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Old Posted: 23-06-2012 , 02:28 PM #1
alta84
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1 year ago I started to do decoupage on the plates, wood. Now trying to make on the furniture. There is one of my decoupage plates.
I used acrilic paint, serviettes, glue, crackle laque, glitter, varnish gross.
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Old Posted: 24-06-2012 , 12:52 AM #2
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Well done Alta84, looks absolutely gorgeous - love the glasses in particular!!
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Old Posted: 25-06-2012 , 06:31 PM #3
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These are so pretty well done. I've been thinking of trying some decoupage myself if I ever get round to it!
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Old Posted: 25-06-2012 , 09:51 PM #4
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Wow, very unusual, I love to see other people doing crafts, these are great, well done to you.
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Old Posted: 28-06-2012 , 10:42 AM #5
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1 year ago I started to do decoupage on the plates, wood. Now trying to make on the furniture. There is one of my decoupage plates.
I used acrilic paint, serviettes, glue, crackle laque, glitter, varnish gross.
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Wow, they look amazing- well done. I have done a little bit of it myself on the top of IKEA coffee tables and an old chest of drawers that I painted. I think I might try some plates as yours look fantastic
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Old Posted: 31-08-2012 , 03:58 PM #6
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Super. Well done.
Can you wash them?
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Old Posted: 31-08-2012 , 09:33 PM #7
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I love the chair and the plate below,very pretty.
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Old Posted: 31-08-2012 , 10:42 PM #8
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Super. Well done.
Can you wash them?
I never tried, but I think yes.
As well I have some items for sale if someone is interested. Photos are not uploaded.
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Old Posted: 01-11-2012 , 09:50 PM #9
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love the christmas/winter plates
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