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Old 12-19-2007, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Can I mod podge over heat embossing?

I'm working on a couple of clipboards and had an idea for an element that is stamped and heat embossed. I've always used mod podge for an adhesive and then as a sealant over the clipboard, but I am wondering if mod podge will ruin the embossing. Has anyone done this, and how did it work out?

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I doubt it would hurt the embossing. Try embossing and Mod Podging a test piece, before you do the real thing.
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I think I have done both. Mod podged over heat embossing and heat embossed over mod podge.
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Why are you wanting to mod podge over it? As I understand, your modpodging, then embossing. Are you trying to protect the embossing? You could paint a thin layer of crystal effects to protect the embossing and it will seal your chipboard as well.
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