Decoupage Craft Ideas

Decoupage is a craft that is not only easy for the beginner, but has numerous applications for all ranges of experience. This is a guide containing decoupage craft ideas.

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Painted Bread Box

By Rachel's Mom 277 87

My sister-in-law purchased a plain, wooden bread box at a second-hand store for $3.00. She knows I'm "crafty" and asked if I would paint and decorate the bread box with some type of blue and white design.

Painted Bread Box

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Lavender Infused Sugar Jar

By Benetta 221 118

Christmas is just around the corner, the perfect time to start making gifts. Find your inspiration for this kitchen gift in the beautiful French region of Provence. Choose the lush color of purple lavender so often seen in this area, and add a whimsical feel with a touch of pink and white. Use napkins with suitable words and pictures printed on them, and create a kitchen gift for a food-loving friends' Christmas stocking. Fill the jar with lavender infused sugar, and spoil her with sugar that would add a special touch to her next round of baking.

finished decorated jar with sprigs of lavender

Approximate Time: 1 hour

Yield: 1 jar

Supplies:

  • small clear sealing lid glass jar
  • two suitable napkins ~ for this project, napkins with pictures of lavender and the words Provence and Dream were used
  • piece of handmade pink rice paper
  • 40 in each of two different matching satin ribbons
  • Heritage Satin Modge Podge
  • Heritage Gloss Craft Varnish
  • light purple pigment ink stamp pad
  • lavender infused sugar to fill the bottle
  • 10/32" paintbrush
  • hairdryer
  • pair of standard scissors
  • few sheets of old newspapers to protect the working area
  • old cloth

Steps:

  1. Cut strips with the printed words from the napkins and remove the bottom layers from all the napkin strips.
  2. closeup of napkin used
  3. Paint a substantial amount of Modge Podge to the jar.
  4. Put the first strip of napkin in position on the jar. Paint Modge Podge over the strip of napkin, so that it will stick to the jar. As the napkin can stretch or tear easily, it is best to start painting from the middle of the strip towards the sides, and working in small triangles.
  5. Use the hairdryer to dry the strip of napkin.
  6. Repeat steps 3-4 with the other strips of napkin, until the jar has been covered with the strips of napkin with the words Provence and Dream.
  7. napkin words attached
  8. Roughly tear a piece from the handmade pink rice paper.
  9. Paint a substantial amount of Modge Podge on the jar where the torn rice paper would be added.
  10. Put the rice paper in place and follow the description given in steps 3-4 to affix the rice paper to the jar.
  11. Cut out one of the lavender pictures from the napkin and remove the bottom layers from the lavender picture.
  12. Put the lavender napkin picture in place and follow the description given in steps 3-4 to affix it to the jar.
  13. addition of picture of lavender
  14. Paint a thin layer of Modge Podge over the jar. Remember to paint gently over the napkin strips, the rice paper and the lavender picture. The Modge Podge will protect the pictures and give the product a smoother finish. Note: Do not add any Modge Podge to the bottom of the jar.
  15. Dry the jar thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  16. Repeat steps 11-12 ~ you need to apply at least 3 coats of Modge Podge, but remember that with every layer, the direction in which the Modge Podge is applied, must be changed from horizontal to vertical to horizontal, etc.
  17. Remove the spongy foam pad from the ink stamp pad's plastic backing. Fold the spongy foam in half and use it to give the top of the jar a wash with the light purple pigment ink. Allow to dry thoroughly.
  18. Apply a final coat of Modge Podge and allow to dry thoroughly. While adding this layer of Modge Podge, regularly clean the brush on a piece of newspaper, as some of the ink from the wash will rub off onto the brush. Dry the jar thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  19. Add a layer of water-based varnish to the jar and use the hairdryer to dry the jar thoroughly.
  20. Paint one coat of Modge Podge over the lid, but do not paint over the rubber sealing. Dry thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  21. Paint one coat of water-based varnish over the lid and dry thoroughly.
  22. Fill the jar with the lavender infused sugar.
  23. Tie the ribbons around the jar's neck and make a bow.
  24. finished gift

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Tip: Decoupaged Tissue Boxes

By Lisa Austin 21 89

A decopauged tissue box.I bought plain, plastic tissue holder covers at the Euro shop and decoupaged them using paper and also fabric. I think they turned out quite nicely. I painted up to 5 coats of varnish on these as they get a lot of use. I also glued on elastic bands to the bottoms to hold the tissue box in the holder. green and red classic pattern classic red and gold stripes and medallions pink roses on light yellow background

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Vintage Decoupage Tin

By Benetta 221 118

The completed tin.My father is currently recovering from cancer, and he uses a food supplement called Lifegain that comes in a neat tin. When the first tin was empty, I asked my mom if I could have it, as I was thinking of recycling this tin.

