If you haven’t busted the Mod Podge out this year, then it’s about time. Halloween is right around the corner, and Mod Podge is perfect for the season. One of the secret weapons in my craft arsenal that I always break out during the holidays in my Sparkle Mod Podge.
I’m not normally a glitter person, but Halloween and Christmas just bring it out of me! Of course I’m doing a lot of decoupaging for Halloween, and I hope you will too. For some inspiration, scroll down to see 18 Mod Podge Halloween crafts. You’re going to love them!
Mod Podge Halloween Projects
If you haven’t tried Sparkle Mod Podge, it’s the secret ingredient in making this pumpkin awesome.
Use Mod Podge combined with beautiful graphics to decorate plates for the season.
A bright pink tree from the dollar store gets a fun Halloween makeover.
Use book pages and your favorite embellishments for quick and easy decor.
Use glow-in-the-dark Mod Podge to decorate a bottle that acts as fun decor during the day and glows spookily at night.
You’ll use a variety of ingredients including paint, glitter spray and fabric to make this unique Halloween decor.
Decorate craft store cones with small circles punched out from Halloween scrapbook paper.
Use recycled jars and tissue paper to make these delightful Halloween lanterns.
Pick your favorite Halloween movies and phrases to make this unique subway art – no die cutter required.
Why make one pumpkin when you can make three and display them together?
Use vintage images to decorate simple wooden blocks that you can display on a mantel or shelf.
The secret to making this candleholder look spooky is mesh fabric.
This spooky spider frame uses book pages and paper spiders for a festive touch.
Take a regular table runner and make it perfect for Halloween with Mod Podge photo transfer medium.
Mummy Treat Bin
Make a fun and spooky bag from cheesecloth, perfect for collecting Halloween treats.
Book of Spells
Create a spooky spell book perfect for Halloween with Mod Podge and scrapbook paper.
Not only are these pumpkin blocks cute, but they don’t take long to make.
Use fabric and paper mache letters to make a fun display that glows at night.