Decoupage

Decoupage

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Decoupage is a decoration technique for covering items with cut-out paper designs or napkin designs using glue lacquer and a brush.

How to do it
Guide step 1
1.
Prime with paint and leave to dry, before decoupaging your chosen item. Wash glass items beforehand.
Guide step 2
2.
Tear or cut out designs from paper/napkins.
Guide step 3
3.
Apply a coat of glue lacquer to your chosen item and attach the torn or cut out designs.
Guide step 4
4.
Apply two or three coats of glue lacquer to the covered item and leave it to dry.
Guide step 5
Decoupage on glass and porcelain:
Wash the item in warm water and dry thoroughly before starting the process. When the decoration is finished and the item has dried for approx. 2 hours, fix it in a household oven for 30 minutes at 160¬įC.
Guide step 6
Decoupage on wood, papier-m√Ęch√© and similar:
Prime the item with white paint, so that the design looks as clear as possible. The decoupage lacquer is available with a matt or a glossy finish. Drying time is approx. 1 hour.
Guide step 7
Decoupage on fabric and leather:
Use decoupage lacquer designed specifically for fabric. Drying time is approx. 1 hour. Fix the item with an iron so that it may be washed by hand.
Guide step 8
Decoupage with thick paper:
It is possible to use thick paper rather than napkins and similar. Use special adhesive for paper decoration. Finish with a coat of varnish for a waterproof finish.

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