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Candlestick mod podge crumpled torn tissue paper over the piece. Paint turquoise then glaze with burnt umber. Gorgeous texture!

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Decoupaged flower pot

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Decoupage table makeover

sara's art* house: things i love today:

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decoupaged dresser (bottom drawer only - tissue?)

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Decoupage dresser

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My own decoupaged dresser! ♥

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Decoupaged dresser

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Decoupaged dresser

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DIY: candles from jars & old book pages

Weekend DIY!

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DIY: Comic Book Furniture makeover! Decorate an old dresser or table with Comic Book pages. All you’ll need is the furniture, comic books, Mod Podge to decoupage the bejeezus out of it and scissors. Apply the pages and coat the whole thing with varnish. Would make a great addition to a kids room or man cave.

Comic Book Furniture

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A dresser completely decoupaged. Thought something like this would be too much, but it actually looks great!

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Like the idea, I am mom of 5 and 2 stepdaughters my husband and say we have 7 kids then when we see people's eyes cross we say "we joined forces " it usually is explanation enough

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decoupage furniture

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decoupage drawer

Upcycled Dressers: Painted, Wallpapered, & Decoupaged

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DIY commode map

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ikea drawer unit

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Detail of paint and decoupage buffet

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Morris decoupage

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Mod Podge. Love the stuff, but after a while it can get quite expensive. So for years now I’ve used Elmer's School Glue. I buy it by the gallon and make up the Mod Podge recipe as I need it in a mason jar. Just add half water, half Elmer's glue, replace the lid, shake it up and you’re ready to go. If you need it thicker, use less water! My preferred rate of dilution is 3/4 Glue, 1/4 water.

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OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!! Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS!

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papered spoons

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Mod-Podged and looking so sweet

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Buy a rough surfaced tile from Lowe's (less than a dollar) and mod podge pretty scrapbook paper on it. Then mod podge picture over that. Let dry and wrap with a pretty bow. Easy and cheap! You can also include a small stand to set the tile on. - Cute! Julia Sponsel Leslie Halper

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Vintage train case makeover with mod podge and wallpaper! Exactly like the case I have. Maybe I can try this...

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