Friday, June 1, 2012

Giveaway: Mod Podge Rocks! by Amy Anderson

I love using Mod Podge, and I love the blog Mod Podge Rocks! I am so honored to be hosting a giveaway of Amy Anderson’s new book, Mod Podge Rocks!: Decoupage Your World!Shall we take a peek inside?

Win a copy of Mod Podge Rocks by Amy Anderson

Look! It’s Amy’s friendly, smiling face. When I read her writing, I can feel her warmth and willingness to share her knowledge and lift up other crafters and bloggers!

Mod Podge Rocks Book Intro

Amy’s book is filled with more than 40 inspiring Mod Podge projects. Here are the two I absolutely love…the Be A Deer Suitcase (I have a vintage train case with which I could do something similar)

Mod Podge Rocks Book Suitcase

…and the Modern Chair Media Tower (I’m always seeing these at the thrift store, and I love the fabric…I have a Pinterest board called “Chair Lust”).

Mod Podge Rocks Book Media Tower

Each project uses one or more Mod Podge products, so you really get to see each type of formula in action. The book also has a glossary of each formula for quick reference, plus Mod Podge basics that even the most seasoned Podger might not have known!

Click here to get your copy of Mod Podge Rocks!: Decoupage Your World!Or, try to win one right here. This is the first time I’m using Rafflecopter for my giveaway entries. Let me know if you have any questions or problems, but basically, just follow the prompts. It is way easier than the old fashioned way of leaving comments for every entry (though the first mandatory entry is to leave a comment), and way easier for me to pick a winner too.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway is open to US and Canada residents.

Disclosure: I received two copies of the book (one to review and one to giveaway). All opinions expressed are my own.

StephSig

45 comments:

  1. The media tower looks great! I may want to attempt a larger project like that :)

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  2. I am unsure of giving out my info on sites such as for entering contests. I do wish that I could enter.

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  3. I would love to use this for a large photo project for fathers day!

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  4. I love the idea of the wall art canvases - we could do with some more eye catching things on our walls!

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  5. I'd like to decoupage some cuffs.

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  6. I've covered coasters before with mod podge and pictures of the kids. The grandparents still use them. I would LOVE to make these trays for my nieces. I'm thrilled to see the idea on your blog!

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  7. I would love to try to make the paper lanterns

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  8. THANK you Stephanie! You are so kind to feature me and the book!! xo

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  9. I want to make a canvas wall art.

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  10. I just started using Mod Podge and her website is my bible!! I used her tutorial for the halloween frame and it was just as easy to do it as watching the video.

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  11. I have never made anything! So sad :( I would love to make anything!

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  12. I think this book would really help me with some decor issues in my house. Thanks for the giveaway, looks awesome :)

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  13. I just this weekend used mod podge to make very cute wooden letters that spell out my new grand baby Olivia name to put in her nursery

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  14. I've made some wooden letters that say "lucky" for St. Patrick's Day.

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  15. i want to make this cool wedding card collage canvas I saw on Pinterest! The girl punched circles out of all her wedding cards and arranged them in a grid, mod-podged to a 16x20 canvas. Looked so cool, and what a great way to get those cards out of a drawer where i never look at them!

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  16. I have been a mod podger since the late 60's! I love this stuff and can always use more inspiration! Thanks for the chance to win. My next project will probably be our TV tray tables. They are so boring and bland.

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  17. I use Mod Podge all of the time! I use it to make wood block words.

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  18. Thanks for the giveaway - I'd LOVe to win the book.

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  19. Isn't it the greatest medium? It's non-toxic, & it has stood the test of time: I was in jr. high in the 70's & that's when I 1st began using this human-friendly stuff. ;-) Thanks for the giveaway & blessings, Julie H.

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  20. I'd like to decoupage some embellishments onto a small wooden catch all I bought.

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  21. Great giveaway, this looks like such an awesome book! I've made lots of things with Mod Podge, but most recently I used the Mod Podge Transfer technique on a wooden tray.

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  22. It would be a nice thing to win this book. Thank you.

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  23. I want to mod podge clipboards. My first attempt was not so good.

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  24. Never used it. Would love to try it.

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  25. Love, love, love Mod Podge! Would love to have this book for new project ideas! :-)

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  26. My most recent ModPodge project was a pair of silver glitter Mary Janes for my little girl! :-)

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  27. I have a train case I would like to embellish.

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  28. I love Mod Podge. I think the last thing I made with it was a block picture. I took a block of wood, sanded the sides and painted the sides with black paint. Then I Mod Podged a photograph on the front then sandpapered the sides and I have a cute modern looking picture, without a frame.

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  29. I've used mod podge to paste and seal scrapbook paper to an unfinished box.

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  30. I have made my little man's bench redo with mod podge and a whole ton of little fabric squares. Fun times! And it looks so good! :D

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  31. I would love to mod podge pics of my girls on our TV tables! Love reading what others are going to do!

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  32. I use Mod Podge for everything - frames, flower pots, etc, etc... Love the stuff!!!!

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  33. I just updated an old plastic drawer storage piece with modpodge and scrapbook paper!

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  34. I love Mod Podge and Mod Podge Rocks! I have made frames and other home decor. The ideas look great in this book.
    Kim garnetgirl1@msn.com

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  35. Never used, would love to try it.

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  36. I love this stuff! I am currently working on a coat hanger, and was planning on using Mod Podge to put scrapbook paper on to snazz it up for my kindergarteners!

    PS. I am a new follower :)

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  37. I'd love to win the Mod Podge project book! My first project was fabric characters on my daughter's baby bed, 33 years ago!!!

    irisdodd at hotmail dot com

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  38. I have made washi tape coasters with Mod Podge. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  39. We use mod podge regularily around here, most recently for a rock art project!

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  40. Oh I love this!!!

    I have made little paper covered cubes for my Sunday School class (then 4-5 years old) that said "I am a Child of God".

    I've always wanted to tackle a big project like using Mod Podge and CUTE paper to cover an old night stand and turn it into a play kitchen for my little girl. She will be 2 in February so I think it's time! She already loves to pretend play with cups and pans and even the rolling pin! :)

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  41. I use ModgePodge for making jewelry with recycled paper and cardboard. BIG cuff bracelets with picture decoupaged on them, and necklaces!

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  42. I have some 6x6 canvases that I plan on modpodging some photos onto!

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  43. My Daughter and 3 Grandaughters just came for a visit, today! We worked on Mod Podging clothespins with some pretty paper to hang photos from a wedding banner. We also plan to Mod Podge clear glass beads with pretty paper and tiny photos and add magnets, and a Bride and Grooms Initials, all for an upcoming September wedding. They are helping you see, with their future Aunt Rikki, my sweet future Daughter n Law, get ready for her wedding day. My Grandaughters don't live close by, so this is a super easy way for them to help with the preperations and to bond with our new precious family members. So you could say, Mod Podge is not only bonding pretty paper in our home, but helping bond family relationships!! Did I mention this is the first time we have used Mod Podge? And, oh my goodness, we are all hooked on Mod podge :)

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