I was asked by Michaels to come in and teach a Mod Podge Make it-Take it yesterday. I haven't used Mod Podge for a long time. So I played around with it, making a key ring and a luggage tag. What fun and I think the results are great. Take a look.......
Key Ring front
Key Ring back
Luggage Tag front
Luggage Tag back
These are acrylic shapes that I Mod Podged with images cut from paper (I didn't even know they made special Mod Podge paper). On the words travel, inspire and dream I used Mod Podge Dimensional that leaves a raised area wherever you put it. I photographed it before it had a chance to completely dry so that you could see it in the photo. It dries clear or with glitter depending on the type you use. I used clear on both the luggage tag and the key ring (but forgot to photograph the key ring while wet, so you can't see it in the photo). You could easily use scrapbook paper and other acrylic shapes to add to shadow boxes, SMASH books, and scrapbook pages.
All paper crafting and scrapbooking classes are 25% off at Michael's. It's their Beat the Heat promotion in U.S. and Canada. You have to sign up and pay for the class by June 23rd, but it's good for any classes that are scheduled. (in my local Michaels, that includes all classes til the end of August !).