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3-08-2012 @ 3:20PM
That's the only legitimate use for those Silly Putty-colored shoes. THAT fad needs to die a painful death. Did you need to scuff the patent off them first so the Mod Podge would stick?I also wonder about how durable these are, considering Mod Podge is water-based, and can turn tacky when it gets wet. Maybe a coat of polyurethane over the top?
3-09-2012 @ 11:01AM
I've done something similar to these but with Archie comics (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=323895.msg3738251#msg3738251); though mine didn't turn out quite as fabulous. The Mod Podge stuck fine without scuffing the shoe itself, and I sprayed them with a clear acrylic sealer. They've held up fine for a few years now, I wouldn't go trouncing about in puddles but other than that they're fine.
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