The word decoupage comes from Middle French “decouper”, meaning to cut out or cut from something. Decoupage is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects, gold leaf and so on.
Home Decorating with the whole family is the most exciting things during this holiday season. Looking for some personalized festive Christmas decoration for your home this year? Here is a great way to make your Christmas ornament unique . With decoupage technique and holiday napkins, you can make your own ornaments .You really don’t have to spend extra money on some fancy decors. Make these super easy decoupage bauble ornaments with very simple materials . These make great Christmas gifts and are perfect for home decoration .
Supplies you may need:
- Plastic ball ornaments
- Acrylic paint: white, yellow, blue,
- Varnish or acrylic lacquer for coating
- Holiday napkins
- PVA or craft glue
- Sequins (optional)
- A little semolina
- Contours on glass and ceramics,
- Flat brush
- A piece of sponge
- Politrila (I have a plastic board for modeling).
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Here is a video from CraftTuorials that shows you how to decoupage bauble ornaments . It explains all the techniques step by step. This craft used decoupage glue and paper napkins, varnish and acrylics. It is easy to do even if you don’t have much crafting experience. These instructions will work on a bauble or box of any size and style, so get crafting!