How To Make A Glass Tile Pendant Using Mod Podge
You will need Small Paint Brush Fine tipped precision scissors Mod Podge Patterned paper* Clear glass tile or cabochon Matching setting Most paper will work as long as the print doesn't run when wet i.e jet ink paper is not suitable 1. Cut the paper to match the glass cabochon or tile. You can hold the glass cabochon firmly on the paper and with your scissors cut around the glass cabochon using it like a template. For this step you can also use a paper punch or alternatively you can trace around the cabochon with a pencil and cut inside the traced lines. 2. Use your paint brush and brush a thin layer of the Mod Podge on the glass cabochon or tile. Place the paper on the back. Using your fingers smooth out any air bubbles and make sure the Mod Podge is spread evenly. Use a clean cloth to clean any excess Mod Podge. 3. Allow to dry and glue the cabochon to the matching setting. You can use the Mod Podge or glue. It is important that the Mod Podge on the glass tile is dry before gluing to the setting. If not discoloring can occur.