If you enjoy creating decoupage crafts using Modge Podge, make your own decoupage glue from Elmer’s glue at a fraction of the cost. Decoupage medium attaches paper, photos, thin fabrics and pressed flowers to wood, glass, plastic and ceramic, but it doesn’t stop there. Part of the decoupage process includes multiple applications of the...
Why stop at just raking the leaves when you can decoupage them, too? All you’ll need are a few brightly colored ones that strike your fancy, a balloon, a sponge paintbrush and some decoupage glue to whip them up into a DIY leaf bowl perfect for holding all sorts of festive fall goodies.
apply your sequin stars and moons. then cover with tissue paper while the glue is wet, smoothing out any air bubbles. :: after the jar is covered, you will want to add another layer or two of tissue paper. lightly brush a layer of decoupage glue over each layer of tissue paper.
1. With your paintbrush, paint the entire canvas silver. Let it dry. 2. Cut out the prints of your photos. 3. Lay your pictures on the canvas in the places you would like to glue them. 4. Apply photos by using your foam brush to coat the back of photos in decoupage glue. Place the photos on the canvas. 5. Gently brush the decoupage glue over the image side of the photo. Repeat steps 4 & 5. 6. Once dry, add a few details if you wish. Set aside to dry. You have the perfect family collage!