Mod Podge glasses case

We’ve all seen these, right?


This particular one came from the dollar section at Target.  Here’s proof:


Functional, but ugly.  I covered it with Mod Podge and fabric and now?


The perfect place to store your glasses (fakes, if you’re Macy).


I used regular old Mod Podge, not the fabric variety, and a paint brush.  I smoothed and pulled as I went.  I found a sheet of wax paper to be the perfect way to keep it from sticking closed while it was drying.  I think I still might glue some trim along the edges, but I haven’t found the perfect one yet.

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  1. The Momma says:

    WOW! That is so darned cute!

  2. That is awesome! What a brilliant idea.

  3. What an upgrade! I think I might need to do one now!

    Did you remove the inside when you were doing the corners?

  4. Very cute!

  5. Your cool friend, Cheryl says:

    I did this for my grandma once…it's a great project.

  6. Kitschalicious says:

    This is so cool. I may make a masculine one for my SO since he's ALWAYS losing his glasses!

  7. Adorable, but I think the hubbs would get mad if I did it to his lol

  8. Calamity Anne says:

    What a FABULOUS idea!!! Going to find one of those old cases I've got lying around and doody it up! Thanks!

  9. That looks way better!

    Hey, I was excited to meet you yesterday at Sabra's–I was bummed that you couldn't come!

    Maybe on another crafting day.

  10. I love it!!!!

  11. This Creative Mama says:

    Wow this is great! I've been wanting to try mod podge and this looks like the prefect project to do it with Thanks!

  12. dixiemango says:

    Love that idea… going to do it pronto!

  13. The Lil Missus says:

    fabulous!!! I feel like maybe I NEED to do this!!!!

  14. The Cottage Mama says:

    That is totally adorable! I have SO much fabric that I just love and this is a great way to add it to an everyday essential. Thanks for sharing!!

  15. La Tempête says:

    I have been thinking about doing THE EXACT SAME THING! They are so ugly uncovered.

  16. Kristine Robinson says:

    Love it – I think I might even be able to do this one. I still want to be you when I grow up. when I am done with school I so want to move in with you – but not in a creepy way. Just to learn how to do all your cool stuff.

  17. sportzmom says:

    Awesome. What did you do with the edges on the underside? Happy Thursday!

  18. Laurel @ Ducks in a Row says:

    I've got a couple that could use this treatment!

  19. Christina says:

    I really like it! How did you get the fabric to lay flat when it's rounded?

  20. Peggy of Plush Nest says:

    I'm SO doing this! My new sunglasses came with an UGLY case, but not for long!

  21. Peggy of Plush Nest says:

    I'm SO doing this! My new sunglasses came with an UGLY case, but not for long!

  22. love it char!

  23. ooh I love this, my son is always wanting me to craft for him but I find it so hard to find appropriate things for an 11 year old boy, he just seems to grown up for most of the things I have come across. He would love this!

    Your blog makes me smile so I have named you for an award on my blog , I am sure you have had a load of these but I wanted you to know how much I enjoy your blog xx

  24. sweetpea@brown paper packages says:

    so cute!

  25. You should leave it as it is…no trim. I LOVE it! Simple, clean lines…and honestly…less work! ;)


  26. Genius.

  27. Mod Podge Amy says:

    So fun!

  28. ascrapoftime says:

    Definitely going to have to do this one! =o)

  29. Mama Thompson says:

    I LOVE this…I may have to make some as gifts for the glass wearing folks in the family!

  30. ificould says:

    Such a great idea – I posted a link on my blog:

    Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  31. How did you figure out the pattern? Trace it off?

  32. loooooooove it!!

  33. Looking on the Vera Bradley website at their eyeglass cases for $20! Definitely gonna try this.


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