If you are looking for some inspiration for your next decoupage project, try some of these free decoupage ideas. Find out to how to make decoupage plates, furniture, and so much more.
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This clay pot was decorated with colorful candy wrappers and a little bit of paint.
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Coin Dish Craft
You can make this coin dish using a bowl made of paper, plastic, glass, or styrofoam. You can cut small pieces of coordinating paper to decorate it or even tear the paper into pieces.
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Coloring Bank Craft
Learn how you can make a custom bank out of a coffee can and pictures drawn and colored by you or your kids.Continue to 5 of 25 below.
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A visitor named Erica shared this clay pot she made using pictures cutouts from comic strips and decoupage techniques.
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I love this creative way to use up crayon wrappers. It is an excellent way to recycle the wrappers if you remove them from the crayons to make recycled crayons.
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Daddy's Caddy Craft
Use these instructions to cover a coffee can using pictures you dad would like and you can even write a special message using stickers.
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This tutorial teaches you how you can use decoupage medium and fabric strips to make a clock that matches your decor.Continue to 9 of 25 below.
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This is such a fun and easy way to add some colors to your wall and also to use some of the fancy fabrics you can find in the stores these days.
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Flat Marble Photo Magnet
Learn how you can make magnets by attaching a photo to the back of a clear, flat marble using decoupage techniques.
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Garden Seed Box
I made this seed box out of a plain, white box I found at the craft store of $3.99. I covered it with garden themed fabric and wrote "Garden Seeds" using stickers. For a finishing touch, I tied some ribbon pieces around the handle and glued on some small vegetables.
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Check out this decoupaged hippie clay pot craft, made by Erica St. John, using fabric pieces.Continue to 13 of 25 below.
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Jewelry or Desk Organizer
Follow these directions and try your hand at covering an egg carton with fabric scraps of pieces of paper.
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A visitor named Ashley shares how she decorated the cover of her notebook using dried leaves and flowers. You can use these ideas to decorate a notebook for every class you have.
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This clock face was decorated using fancy scrapbook paper and decoupage medium. For the numbers, I used buttons, but you can use any items you have on hand.
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This project sheet teaches you how to turn an ordinary rock into a paperweight using paper made glue. You can also watch this decoupage paperweight how-to video.Continue to 17 of 25 below.
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This is a unique and creative way you can display some of your favorite pictures.
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Pill Bottle Necklace
A visitor named Judy explains how she crafted this colorful necklace out of a fabric covered pill bottle.
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Discover how easy it is to decorate a glass plate using pictures and decoupage medium. You can also watch this decoupage glass plate how-to video.
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Recycle a Desk Using Decoupage
Read about how Wendy and her daughter used decoupage techniques and paint to give a desk they found in the trash new life.Continue to 21 of 25 below.
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You can turn a boring or vase, or even a glass or mason jar, into an elegant vase or candle holder.
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I found an old suitcase at a thrift store for dirt cheap, but it needed a makeover. Learn how I turned my old suitcase into a craft case I love to carry everywhere.
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A visitor named Linda found this table at a thrift store and decorated it with photos she had taken of flowers.
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Tin Can Candy Holder
These tin can treat holders are made by Sharon, and she uses them as hostess gifts when she is invited to parties.Continue to 25 of 25 below.
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Wedding Card Box
This card box was made to look like a three layered wedding cake. The boxes are a set or 3 paper mache boxes, and we covered them with black and white paper.