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I am making an end table/piece of furnature with magazines on top? best substance to coat with?

I am making an end table/piece of furnature with magazines on top? best substance to coat with? Topic: Bookcase size
June 25, 2019 / By Elizabeth
Question: I have been cutting things out of magazines for a while to make into an end table/bookcase. My plan is to modge-podge (is that even how you SPELL it) the clippings onto the surface and then coat with... I was thinking there must be some sort of clear coat that I will be able to put over it to preserve the clippings from being damaged but I am wondering what that would be? All the help is appreciated thanks:)
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Chris Chris | 3 days ago
I've done what you're talking about (many times) and I HATE mod-podge (i don't know how to spell it either) It feels like it never even dries and I used it on a few of my collages (made from magazines too) and whenever something touches them it gets stuck to the surface of the collage and they gather dust like crazy and it doesnt come off!... and i've tried all the different kinds of mod-podge. I would say you use glue stick to glue everything down... you MUST cover the entire bottom of the magazine paper before adhering it to the table (otherwise it will buble when you seal it... then use Krylon Spray Sealer/ Clear Coat to seal it. You'll need many (MANY) coats and maybe a few bottles depending on the size of your project.
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Aubrie Aubrie
Mod Podge is the best product to use when creating a craft of this type. It is available at nearly every craft store (Michael's, Hobby Lobby, etc.) and is quite inexpensive.
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