If you are thinking of throwing old furniture… do not fall into that mistake! The idea of renovating furniture and give them a second chance every time is something that is more common among people, and the protection of the environment must be everyone’s business. Also, if you understand what is the technique of decoupage it is more than likely that if you have old furniture, want to get.
All of us have ever had to deal with piles of paperwork to wrap Christmas presents, and always, when just the holidays is a good amount of packaging. These roles may seem useless, but the reality is that are essential for decoupage. If you are a person that holds the paper to wrap gifts that are already used to reuse … you have another way to give life, with decoupage projects!
The technique of decoupage is decorating a pasting paper cut with different patterns on the object or movable object. To latch it will have to create special paint effects and even add special paper sheets such as gold or silver with textures. When you’ve finished renovating furniture or an object with the technique of decoupage certainly is a work of art worthy of admiration and giving a much longer between Nostros life.
What appear to be painted on an object image on paper is actually glued to creating an incredibly beautiful effect surface. While you can choose the roles you want to paste thus combining a success ..
Do it with varnish
But to achieve these results so pretty, another must-needed addition to the role: transparent varnish. You’ll have to varnish the furniture so that it is well stuck the paper and also a spectacular bright tone.
What once seemed old and worn will become a wonderful piece you can even call as “vintage furniture” and I assure you will be grounds care of all your guests and source of pride for you.
Why it is called “decoupage”?
The decoupage comes from the French verb “decouper” which means “cut”. This is because the process requires several different ways to cut colored paper which is then put glue in furniture and eventually be covered with varnish.