I recently discovered some old family photos in my mother's cupboard. The photos are more than 50 years old, and all of them are coming from the era when black and white photos were still regarded as fashionable. I decided to use one of these photos to decoupage the empty Lifegain tin, and to make something new from something that otherwise, would have ended up on the rubbish bin.

Approximate Time: 3 hours

Supplies:

  • a suitable old black and white photo
  • a photo editing program ~ I used PhotoScape version 3.5, which can be downloaded free of charge from http://www.photoscape.org/.
  • an old tin
  • paint stripper and paint scraper
  • a can of quick-drying white spray paint
  • an 8/32 inch paint brush
  • fine paintbrush
  • a fan-shaped paint brush
  • water-based primer
  • Deco Art glue
  • Modge Podge
  • water-based varnish
  • hairdryer
  • acrylic paint in the following three colors: white, flesh, and old gold
  • a stencil that will fit with the rest of the design ~ cut your own design from an old X-ray film
  • a rose made from polymer clay (available from craft shops)
  • silicone gel
  • a pair of standard scissors
  • a few sheets of old newspapers to protect the working area
  • an old cloth

Instructions:

  1. Apply a coat of paint stripper to the tin and the tin's lid. Depending on the type of stripper used (follow instructions of the manufacturer), wait approximately 1 minute, and then use the scraper to peel off the paint. If necessary, use a second coat of paint stripper to get rid of all the paint.
  2. Wash the tin and lid in warm soapy water and dry it thoroughly.
  3. Use the can of quick-drying spray paint to give the tin and lid a base color. Remember not to hold the can too close to the tin or lid when spraying, and do not spray too much paint, as this will cause the paint to run.
  4. Let the tin and lid dry thoroughly. If necessary, apply a second coat of paint.
  5. Scan the photo onto your computer.

  6. With the PhotoScape program, choose the Filter button and click on Region (Out of Focus). Choose the black radial option, with the settings 85% for the Size and 40% for the Feather.
  7. From the different frames that can be added to the photo, choose the Antique 04 frame and set the width at 150%.
  8. Save the adjusted photo onto your computer. If you want to keep the scan of the original photo for another project, remember to save the adjusted photo under a different name.
  9. Print the number of copies that would be needed for the tin ~ I used 6 for this tin.
  10.  The edited vintage photo that was used for the project.

  11. With a slightly wet 8/32 inch brush, paint a thin layer of the water-based primer over the whole tin and lid. Remember not to paint on the area that will be under the lid once closed, as this will cause the lid to eventually get stuck to the tin.
  12. Dry the tin and lid thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  13. Next, using the same paint brush, add a thin layer of white acrylic paint to the whole tin and lid, again making sure not to paint on the area under the lid once closed.
  14. Dry the tin and lid thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  15. Using the fan-shaped paint brush, give the tin and lid a wash with the flesh-colored acrylic paint, again not painting on the area under the lid. Make sure to especially add some detail to the bottom of the tin and the edge of the lid with the flesh-colored acrylic paint. Remember not to use too much paint when using a fan-shaped brush, as this will lose the fan-shaped effect ~ remove excess paint by dabbing it onto a sheet of newspaper before starting to paint.
  16. Dry the tin and lid thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  17. Repeat step 14, but this time using the old gold acrylic paint.
  18. Again, dry the tin and lid thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  19. Cut out the pictures and decide how they will be placed on the tin. Having the pictures slightly overlap one another and placing them on different levels, creates a more interesting end result.
  20. With the 8/32 inch brush, paint a substantial amount of Deco Art Glue to the back of the first picture. Turn the picture around and put it in position on the tin, but do not press it down.
  21. With the brush, spread glue to the front of the picture, lightly applying pressure so that it will stick to the tin.
  22. Working from the middle of the picture, and from inside towards the outside, rub out all the air bubbles and excess glue from the back of the picture. Use an old cloth to clear any excess glue from the tin.
  23. Use the hairdryer to dry the picture thoroughly.
  24. Repeat steps 19-22 with the other pictures.
  25. Use a stencil and a thin paint brush to add some detail with the old gold paint.
  26. The detail that was added with the stencil.

