CSI Mod Podge Challenge

One of my favorite projects of past was the Ballard inspired French document.  The CSI Project  is having a Mod Podge challenge and I have added this project to the competition.   Amy from  Mod Podge Rocks  is the guest judge this week and you have to check out all the great projects she does with Mod Podge.

This was my inspiration for the project.
My project cost $422.75 less than the original!   You can see how I made this along with a cost breakdown here.
I love how it turned out!
Thanks to The CSI Project for hosting this competition. Please drop by to see all the creative projects using
Mod Podge.

59 thoughts on “CSI Mod Podge Challenge”

  1. Sherry,
    I honestly kept scrolling and looking for your project. I thought your project was done by Ballard. No kidding, it is better than the inspiration piece.
    I would pay big $$$ to have this. Beautiful and interesting!!!! I LOVE IT! Kudos to you, my friend!!!!
    Thanks for the instuctions… I'm off to see them now. I jst might have to copy this. You know what they say, imitation is the best form of flattery!

  2. I am SO impressed! And it looks so very do-able! Thanks for your sweet comment on my post, but your house is the fun one to see because of how clever and thrifty you are! Love it!

  3. Wow. That is so cute. And so much more reasonable than the Ballard's one. I love how you burnt the edges. Very nice vignette under the sign also.

  4. Ballard has nothing on your girl! I love how you did this project with just a few items and saved hundreds of dollars! Looks good on the wall too! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Oh My Gosh Sherry, this is fabulous! I've got to see how you did this. This post would be wonderful to share at my new Friday party, Vintage Inspiration Friday. I'd love for you to link up thurs. nite!

  6. Wow that is great. Have you posted about how it was done.I have a documnet that would be perfect for this. Please tell how you did it.Mostly what is the doc. mounted to. Luan, foam core board, thin wood? Thanks
    The Mrs.

  7. Hi Sherry,
    I'm so excited to learn how you did this! It's beautiful and prettier than Ballards. They do have a wonderful script fabric that I've been thinking about but it's priced reasonably.

    I'm going to look at your tutorial.


  8. This is just gorgeous. I love how you made it look so antique. Great vision and creativity. I am also still drooling over your table and all of the fabulous accessories you have in your previous post. I just love it. Stunning. Hugs, Marty

  9. I am so in love with this piece!! I downloaded the document some time ago, now if I can just find the time to put it together. I can't wait to put this in my living room. Thanks for reposting this!

  10. Hi Sherry… I am glad you reposted because I got to see this!! You did an amzing job, a french birth certificate, so chic 🙂 I like yours far better than your inspiration:-)
    Thanks for visiting!

  11. I knew this looked familiar, Sherry!! It turned out wonderfully and what a cost savings….
    You do inspire so many with your pretties and your projects.
    ~ Sue

  12. That is gorgeous Sherry. I am so sorry I missed this segement…I have a few modge podge projects I loved to do. Thanks for popping over. You have a great weekend as well. Debbie

  13. Sherry, I saw this when you first posted but didn't have time to comment then. This is just an amazing project. What a stunning outcome! LOVE it!


  14. This is a wonderful project and I love that it's so easy. I have the same french birth certificate, I need to try this! Thanks for a neat idea, Sherry.


  15. I meant to leave a comment about this when I was here a couple of days ago. This is STUNNING! I have marked it so I can come back to it. I am going to try my best to do this. I think I will also do a letter I have that is from my grandmother to her mother and it is about my father. She even traced his little hand. Thank you so much for sharing all that you do.

    Elizabeth Ann

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