Making Cards using the Decoupage Technique

Kristina Howells By Kristina Howells, 7th Oct 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/tyjfk2rm/
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Decoupage making is a very easy form of making cards for your love ones. This article helps to show you how to do it.

Making Decoupage Cards

Decoupage is a cheap and affordable way of making your own cards. The technique is very simple, you glue the principle picture onto A5 or A6 card, and you can add a colour paper backing as well to stick to the principle picture.

Once you have cut out the rest of the pictures, you use an adhesive pad to stick the pictures in the order of largest first. Which goes on top of the principle picture followed by the smallest last.

The photograph is a sheet that I had made. It has already got the card layout done for you. You just need to stick the image onto paper, and then stick on the bride and groom using adhesive pads to stick the pictures in the order of the largest first.

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Card Making, Decoupage, Techniques, Tips

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author avatar Kristina Howells
I am a published author and poet. I currently live in Calais in France, I am a British expat. I have written non-fiction and fiction works.

My works include:
A Hatter goes Mad
Te Deum
Una voce
Lettre Fatale
Making sense of the Genesis Flood...(more)

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author avatar Buzz
8th Oct 2011 (#)

Interesting. Thanks for sharing the technique.

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author avatar Kristina Howells
8th Oct 2011 (#)

You're welcome :)

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