Can You Mod Podge a Photo Onto a Necklace?

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Using Mod Podge to attach a photo onto a necklace always requires you to keep a few key things in mind. Find out if you can Mod Podge a photo onto a necklace with help from an artist, designer and creative entrepreneur in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Cherish Flieder, designer of Somethingtocherish.com. I'd like to share with you how you can Mod Podge a photo onto a necklace today. So to begin I'm going to start with a blank necklace that is a beautiful sterling silver but has nothing interesting going on yet and I've pre-cut out a little photo. This is actually a little piece of art that I created and you'll need a pair of scissors to do that of course, a small paintbrush so you can get the Mod Podge on there and I'm using satin finished Mod Podge for the base, and then I'm going to go ahead and cover it with a Mod Podge dimensional, it's called Dimensional Magic so basically it will give it a little bit of dimension to the top of the necklace. I'm going to go ahead and make sure that the photo I cut out is going to fit. I'm going to put a small layer of this satin Mod Podge. Now we're going to go ahead and set this onto the Mod Podge and push it down so there's no bubbles. So this three dimensional Mod Podge is going to make a really nice even coat for the top of your pendant. So I'm just going to start in the center and then try to knock out any of those bubbles that are coming out and work our way out towards the outside. It does take about three hours to dry so make sure you leave it undisturbed until then and it will be a beautiful little accent piece to add to your wardrobe. I'm Cherish and thanks for joining me today in learning how you can Mod Podge onto a necklace. I hope you'll go live life to the fullest and make it something to cherish.

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