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Weekend Wrap Up Party — And Mod Podge Rocks Book and Product Giveaway!

Welcome to the Weekend Wrap UP Party!!!

You all probably know Amy Anderson of Mod Podge Rocks!

Amy is one of my best blogging friends — she’s so talented, funny and smart:

And we started a new site together in May — Refashion Files.

It’s full of awesome refashion ideas (and you can even submit your own for us to feature)!

Not only is Amy an awesome friend of mine who has even braved my guest room pre-makeover, but also,

she has an awesome website: Mod Podge Rocks!

And now she has an awesome new book,

Mod Podge Rocks! – Decoupage Your World.

I’ll tell you how you can win

A copy of this brand-spanking-new book AND a giant pile of awesome Plaid Mod Podge products in a moment.

Amy is witty, talented, and can tell you how to make just about anything with Mod Podge, or, more correctly, put Mod Podge on anything to make it even more fabulous!

In her new Mod Podge Rocks book, she’ll show you

over 40 awesome project ideas,

with a few guest projects from people you might know like Heather Mann, Beckie from Infarrantly Creative and me (this is my clock project below)!

Each project contains detailed step by step instructions along with photographs of each step.

 You’ll find a variety of projects, from simple to more complex, but they’re all things you can feel comfortable tackling. (And I love this floral chair!)

The book includes everything from home accessories and holiday décor to wearables and jewelry.

Amy’s writing style is fun and humorous: you’ll enjoy reading about the projects almost as much as making them!

Amy also helps runs a boutique consulting company offering creative online marketing campaigns … if you’re interested in being part of her blogger team, check it out here.

On to the giveaway!!!


This week you can win not only a copy of Amy’s awesome new book but also a special package of Plaid Mod Podge supplies and goodies, including:

Mod Podge starter pack

Mod Podge Dimensional Magic

Mod Podge t-shirt

Mod Podge Original

3 Mod Podge Podgeable Paper Books (new!)

Mod Podge Poseable Shapes (new too!)


Here’s how YOU can win the GIVEAWAY:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(I’m trying Rafflecopter this week for a change!)

Plus,  Please link up the Wrap Up button– the code is below, or a text link is great if you would rather do that – Tatertots & Jello

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Please comment on TWO posts above you and TWO posts below you — in addition to any others that you want to visit. {We all love comments!}

Have fun!!!

 

I’ll start going through the links tonight.

 

I can’t wait to see what YOU have been doing!

 

xoxo


Comments

  1. Laura G says:

    Great Giveaway!

  2. Thank you for hosting an incredible party! I have linked up my MOORE Puccini Pasta Salad.

  3. Nichole says:

    Thank you for this it’s very inspiring ;)

  4. susslan says:

    love the giveaway!

  5. Tania Eagleit says:

    After being wrap for 8 months, Im glad I can still see you around, cute redhead.

  6. Thanks for hosting such a great party and for taking the time to look at all of our projects!

  7. Thank you for hosting a fabulous party each week, have a wonderful weekend!

    Hugs, Tanya

  8. Thank you for hosting again!! Have a fab weekend!

  9. Thanks for hosting!

  10. Courtney says:

    What fun party. Eock on!

  11. Thanks for the rockin’ party as always Jen!! And Amy’s book looks awesome! I think I need more Mod Podge…. Have an awesome weekend girls!!
    xo
    Heather

  12. Thanks for the rockin’ party as always Jen! And wow Amy’s book looks amazing ~ I think I need to buy me some more Mod Podge ;) Have an awesome weekend girls!!!!
    xo
    Heather

  13. Thank you so very much Jen! Always a blast at your parties! Amazing talent here! Thanks for letting me be a part of it!!
    -Jen

  14. So excited for this giveaway!! Ironically I’m linking up a mod podge project this week, my polkadot snail! Thanks for the party!!

  15. My earring case used Mod Podge…does that get me an extra entry? ;)
    Great giveaway, and thanks for the party!!

  16. Linda Janicki says:

    Mod Podge rocks for at my assisted Living Facility …we us it on all our crafts!!!!

  17. What a great giveaway and link up! thanks for hosting!

  18. kia aka gillian says:

    I’m a bit confused by where to comment — 2 above and 2 below what? So here is my comment. I love Amy’s creativity and am grateful for her sharing it.

    • I just mean when you link up there will be a project above yours on the grid and one below. If you could comment on those then everyone gets some comments and we all love getting comments :)

      xoxox

  19. what a fantastic giveaway!

    thanks for the great parties

    ~heather

  20. Jen you are too good to me!! Love you!!

  21. Thanks for hosting again! Off to check out the other links!

  22. Hi Jen,
    Wow – so much fun: your weekend wrap up party, great project ideas, and a Mod Podge giveaway! I so admire Amy, and even though I have not yet met her in person, I am lucky to call her one of my blogging friends!

  23. Wow! I actually made it in the first 100 posts! Thanks so much for hosting! Have a great weekend!

  24. I got my book in the mail and I was flipping through, saw “washi tape”, and knew it was yours, lol. Thanks for hosting the party!

  25. Thanks for the fun party!! Have a fabulous weekend!

  26. Thanks for hosting another fabulous party! This book would be so awesome because I just got a mod podge starter kit in the mail!!

  27. sweet party Jen ♥ so fun! thank you for hosting…

  28. Thank you for hosting this party each week! I love seeing other people’s projects!

  29. Thanks for hosting! Little Bit

  30. Thank you for hosting, Jen! I love Amy and I love Mod Podge, so this is a great Giveaway. :)

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