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Friday, June 10, 2016

Decoupage on metal

Decoupage bug has bitten me. I have completed many decoupage projects. I had learnt decoupage few years ago. My first decoupage was on an aluminum plat, about which I have written in post Decoupage.
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Decoupage on aluminum plate
 Few years I did not work on any decoupage project.This year completed many decoupage projects in the process of decorating my craft room. One with a craft table  and also on a shelf to keep in my craft room. And recently on mdf box, with paper napkin.

 Decoupage on  metal :  

 This project also part of decorating my craft room. As I paint sometimes , I have collection of paints and  brushes. Recently when I visited Itsy Bitsy shop I bought some metal containers and holders. These can be bought online also. Here it is :
Metal tin
Metal tin
 As the first step , applied primer:
After application of primer
 I had some decoupage papers with images of old streets of Italy. I don't know whether streets in Italy look like this , but the shop keeper told be this is decoupage paper with images of streets in Italy :). Here are those decoupage papers:
Decoupage paper
Decoupage paper with image of streets in Italy. That's what the shop keeper told me :)

 Next step to attach the papers on the tin:
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Tin attached with paper
I have used modpodge for this project , as the size of the tin is small. And painted with colors matching to the design on the papers.
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It is ready to hold paint and brushes
 Now it is ready to hold the paint and brushes I have.

Many craft learners ask me whether to use fevicol or modpdge  for decoupage. In case the object is big in size like shelf or table etc I use fevicol to stick the paper and to give gloss I use modpodge. If the object is small I use modpodge to stick as well as for gloss. 

Made one more box with Warli design , soon will share about that.

Love , laugh and live the life to the fullest,
-Ranjana

24 comments:

  1. Yes, this does look like the streets of Italy!

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    1. That's good. I can tell that shop keeper. Thank you Jane.

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  2. This is so cute. Really looking perfect with a touch of vintage. You did great job Ranjana :)

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  3. The final product looks amazing.

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  4. Oh wow! So pretty.
    Love this project of yours!

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  5. Very pretty...I altered the same metal holder from Itsy Bitsy some time back and gifted to my mom...yet to post it. Yours has turned out sooo well
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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    1. Ya , its really fun to work with decoupage

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  6. Very beautiful and artistic.

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  7. Excellent work! You are an inspiration!

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  8. this is so awesome and you are so talented...very cool Ranjana :)

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  9. I just love the look of this. The paper you have used would look so nice for paint brushes. Great job Ranjana as usual.

    Sailaja Sharma
    http://summersofindia.blogspot.in

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  10. gaping...
    wonder work.. looooved it

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