3-D Découpage Made Easy
Susan Penny, Martin Penny
David & Charles, 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
Create striking decorative objects and memorable gifts using the easy-to-learn craft of decoupage. With images taken from a variety of sources, including fabric, books, photographs, and greeting cards, anyone can make these multi-dimensional works of art. All the simple-to-learn techniques are explained with color illustrations, and the glorious full-color photographs of every project will inspire you to get right to work. Transform floral gift wrap into an eye-catching botanical picture to hang on the wall; use scraps of wallpaper with a wildlife theme to make a colorful lamp for a child's room; make unique greeting cards, gift boxes, and many other decoupage delights.
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3-D decoupage acrylic paint Attach the base background bauble blobs of silicone Blue Hollyhock border card to fit centre coats cocktail stick Colour photocopy colour the cut concertina cut edges cutting mat David & Charles decorated Desk Set dotted lines double-sided sticky tape emboss feathers felt-tipped pens fifth layer final layer Finishing Techniques Fix in place flower heads fold fourth layer front gift box Gift Holders Gift Tags giftwrap glue or spray greetings card Jan Cox John Underwood knife and cutting Laura Ashley Lay the templates layer cut layer Third layer leave to dry lightweight furnishing fabric lorry mount pansy paper pieces pencil petals Pink Hollyhock place using silicone Position the paper PVA glue robin Second layer Third self-adhesive sticky pads shaded silicone blobs Silicone glue small scissors spray adhesive stick to nudge subsequent layers teapot thin card Victorian Fashion wallpaper white paper white tacky glue