Can I use regular paper for decoupage?

Can you use scrapbook paper for decoupage?

Paper – Most items, especially thicker papers and scrapbook papers, are ready to use with Mod Podge as is. If you are working with thinner sheets of scrapbook paper or inkjet printouts, it may help to spray your paper with a clear acrylic sealer before Mod Podging. Spray both sides and allow to dry before using.

What do you seal decoupage with?

The short answer is, use Varnish to seal your Decoupage Project to make it waterproof. Varnish is a Sealer for wood but it can be applied to a lot of different materials. Varnish drys transparent and glossy.

Can you make your own decoupage?

Use craft stick to mix together three parts Elmer’s® Glue-All® with 1 part water in a paper cup. Stir well. Use sponge brush to spread mixture over surface. Papers may stretch or bubble up initially, so smooth out air from bubbles with finger and then go over area again with foam brush.

Can you decoupage with photos?

Decoupage allows you to display your favorite photographs in a creative way. Cover a wooden cube with photos, cut them out to decorate a picture frame, or glue them onto the outside of a paper or wood box. You can decoupage photographs onto any smooth surface that glue adheres to.

Can you decoupage on canvas?

Using specially formulated Fabric Mod Podge, you can decoupage photographs or other flat paper directly onto stretched canvas for a special effect. When you Mod Podge on canvas, the canvas takes on an artistic appearance that even resembles the brush strokes of a painting, for a sophisticated result.

THIS IS FUNNING:  What is a White treadle sewing machine worth?