My very favorite project I have done with mod podge is close to my heart and makes me happy every time I look at it. In my early teens, we found out that they were going to go through the stuff that was still in the location of my great, great grandparents' old store. It was awesome to go and see all the neat things that had been kept in that building since the 1940s. I was lucky enough to be able to take a stack of LOOK magazines from the 1940s. I have just had them sitting in a box, so I decided to use them in my decor. I know, I know, they are probably worth bunches of money; but they are too valuable, sentimentally, for me to ever try and get money for them, and they are way too cool for me to leave in a box in my garage. I used a couple of the magazines and cut clips of advertisements with women in them for the drawers to my entertainment center. Then I decorated Kevin's desk with pics relating to the war/military, since he's my military guy. It makes me so happy to look across the room when I am sitting on my couch and see that bit of history, both personal and of the world.
Another mod podge project I worked on, when I was particularly antsy and needed a break from reality was my knife block. I had some pretty scrapbook paper bits and pieces to mod podge onto it that made it more fun to look at. That is good since I hate cooking, so at least when I'm reaching for the knife while doing that unfavorable task, I can enjoy the scenery.