How To: Make A Mod Podge Collage 

Hello lovely readers! I hope life has been going as great and smooth for you as it has for me! Life has been good but I don’t want to jinx anything!

For my Artsy post today, I have an exciting and oh-so-challenging project for you! Don’t worry, it’s not that hard unless you can’t find the supplies.

Here ‘s What You Need: 

  • Cardboard Strips
  • Magazines (or cut out pictures if you prefer)
  • Paintbrushes (preferably not fancy ones)
  • Mod Podge Glue

Here is an example of mine below: 


I love these so much & I want to do more this summer! So let’s talk about the steps to make a Mod Podge Collage!


  1. Get a cardboard strip and set up your station
  2. Flip through magazines to find fun pictures you want to add to your collage
  3. Cut out the pictures and place them on the cardboard strip (You don’t have to cut all of the pictures at once though)
  4. Dip paintbrush in Mod Podge Glue
  5. Paint glue over every picture multiple times to make it stick
  6. After repeating Steps 4 & 5, you will hopefully have your cardboard strip full of as many pictures as you want
  7. Dip paintbrush in Mod Podge and paint a coat of glue over the entire collage
  8. Now you’re done!

Tips: If you want a theme, try looking for pictures of the same place or the same color. Below, I used a big picture of a taxi cab and cut it into small strips. On the cardboard strip, I placed them at different levels so the picture looks the same but with a cool effect.


I hope you all liked this post and I encourage you to try it out! A Mod Podge could be a cool party idea, gift or sign! Don’t forget to check out the other Artsy Posts and leave a comment!

Bielle ❣


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