  27. Use the hairdryer to dry the stenciled designs.
  28. With the 8/32 inch brush, paint a thin layer of Modge Podge over the whole tin. Remember again not to paint on the area under the lid. The Modge Podge will protect the pictures and give the product a smoother finish.
  29. Dry the tin thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  30. Repeat steps 26-27 ~ you need to apply at least 6 coats of Modge Podge, but remember that with every layer, the direction in which the Modge Podge is applied, must be changed from horizontal to vertical to horizontal, etc. Also, remember that after every layer of Modge Podge, the tin must first be dried thoroughly with the hairdryer.
  31. With the 8/32 inch brush, add a layer of water-based varnish to the whole tin and lid, and again use the hairdryer to dry the tin and lid thoroughly.
  32. Using a fine paintbrush, paint the polymer clay rose with the flesh-colored acrylic paint. Allow to dry, and then add some detail to the rose with the old gold acrylic paint.
  33. A close-up of the rose.

  34. Glue the rose to the top of the lid with the silicone gel and allow it to dry thoroughly.

Tips:

  • I deliberately didn't use Paper Seal, as the running of the ink added to the vintage look. If preferred, one can paint a thin layer of Paper Seal over the printouts of the photos before gluing them onto the tin.
  • To clean, wipe with a damp cloth and do not use strong detergents. Not dishwasher safe.
  • When doing decoupage, do not use the highest heat setting on the hairdryer.

Photos included:
Photo 1: The edited vintage photo that was used for the project.
Photo 2: The detail that was added with the stencil.
Photo 3: A close-up of the rose.
Photo 4: The completed tin.

By BessieBessie from Pretoria, Gauteng

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Decoupage Photos Onto Wood Letter

By Becky Miles 100 151

I've seen a few examples of this project on Pinterest and couldn't wait to make one of my own. It's a real statement piece, but it doesn't cost a lot to make. You can use black and white pictures or pictures in color, depending on your preference.

completed letter

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Decoupage Wall Plaques

By Julia 147 1,074

Small wooden plaques with picture cut from magazines or other sources which are decoupaged into place using half white glue and half water or a decoupage medium, filled in or enhanced with paint.

Craft Project: Decoupage Wall Plaque Supplies

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Tip: Decoupaged Box Lid Using Old Calendar Pages

By Sherry Hampton 35 60

A decopauged box from a calendar.This is a paper mache box bought at WalMart, painted outside blue and inside off white.

I like to save my calendars, I really like Victorian, farms and landscapes.

Here is one that I just measured for the lid and cut it out. I used decoupage glue to affix to the top of lid and added more decoupage glue to the lid.

Then I added rick rack to the border and used more decoupage glue to hold it in place. Then I went over it several times with craft clear varnish.

It looks like a painting.

By Sherry from Valdosta, GA

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Tin Decoupaged with Old Family Photos

By Benetta 221 118

I recently discovered some old family photos in my mother's cupboard. The photos are more than 50 years old, and all of them are coming from the era when black and white photos were still regarded as fashionable.

Decoupaged Tin with old photos

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Decorative Decoupaged Letters

By Becky Miles 100 151

This project was done for the wonderful librarian at my daughter's school. It is pretty easy and inexpensive. The kids thought it was cool! You could use this technique to spell out anything, using any type of paper, book pages, comic books, etc. It's a versatile project.

finished letters

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Candy Wrapper Covered Can

By Becky Miles 100 151

Many years ago, I saw a project similar to this, done by Martha Stewart. She used Mary Jane candy wrappers, decoupaged onto a box, I think. For this project, I used Tootsie Roll wrappers.

finished cans, both styles

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Decoupage Cross

By Robbie 8 13

If you like to decoupage, you will like making this cross. I started with a plain wood cross purchased at Michael's.

Blue and green cross.

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Halloween Plate

By Michele 9 17

This plate is both inexpensive and easy to make. My 9 year old daughter made this one.

Halloween decorated plate.

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Easy Candy Jar Gifts

By Becky Miles 100 151

This is a very easy and very inexpensive gift. My mom used to make jars like this for friends, making a padded fabric lid. The idea for these came to me when my sister-in-law was talking about her love of Dots candy.

the two finished jars

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Découpaged Easter Eggs

By Anne Davies 22 12

If you're looking for a quick and easy craft to do this Easter, then decoupage is definitely for you. Decoupage comes from the old French word decouper, meaning "to cut out", so if you can cut and paste, you already know most of the techniques involved.

Decoupage Easter Egg

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Tip: Decoupaged Old Aluminum Trays

By Mary 12 12

Here is a good idea for those "old aluminum trays", you might have lying around. I spray painted them, rubbed on "Treasure Gold" metallic finish. Then I decoupaged a black and white copy of our grandkids in the center. I then sprayed it with a glossy finish.

