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7 MUST-HAVE CRAFTING SUPPLIES FOR REPURPOSING PROJECTS ...
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1. MOD PODGE
Mod Podge is a multi-purpose adhesive paste. Mod Podge is one of the definitive must-have crafting supplies for decoupage and comes in a variety of adhesive options. From fabric and wood formulas to sparkle and matte finish, you have an abundance of adhesives to choose from.
2. THE X-ACTO KNIFE
When it comes to precise paper crafts, this ultra-sharp utility knife is like a scalpel for artists and crafters. It’s also durable enough to cut through cardboard, foam, film, balsa wood and cloth. So it should go without saying that safety should be a priority when using this.
3. CRAFTING BRUSH SET
Having a variety of brushes available will make any repurposing project possible. From teeny tiny bristles to get into the nooks and crannies of a project, to foam brushes for decoupage, you’ll have it ready when you need it.
4. HOT GLUE GUN
While Mod Podge goes a long way in decoupage, sometimes you need to get a bit of glue onto a tiny space with more precision than paste can provide. This is exactly when a hot glue gun can come in handy from jewelry-making and wood crafts, to repurposed decor in the home.
5. ACRYLIC SEALER
If you put a lot of effort into a particular project, you’ll want to protect your efforts with a sealant. A layer of protective spray sealer will keep your project from getting dinged-up, fading & will cut down on the tackiness that those thick layers of decoupage paste can cause.
6. HGTV MAGAZINE
HGTV magazine is known for its creativity and colorful approach to home decor. The suggestions are affordable, accessible and often times easily attempted by even a novice crafter.
7. BITS OF CREATIVE INSPIRATION
If you like a jar of vintage buttons at the thrift store or have an idea for an old window frame at the flea market, if the price is right, bring it home. However dont end up like Hoarders, when all you were trying to do is complete a few repurposing projects.