Jenny Smith
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Paper, card or tin, these angels can be adorned to match any of your table top or window sill display. Yule Angel pattern use to make punched "Tin" paper angel.

Mod Podge. Love the stuff, but after a while it can get quite expensive. So for years now I’ve used Elmer's School Glue. I buy it by the gallon and make up the Mod Podge recipe as I need it in a mason jar. Just add half water, half Elmer's glue, replace the lid, shake it up and you’re ready to go. If you need it thicker, use less water! My preferred rate of dilution is 3/4 Glue, 1/4 water.

I buy it by the gallon and make up the Mod Podge recipe as I need it in a mason jar. Just add half water, half Elmer's glue, replace the lid, shake it up and you’re ready to go. rate of dilution is Glue, water.

As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve been experimenting with some more cost effective alternatives in the crafting/scrapping/art journal...

Easier, cheaper alcohol inks and dyes - use a cheap small spray bottle - mix KoolAid or food color or easter dye or RIT dye with rubbing alcohol. Intensity of color depends on amount of your preferred additive. I tried it and it works.