Painted and decoupaged aluminum tray.

By Mary from Leroy, IL

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Tip: A Gift Frame For Earrings

By Lisa Austin 21 89

decorative frame to gift earringsA friend will be celebrating her birthday soon and I wanted to give her a pair of earrings, but in an interesting way. So I decoupaged a frame, added the velvety paper and glued on a large chunk of cork, stuck the earrings into it and wah la! I placed the glass and paper from the frame behind the velvet paper so my friend will be able to use the frame as a frame later on. I work a lot with frames and find them an interesting 'canvas'.

By Lisa from Thessaloniki, Greece

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Patchwork Photo Album

Shauna Smith Duty

When you open a photo album, all the warmth of a family's history is poured out on each page. All those precious memories tucked inside a generic photo album from a super store seems a little ironic. Sure, they say it's what's inside that counts, but a nice presentation is nothing to scoff at.

A photo album pieced together with scraps of fabric.

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Decoupaged Glass Vases

By Jess 132 771

These easy decorated vases and jars make great candle holders for Valentine's Day. Any recycled glass jar would work. We used both regular tea lights and the battery operated ones. At least one of these projects is going to be a gift for Grandma.

Decoupaged Glass Vases

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Decoupage a Memo Holder

By Benetta 221 118

My teaching colleague and friend will celebrate her birthday soon. At our school, she is a Grade Tutor, and she is responsible for addressing behavioral and social problems with the learners in her grade.

Memo Holder Step 6

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Slate That Looks Painted

If you are like me, I haven't learned how to paint but love the look. Take a slate and go to craft store and find the rub on transfers that you like, I love bears thus my selection.

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Decoupage Jug

By Sherry Hampton 35 60

Tear paper bags into pieces. Use Royal Coat Glue starting just inside top of bottle. Go around bottle, leaving handle alone - you can hold onto it this way.

Decoupaged jug.

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Decoupage a Flower Vase for Spring

By Benetta 221 118

Spring is usually seen as a time of growth and renewal, a time to fall in love and to breathe new life into romance. Nat King Cole managed to encapsulate the joy of spring in his song "Spring is Here."

Add some artificial flowers to the vase.

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Tip: Paper Napkin Craft - Three Ways

By Lisa Austin 21 89

napkinsI know it might seem a little early for Christmas projects, but I thought I would post this one early. Here are three different ideas using the same beverage sized napkin. Starting at the top, I used this napkin both on the frame as well as inside the frame. I put this out each Christmas as I love old-world type decorations. Continuing clockwise, I am just starting to use the same napkin on a ceramic tile (decoupaged). The bottom one is a Christmas card using the same napkin. All three ideas are using the decoupaged method of gluing paper onto different surfaces. All are very easy and lots of fun, not to mention, you can be very creative!

By Lisa from Thessaloniki, Greece

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Decoupage Ornamental Ball

By Aysha 44 11

Decoupage is the art of pasting paper. Wildly popular during Victorian times, it can be a wonderful way to create many different styles of art.

Decoupage Balls

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Tip: "Vintage" Cupboard

By carol MacDonald 5 2

red painted cupboard with decoupaged calendar pagesI purchased an unfinished cupboard and primed it. Next I painted it gold and then a coat of red. I made it look old by sanding areas where it might have been worn. I added 3 pictures from and old calendar with decoupage glue and varnished over to protect it.

By Carol from Waterloo, Ontario

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Tip: Using Tissue Paper To Update A Lamp

By Sol 2

I changed my living room and my table lamps won't match, they were peach ceramic. I cleaned the ceramic with alcohol and then I put a thin layer of Elmers' glue and, with tissue paper which I crushed with my hands forming a ball, unfold the paper and press on the glued surface all around. After it is completely dried, paint it with a water based stain in any color you like. I first painted it with white. After completely dried, I used a maple stain, and finally a darker color. It came out wonderful and I can use my lamps again. They look like I just bought them.

By Sol from Miami, FL

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Tip: Mod Podge Substitute

By prciosa3 1

I recently discovered that with a little water added to plain white craft glue, the same crafts can be made, with the same results instead of using the more expensive Mod Podge as an adhesive/sealant/gloss.

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    Question: What is Decoupage?

    By April 1

    What is decoupage?

    By April from Whittier, CA

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    By Catherine 7 153 Flag

    April 15, 2011

    Hello ! Decoupage is the french word for cutting out from french verb "couper" which means to cut. If you type "decoupage artistique" as key word in google image search you will see some amazing paper crafts.

