Podge all the way too my elbows. You are fearless my friend and it serves you well!

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  123. Hi Kim
    I can't remember if I told you how much I love this! Perfect!

    I am getting started on a Kim inspired mirror project this afternoon. One step at a time. I am getting the base on, then I have to make a run to Lowe's tomorrow for the glaze. I have lots of paint samples.

    Happy Weekend!

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  124. This is awesome. Love it.

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  125. Your first attempt is indeed a SUCCESS!

    :)

    Kelly

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  126. Wowzer Kim, that's a stunner!!!

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  127. OMG! That is a fantastic idea! I knew you would come up something good but I had no idea it would be this good. As usual I see I am a little late on seeing this but I am so glad I didn't miss it. This is fantastic! Wowzer! LOL! Really, I just love it!

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  128. Oh Kim,
    I love, love, love it. It turned out gorgeous. Now to find something to do the same to...You have inspired me :-) Have a wonderful weekend.

    Hugs and Kisses,
    ♥Ana

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  129. OMG! I'm joining the chorus here and saying I LOVE it!! Adding modge podge to my "must have" list. Can I ask where you found your toile? That toile really makes the piece. Great job! Really inspiring! vanna

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  130. That has to be the best remake I've seen. What a GREAT idea. Watch the furniture makers copy you now. Oh, and your email, no doubt loaded with requests from BHG (and others) for permission to publish. You've likely started the latest craze! I just love it.

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  131. I'm sure I don't have to tell you that it looks amazing!

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  132. Well there are no words left to use in this comment Kim, they've all been used by the 140 people ahead of me. I'm just sitting here with my mouth open looking at the results of this little project and how little it cost. Thanks for sharing!.

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  133. Kim this absolutely stunnng!! I need to find a piece of furniture to do this. I want to do a chest with some toile fabric that I have but never knew how to do it. Wonderful. You are just so creative!!

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  134. Kim, this is utterly fabulous!!It looks so lovely.

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  135. Kim ~ (just a minute while I pick my jaw up off the floor...) I don't think there are any adjectives left to describe the beauty of this project!!!! WOW!!!! I LOVE IT!! Do you have any tips I could use to Mod Podge a map onto a painter's framed canvas? It's a project that I have on the back burner and would love to hear your thoughts! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  136. WOWZA! I love it Kim! That's the same fabric as my living room drapery and my loveseat slipcover.

    I once did my bathroom cabinet in a very similar manner. I loved it and the person who bought the house thought it was the strangest thing she had ever seen! :)

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  137. Boy 145 comments...you struck something there :) Looks great Kim! How often do these ideas just pop into your head :)

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  138. Kim, you are killing me! This idea is brilliant. The insert is lovely, like it was made to be there. First this, now your french bench. You really are killing me...but in a good way.

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  139. I LOVE IT!! That is just as pretty as it can be! I never imagined that it could be that easy. I'm looking around my place to see what I can modge-podge. :-)

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  140. I love this, Kim! It's absolutely gorgeous. What a great transformation! Did you have any problems with the fabric shrinking at all?

    I would love for you to link this to my linky party, as well: http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/2011/01/time-travel-thursday-29-movin-in-new.html


    Blessings,
    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrcottage.blogspot.com/

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  141. I'm speechless over this one, Kim!! I have always wanted to try fabric, but was a little chicken and just didn't know how it would smooth out. This is beautiful! You're genius :))

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  142. Oh my Gosh...you're sooo very talented! I'm in shock, you did such an incredible job and you make it sound so easy! Congrats and please do some more so I can inspire myself to be creative and make such nice stuff. Than you for sharing such a work of art Kim.
    XOXO
    FABBY

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  143. Hi Kim~ ~ ~
    I did a chest last summer with paper and Mod Podge and it is very different from yours but unique all the same. If you want to see it check out my archives during May of 2010 for pictures.
    Yours is beautiful.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  144. I wanted to let you know I'll be highlighting this incredible project on my blog tomorrow =)

    www.designergarden.blogspot.com

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  145. Wow! I am impressed! This looks so professional! I Want one!
    Thank you so much for sharing!
    Leticia

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  146. I REALLLLY love what you have done here. Great finish. But the modging you did, it looks spectacular. Like it is straight from the pages of a magazine!
    FABULOUS job.

    Denise
    Extreme Personal Measures

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  147. SO so gorgeous! One of my favorite MP furniture projects EVER!

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  148. Kim this is wonderful....just gorgeous...

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  149. Kim,

    This project turned out amazing. I have been looking for a small buffet to paint for months and now I'm going to go into turbo mode to find one so I can do this too. I already have the fabric and the mod podge.

    With your permission I would love to link to this on my blog.

    Blessings,
    Denise Collins
    www.sparechangechic.com

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  150. Kim, I didn't see the post the first go around, but surely enjoyed it this morning. I would like to mod Podge a glass top table. Have you tried that?

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  151. Hi Kim
    Do you think this could be done with wallpaper instead of fabric or would the wallpaper just peal & fall apart. I have some fabulous wallpaper scraps that would look great but I guess I could just trace pictures onto plain fabric

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  152. I love, love, love this! And I just bought a piece of fabric that will be perfect to try this with and I have a chest of drawers that needs help in a bad way. This is great.

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  153. Kim,

    You’re so clever! I love the fabric you used. Your chest looks fantastic!

    Dee

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  154. I'm so in love with what you did here!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  155. Kim, this is such a fabulous idea! Nicely done!

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  156. I had to share this with my friends on facebook. I am sure glad you ladies share your Ideas and Creativeness. Thank you so much.

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  157. Love it, pretty brilliant creation, lots of charm.

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  158. Simply Wonderful! I love the use of fabric:D

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  159. What a beautiful creative idea! The fabric is perfect for this piece.

    You've been caught having made a fabulous furniture feature! Love this and sharing today as a Friday Favorite.

    Stunning work!

    ~ Robin
    Redo It Yourself Inspirations

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