Create some cutesy binder clips by taking a clean binder clip, brush a thick coat of Mod Podge onto clip, place on your chosen paper or fabric, and add another layer of Mod Podge. Let dry and finito! You can even try painting the remaining black clip edges with some nail polish.

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Did you know you can easily make stickers with just two ingredients, including Mod Podge? You probably have the supplies in your house already!

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Make a fabric cover for a binder or notebook. Maybe for one of my lightly used white binders, or my overused orange binder. Probably the latter. Love you, baby!

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I made some of these using a different method - I think this method would be SO much easier!!!

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Cute - use Mod Podge to decorate boring binder clips with scrapbook paper & little flowers I was thinking of making a storage unit connecting Clementine crates with binder clips but decided they wouldn't look good together--never thought of decorating them!

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Just add fabric... so cute! All you need is some fabric, a little mod podge and about 5 minutes. Trim the fabric to size, apply one coat of Mod Podge, press fabric into place, and apply one more coat of Mod Podge. Let air dry and attach to a collection of papers or a bundle of handmade cards you are gifting to a

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