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Mod Podge Glow-In-The Dark Masks (Halloween Craft)

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Nothing says "Halloween" like a mysterious mask to wear to a Halloween party!  I saw some gorgeous ones in a store that were full of sparkle and luxurious details.  But I knew better than to buy one because I knew with some Mod Podge and my imagination that I could create my own elegant and mysterious masks!

Luckily, I received a box with some of my favorite, tried and true, craft products from Mod Podge that were perfect for this Halloween party project!  

Mod Podge Glow-In-The-Dark Halloween Masks 

Project Supplies:
Plaid FolkArt Craft Paint in your choice of colors
Feathers, beads, trims, fabric flowers
Glue Gun
Chipboard masks

Step 1: Paint your masks your desired colors and let dry. 
halloween masks mod podge craft
This is my Mod Podge silicone craft mat. It is awesome. NOTHING sticks to it!

Step 2: Apply 1-3 coats of the Mod Podge Glow-In-The-Dark decoupage medium allowing each coat to dry before applying the next coat. The glow will intensify if you use more coats of the Mod Podge.

Step 3: Apply your trim around the eyes and outside of the mask using your glue gun. I found these trims in the $1 bin at a craft store.

Step 4: Glue a 4-6 feathers onto the corner of your mask. Then apply the fabric flower. You can add beads to the flower to add a little sparkle too. I did that on my purple one but left the orange one plain.

Step 5: Once everything is set, you can string some of your trim (or a ribbon) through the holes on either side.  Knot your trim on the inside so it is hidden. Apply a bit of hot glue to the knot to keep it from untying. And now you're done with your mysterious and glam Halloween masks! But the fun is only beginning!

halloween masks mod podge craft

TA-DA!  How cool is this???  The glow is bright and so fun!  I am officially addicted to Mod Podge Glow-In-The Dark!

Also in my box was a super fun product that I have never crafted with before. It is called Mod Podge Collage Clay. It is a soft, thick, creamy clay that you use almost like cake icing. It dries and hardens, locking in any doodads you might secure in it. Here are some examples of how you can use it.

And here is my little monster treat container I made with it!  I coated an empty tin can with the Collage Clay and used a plastic knife to create peaks and pieces to stick out. After drying, I painted it and glued on some beads. I used the Mod Podge Mod Melts to create the green outer circles for the eyes, by the way.

Isn't he silly? I just love this goofy little monster!

Here are some more ways to stay in touch with Plaid craft products!

 I hope you'll try out some of these fun products from Mod Podge!  

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  1. These are fantastic! What an awesome idea.

  2. I love the masks! They turned out great!

  3. These are great! These would be great to make for an event, such as a prom or a fundraiser. Or even to make as a centerpiece. Thank you for sharing!

  4. What a great idea! I haven't worked with Mod Podge in ages, but this looks like a fun project!

  5. The glow in the dark masks are amazing! Thanks for posting this.

  6. Love all of the great ideas!! Can't wait to try making one :)

  7. Those masks are really nice and they glow in the dark! Wow!

  8. Those masks look fabulous! I love how easy you made it look to make them!

  9. These are gorgeous ! Great tutorial, thank you !

  10. Fun! I love that you made these glow in the dark.

  11. These are really great...excellent tutorial. And they're good for a Mardi Gras party as well; not just Halloween. Fun idea!

  12. These are really cute - love that they glow in the dark. Thank you for the great tutorial. Pinning it.

  13. I'm going to a mascaraed ball/ engagement party so this came right on time!


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