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Paper is my choice. I tried napkins and you only use the top layer so it is a bit thin and fragile to use. Paperchase does some very nice quality paper and printed tissue,which is good. I also got some paper from Kew Gardens,and I expect similar establishments would have same. XXX Adrienne
By pansy potter on 16 September 2014
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I expect you could as it dries clear if used by itself adding a paint colour to it thickens it but you keep the colour within the Mod Podge I use it to sealin paintings as it gives a glazed cover to the painting like a varnish a heavy Mod podge would be best as it will spread further and stays firmer from the start us… see more I expect you could as it dries clear if used by itself adding a paint colour to it thickens it but you keep the colour within the Mod Podge I use it to sealin paintings as it gives a glazed cover to the painting like a varnish a heavy Mod podge would be best as it will spread further and stays firmer from the start use a medium flat brush to apply see less
By George Smith on 31 January 2014
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Yes it can!
By Jadetober on 25 January 2016
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I used it on cotton and wood. The bond won't be extremely strong but it will stick.
By Jadetober on 29 November 2015
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yes we use it all the time never had any problems
By Christine Ogden on 22 October 2015
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Yes it should it does it with fabric
By terry fairfowl on 31 August 2015
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I decorated 60 clear glass votive candle holders for my daughter's wedding with this. I painted areas of the glass with Mod Podge before sprinkling on the gold glitter. Having allowed it to dry for a few hours I applied a second coat. It worked beautifully and once dry the Mod Podge completely disappeared leaving the … see more I decorated 60 clear glass votive candle holders for my daughter's wedding with this. I painted areas of the glass with Mod Podge before sprinkling on the gold glitter. Having allowed it to dry for a few hours I applied a second coat. It worked beautifully and once dry the Mod Podge completely disappeared leaving the exact result I wanted. The holders were a great success and I now have them ready for future occassions! I would thoroughly reccommend Mod Podge. see less
By M. Seiden on 04 February 2014
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I can't say for sure either way, but as it's water based, I'd wonder if the steam in a bathroom would cause it run.
By K. Thompson on 30 May 2016