Decoupage

You can give a new look to all kinds of products, such as bottles, tea pots, picture frames and complete furniture by using decoupage paper and associated glue, for example Collall varnish glue or Mod Podge. Decoupage paper is slightly sturdier than napkins, making it easier to cut. There is plenty of choice of A4 sheets with all kinds of prints and designs. They are also available in sets.

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Decoupage

The decoupage technique already exists since the 18th century to decorate the interior. Decorative images were pasted on walls, furniture and accessories and finished with a number of varnish layers. The purpose of all these layers of varnish was to give the painted image more depth.

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You will get the best results with decoupage paper, but pictures from magazines, street maps, sheet music and gift wrapping paper can also be transferred to a plate, tile, canvas, candle, lampshade or jar by means of decoupage.

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