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Has anyone used a product called "Modpodge" before?

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utepoot | 22:55 Wed 05th Dec 2012 | DIY
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I saw a cute way to spruce up shoes on Pinterest, using the decoupage method. I have a pair of canvas shoes (plimsolls) that I'd like to use the technique on. My question is, would Modpodge be the suitable medium for applying cut up fabric remnants to my canvas shoes, whilst keeping the flexiblity of the shoes?

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Thanks for the link Iluvspikey.
Hmmm, several people have put reviews on that say it isn't that great. I was hoping it would be waterproof as well as flexible.
your best bet would be to use the Fabric one, use it all over first to make a base coat and let it dry and then apply what you want, then seal it with a top coat.
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