    Catherine

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    Question: Decoupaging a Napkin on Fabric

    By Nichola 1

    If I decoupage a napkin onto a table cloth, how can I seal it so that it can be washed without coming off?

    Any advice would be appreciated.

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      By Marty Dick 167 967 Flag

      July 26, 2015

      Would it be feasible to use an iron on product such as Wonder Under to affix the napkin to the table cloth? You could then do a decorative stitch around the edge of the napkin.

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      Question: Decoupaging Baseball Cards to a Tabletop

      By Lidstrom 1

      I am trying to layer mod podge over collector baseball cards on a table. Do the layers ever dry hard enough to actually use the table? The bottle says wait 20 minutes. I've been waiting more than an hour. I have been wet sanding and using steel wool every 10 coats. It still feels soft. Will a few coats of polycrylic as the final finish do the trick?

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        By Mary Lou 14 765 Flag

        June 22, 2015

        The drying problem may have something to do with the thickness of the cards. Have you considered just putting them under a sheet of either glass or clear acrylic instead?

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        Question: Decoupaging Old Metal TV Trays

        By Karen 12 4

        I have some old metal TV trays that I want to refurbish. What are the steps that I should take to prepare them to be decoupaged?

        By Karen from Luthersburg, PA

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        By kuna 2 Flag

        February 16, 2014

        I found a set of 1950s metal TV trays at a yard sale. First I cleaned and then sanded the tops that were previously painted. Then I applied a good primer, then painted the tops black. I used black and white images to decoupage and finished with 10 coats of water based polyurethane. I also used fine steel wool on the legs to freshen them up. They turned out great.

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        Tip: Preventing Brushstrokes on Photo Tiles

        By Toni 21 7

        When using Mod Podge to seal your photo tiles and you want to avoid brushstrokes, take a piece of sponge and stipple it on top. You could also use a clear spray lacquer instead.

        You won't be able to tell there is any finish on the items in the photos. The smaller 2x2 tiles have a magnet adhered on the back. The first small tile was used as a party favor for a 100th birthday, and everyone loved them! One of the tiles is a photo taken in the rain, that is not Mod Podge brush strokes. The larger is 5 x 7 photo that I mod podged to canvas and then stippled Mod Podge over the photo.

        Photo Tiles without brushstrokes.100th Birthday MagnetPreventing Brushstrokes on Photo Tiles

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          Tip: Ideas for Decoupage

          By Karen H. 10 140

          I've decoupaged a lot of things over the years: blank premade cardboard boxes of different shapes, stools, shelves, trays, plastic eggs, a clear glass plate, and trivet.

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          Tip: Craft For Remembering Your Trip

          When you go on vacation, find small items such as small stones, shells, coins (pressed pennies from a machine or small foreign currency). Get a post card or take a picture that will remind you of the trip.

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          Tip: Cup Saucer Decoupaged Picture Frame

          Have saucers without a cup? Take the saucers and cut a family picture to fit and glue it in the middle. Decorate around the picture in some form and let dry. Then give it a coating of decoupage. Let dry and re-do. Slip it in a decoupaged box, decorated by you. Add a pretty bow.

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          Decoupaging Furniture With Sheet Music

          This is a guide about decoupaging furniture with sheet music. Scored music paper can be fun pattern to cover wooden chests and drawers.

          Decoupaging a dresser with old sheet music.

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          Question: Decoupage Pins

          By Cary Huggins 1

          I am looking for decoupage pin directions. I saw a posting on the internet.

          By Cary from Westport Island, ME

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          Tip: Fall Decorated Pumpkins With Mod Podge

          By "A" 2

          My daughter and I have recently discovered Mod podge semi-gloss (thanks to Martha S.). We used it on all assorted size pumpkins, and used glitter or crepe paper. Tonight we're going to use fall leaves from our yard.

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          Tip: Cub Scout Box

          By Wendy Somers 34

          Our Cub Scout pack needed a craft for the boys on orientation night. I came up with this recycled shoe box. We spray painted it gold and then used a blue photocopy for the top. The scouts used modge podge to glue the seal to the lid.

          decoupage box

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          Tip: Making Pill Boxes With Decoupage

          By pam munro 522 790

          You can make nice little pill boxes for the purse by saving nice small containers and decoupaging pictures on the lid with diluted white glue (then sealing it with clear nail polish.)

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          Tip: Save Gift Wrap for Decoupage

          Save every scrap of gift wrap. It will always be good enough for decoupaging something. Be sure it has no bits and pieces of tape on it, otherwise, it can be used as underliner if not on the final side of what you're making.

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