I decoupaged fabric onto pickle jars and put piece of vinyl flooring for a countertop disguise. I have a Mary Englebret theme in my kitchen.
By Maggie from Bloomington, MN
I love it! I love finding new ways to reuse things.
Looks great! You should send this to ME.
Never thought of that.They look expensive now.Thanks for sharing.Keeper
How fun! I remember when I used to do the very same sort of crafting/decorating. Keep it up, it makes people smile!
God bless you. : )
I love them
That looks so fabulous! I just love ME and your craft is so cute!
I love ME....oh, please give us some pic's of your kitchen. I would love to see more of your decorating!!!! :}
Here's a few more pics of the current kitchen :0)
Hi Maggie, Love your idea, Thanks for shareing. Will the decoupage seal the fabric? How hard will they be to clean? I am thinking that you could take a damp soapy rag to them every once in a while. Could you? I have never decoupaged. Any pointers? Thank you
Yep, I just wipe them down with a little spray cleaner on the sponge and they're good to go! Using Mod Podge is quick and easy..it does work as a sealer, but will turn "milky" looking if soaked in water, until it drys again. I just put some on the item, lay the fabric on it and give it a heavy coat and it's a done deal :0) You could also (depending on the item) give a a coat of two of clear spray paint, for a final coat. (Walmart, about a $1 a can) I use it on everything!
I live in Abilene, TX about 2 and half hours from Dallas. I can't ever seem to find any Mary E around here. At least not at the scale you used to decorate with. By the way, Love your kitchen! These ideas were too cute!
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