Amy Anderson


Amy Anderson

Amy AndersonI am a 33-year-old transplant from Seattle living in Atlanta, Georgia. I was born from creative genes, so I'm carrying on the tradition. I have been knitting for 17 years, sewing for longer and decoupaging for just a few.

I do all of these things on a daily basis, or at least as much as I can.  I started Mod Podge Rocks! because when I was trying to find decoupage inspiration, I had to go to a lot of different places to get it. I thought, "what if it could all just be in one place?" I don't just complain people - I make it happen!

In addition to Mod Podge, I love the color blue, dogs, reading, cold weather, funny movies, road rallies, yogurt, garden gnomes, sock monkeys, running, tattoos, being outdoors, buttons, snuggling and apparently blogging. Who knew I would love it this much?

Mod Podge Rocks! Blog
DIY Candy Blog
Mod Podge Rocks! Facebook
Mod Podge Rocks! Twitter
Mod Podge Rocks! Pinterest
Mod Podge Rocks! Instagram
Mod Podge Rocks! YouTube
Mod Podge Rocks! Google+

Amy's Free Craft Projects on FaveCrafts:

Fabric Floral Trinket BoxOrganizational Craft Projects

DIY Wall Art Projects

Autumn Decoupage SignAutumn Craft Projects

Winter Craft Projects

Spring Craft Projects

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hi! where did you find your box for the yarn storage box? I can't find it anywhere

Hi nancyj! I would recommend hopping on over to Amy's blog to ask specific questions on how she created her projects. You could message her on one of her Facebook accounts listed above, as well. Have a great day!

Would like to know for the rhinestone decoration to you use both the ring and the sealing lid or just the ring? I wasn't sure if it suppose to be see through or not. Thanks.

Hi Amy! I have a question about one of your crafts. It's about the 'Simple Rhinestone Recycled Ornament' and I would like to know what kind of lids work best with this craft? When I looked at the picture it shows a lid with a small lip on it, so I wasn't sure if flat lids would work? Say for instance, the lid of a cat or dog canned food? Thanks for you patience! Zonda

Hi wildnrestless--Thanks for your comment! Looks like Mason Jar lids would work best for this project, since they do have the little lip. Otherwise you could use flat lids if you'd like, we'd just suggest putting something around the edges so you don't cut yourself. Hope that helps!--FaveCrafts Editors

Amy, I would like to know where else on line that you can be followed? Pinterest, Twitter, a Blog? I havent been able to source that specific information through this site. That is assuming you have other Social Media content, sorry ;) Jeanine !

Amy I love the idea or the decoupage storage bin, where can I find the plain wood storage bin.

Amy, was wondering if you could add color to Etch All cream that is used for glass etching? You may not know but might can point me in the right direction of where to find the answer.

Thanks, as always, for sharing. You know I think Mod Podge rocks ROCKS!


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