January 16, 2016

Mini Barn


Ladies and Gents, grab your Mod Podge and a brush. The Mini Barn Quilt kit is the prefect snowed in activity. Recently I was cooped inside with a snow day and grabbed this little project. After looking through what seemed like all my stash, I made my fabric decision and got podging (that's my new word). Turned out pretty awesome and was super fun.


After watching the tutorial, I was a little scared on the wood glue part. Going back to architectural model making days, I grabbed my Sobo. Using the craft glue allowed me to place each piece individually and have more control. It was a total win. 


7 comments:

  1. I just love the kits. Yours turned out beautifully!

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  2. Your version is beautiful! I love these kits.

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  3. I love how you decorated yours! Definitely a great snow-day activity. Just curious - did you sew the diamond pattern and then podge it, or did you just podge each piece of fabric individually?

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    1. In that Arkansas traveler kit the diamonds are all individual pieces of wood so there' no sewing or need to fuss with the bulk of seam allowances with the wood.

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  4. Love your choices!! I'm still stuck on mine... :(

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  5. I have seen Mod Podge in the shops but never tried it. 'Podging' sounds like fun!

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  6. Love how it came out Chelsea! I've never used sobo before but just about any wood friendly adhesive works well :) Thanks for sharing!

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