Decoupage is the very old art of decorating an area with cut paper images and applying them to a wood, glass or metal surface by sealing the paper to a surface using several coats of glue or finish. Photographs, cards, invitations, stamps are a few of the types of material used on decoupage projects. Decoupage can add creative and artistic touch to vases, picture frames, boxes, lamps, furniture, dishes and more. Let your imagination soar!

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Absolute Beginner's Decoupage

The Simple Step-By-Step Guide to Creating Beautiful Decoupage by Alison Jenkins - Paperback - Published 1999 Affiliate Link to Amazon


Fresh Ideas In Decoupage

Simple, quick and effective how-to instruction that allows them to create great projects fast. by Colette George - Paperback - Published 2005 Affiliate Link to Amazon


Mod Podge Rocks!: Decoupage Your World

Mod Podge Rocks! features over 40 simple, inexpensive decoupage projects that showcase the versatility of this celebrated product. by Amy Anderson - Paperback - Published 2012


Napkin Decoupage

Over 35 appealing and easy-to-make step-by-step projects including a jewelry box, a tea set, decorative bags, a watering can, cushions, and gorgeous lamps. by Deborah Morbin, Tracy Boomer - Paperback - Published 2005 Affiliate Link to Amazon

An Introduction to Decoupage

How to create 3-dimensional pictures when decoupaging by using four or five layers of the same picture. Card Inspirations


History and instructions. Craftown

Decoupage - How to Decoupage

Vicki's Card Making Ideas

Decoupage Books

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Decoupage Tissue Paper

How to use decoupage tissue paper. Southern Blackberry Designs

Decoupage Yahoo Group

Here is where you'll find the answers to all your questions about decoupage whether you're just starting out or are already experienced in the craft. Yahoo Group

Fine Foil

How to use fine foil paper in decoupage. Southern Blackberry Designs

Furniture Decoupage

Learn how to prepare furniture for decoupage, choosing and applying the images, applying glue and more. A comprehensive instructional site. Passage

The History of Decoupage

National Guild of Decoupeurs

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