Today we’re excited to show you how to decoupage for beginners. It’s an exciting craft that is so much fun and it allows you to be very creative. It is also quite a therapeutic and enjoyable craft.
What To Use When Decoupaging
When it comes to decoupaging, you can use napkins, old wrapping paper, and even favorite photos. No surface or item will be safe and you will be amazed at what you can make.
Decoupage originated in France in the 17th Century as a form of decorating. It was particularly prevalent on cabinets, bookcases, and other pieces of furniture. It was also favored by the Chinese.
How To Decoupage For Beginners Video
via Our Upcycled Life
The video that we are including today has lots of great information and shows you how to get a great result with no bubbles using Mod Podge or clear white school glue. We highly recommend that you view this video. To watch, press play above ^
Tin Can Decoupage
via DIY Enthusiasts
As mentioned earlier, there are plenty of ways to decoupage. Here’s one of our favorite ideas from DIY Enthusiasts. Let’s see what you’ll need.
- Tin Cans
- Enamel or Acrylic Paint
- Assorted Pretty Paper Napkins
- Mod Podge or white (PVA) glue
- brushes and scissors
You can see the full tutorial here.