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Amy's Decoupage Christmas Ornaments
Browse Through Photographs of Decoupage Crafts
Look at all these great pictures of decoupage crafts. Let them motivate and inspire you to make your own decoupage masterpieces. You can add your photos to this gallery too, all you need to do is submit them using these simple directions.
These Christmas ornaments were made and shared by Amy Anderson from Mod Podge Rocks.
Amy was nice enough to share how she made these ornaments. You can learn how she made these by reading this craft tutorial.Continue to 2 of 30 below.
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Shari's Art Decoupage
A visitor named Shari sent in this picture of a decoupage vase and clay pot she made using works of art.
"My name is Shari Hrabec and, loving beautiful pictures, decided to find a way to use them as I have run out of wall space. Decoupage for gifts. My daughter loves trees, sunsets and her best friend so I used personal pictures as well as artist copies for my first two works of art.
Painted my container choice, inside and out, if to be used for real plants or vases. When dry decoupaged whole... thing along with backs of the cut out pictures and put onto container. When done decoupaged whole thing again, twice actually. Let dry totally. Then for final touch sprayed a clear coat over whole thing to make it glimmer. All this also helps with waterproofing if you are doing anything that water may be involved.Continue to 3 of 30 below.
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Decoupage Candy Wrapper Bucket
Check out this bucket that was decorated with wrappers from Dum-Dum suckers.
This is a unique project that would be fun to make at Halloween of for any occasion. It would made a wonderful basket to give gifts in. If you would like to try this decoupage bucket craft you can find directions on this page.Continue to 5 of 30 below.
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Betty's Photo Decoupaged Plate
A visitor named Betty Yard made this plate using black and white photographs.
To make this amazing decoupage plate, Betty made copies of the photos and then burned the edges of the pictures using matches. That is how she shaped the pictures to the desired sizes. Make sure you remove any loose ashes from the edge of the photos.
To attach the pictures to the plate, she applied Mod Podge to the front of the each picture and then placed it onto the back of the plate, carefully rubbing it to remove... bubbles. After applying all of the pictures, she let the Mod Podge dry completely. and then she painted the back of the plate with black paint. Once the plate was dry, she sealed it all with Mod Podge.
You can learn the basics about making a decoupage plate in this how-to craft video.
You can find directions for making a decoupage plate using wallpaper scraps and tissue paper.Continue to 6 of 30 below.
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Decoupage Graduation Card Box Craft
Check out this picture of a box that was made to collect cards at a graduation party.
If you would like to try this decoupage graduation card box craft, you can find directions on this page.Continue to 8 of 30 below.
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Decoupaged Decoupaged Camel Box
This project was made over a years time by Stacy Temby.
From Stacy - "I took over a year to finish this box, as I had to collect the many different art pix being used as advertising for this Camel update look. I covered it inside & out , completely, and then sprayed it with clear varnish a bit at a time to protect the pix and the decoupage... lots of work, but a great piece to USE as a container for many things also!"Continue to 9 of 30 below.
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Decoupaged Folding TV Tray
This is an amazing folding TV tray craft shared by Ginger Keagle from Georgia.
From Ginger - "I have always enjoyed crafting and this is a project I decided to do because I did not like the way the typical TV tray looks. This folding table belonged to my boyfriend so I had to ask his permission before I did it. The wallpaper was ordered off the internet as wallpaper that is unique is tough to find since most people are using paint to do their walls.
Cut the Wallpaper to fit the top of the... table top. I used an Exacto knife and also a template that I made using a poster-board I bought at the grocery store. A precision cut is important when doing any sort of decoupage, so the Exacto knife helps you to trim off any excess. I turned the table upside down and traced the outside onto the poster board so I had a template, then placed the wallpaper on top of the template so I could cut out the table top using a good sharp pair of scissors. I put the Mod Podge on the table top then positioned the wallpaper on top and used a brayer.
Be sure to use the Exacto knife to make sure that the wallpaper does not extend beyond the top of the table prior to placing it and securing it with the Mod Podge. Once you glue it in place with the Mod Podge, it is difficult to trim anything neatly. So, take the time to really make sure you have some clean edges as this will make your finished piece perfect!
After that, I applied 3 coats using a brush onto the top of the table - allowing plenty of drying time in between coats to be sure that it was completely dry.
After that, I used some paint that my boyfriend had left over for the outside of his house on the legs which matched the background color of the Asian Print. Since we are going to use this outside on the screened in porch, it makes a much nicer addition to his home now. Enjoy!"Continue to 16 of 30 below.
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Decoupage Candy Wrapper Pot Picture
A visitor named Erica St. John shared this clay pot craft she made.
Erica used decoupage techniques to make this adorable pot. She started out by painting her pot and then covered all but the top rim with wrappers from Skittles candies.Continue to 19 of 30 below.
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Decoupage Hippie Pot Picture
Shared by Erica St. John, I hope you enjoy this funky clay pot.
I love the colors Erica chose for this project. She started out by painting the clay pot and then she used decoupage medium to decorate it with the fun Love Bug fabric.Continue to 20 of 30 below.
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Decoupage Crayon Wrapper Pot
This colorful decoupaged project was submitted by a visitor named Erica St. John.
Erica used decoupage techniques to make this unique clay pot. She painted the pot bright colors and then glued crayon wrappers all over it. She sealed her design using a few layers of decoupage medium.Continue to 21 of 30 below.
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Decoupage Comics Pot Picture
This is a very fun decoupag project shared by Erica St. John.
To make this decoupage pot, Erica first painted the pot white and the top edge green. Once the paint was dry she use decoupage medium to decorate the white areas of the pot with pieces cut from comic strips.Continue to 22 of 30 below.
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Decoupaged Table Craft
A visitor named Linda shared this picture of a decoupage table she created.
From Linda Lundberg - "I purchased a used table for $8 and painted it with a high-gloss black paint. I then mod-podged the top with my flower photography. I then used a thick pour-on varnish to cover it. Unfortunately I do not know the name of the product, but it leaves a beautiful smooth, shiny finish. I am currently working on another small table, this time I am placing a 8x10 Chicago Peace rose photo in the middle... of the table, which I am cutting into mosaic-style pieces, surrounding this will be shades of greenery, also in mosaic pieces, and also from my nature photography collection. This is so much fun and also a very calming hobby."Continue to 25 of 30 below.
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Recycled Decoupaged Desk
A visitor named Wendy Adler transformed this desk that someone had thrown away into a wor of art using decoupage techniques.
If you would like to try this craft you can find directions here.Continue to 26 of 30 below.
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A visitor named Diane shared this photo along with directions for how she made this decoupage plate.
You can make these decoupaged plates to match your decor or to give as gifts. If you would like to try this craft you can find directions here.Continue to 27 of 30 below.
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