The Decoupage Collection: New Ideas and Techniques for Stylish Effects

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St Martins Press, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 143 pages
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The refined, versatile art of decoupage is the key to creating items that perfectly suit your own personal style. Clear explanations, a detailed discussion of tools and techniques, and how-to photographs introduce sophisticated yet simple ways to decorate everyday objects by applying cut-out designs with glue, paint, and an eye for style. 130 color photos.

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Philo is one of Britain's best known exponents of modern decorating techniques and finishes.

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