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mod podge wrapping paper on dresser

Tutorial on refurbishing furniture using wrapping paper & mod podge for the top. You just put a thick coat of Mod Podge onto dresser top, lay the wrapping paper down, make sure all bubbles are out & then put another layer of mod Podge on top.

Fabric Decoupage - some lovely pieces here and at the end is a link to a 'how to...'

Fabric Makeover - With a coat of black paint, fabric-covered panels on all sides, and new hardware, this beautiful bureau will make a statement in any room.

Handpainted and decoupaged bench seat for a special little girl named Ruby

Childs bench chair, decoupaged with wrapping paper, pink bobbles, added pink carved filials, handpainted cardboard

Decoupage fabric onto tiles and seal with resin

DIY::Decoupage fabric onto tiles We have so much fabric we could do an entire wall with out repeating! This is definitely a cute idea. I wonder if we could use this for the idea in nannys kitchen? :) (do this and glue them to my planner)

Bohemian Pages: DIY Friday- Decoupage; Linda used a napkin on old fence boards for this one!  Great idea

Decoupaged distressed old wallpaper on weathered reclaimed pallet wood — Dishfunctional Designs: God Save The Pallet! Reclaimed Pallets Revamped Part II Decoupaged distressed old wallpaper on weathered reclaimed pallet wood…

beautiful!! and it's DECOUPAGE!!

Oh my days!I am going to the shops TODAY to buy me some pretties for this What a way to add color to the kitchen desk chair. Just coordinate the napkins to the room.