14 things you didn't know you could decoupage
I could honestly sit around and Mod Podge the crap out of things all day long. Don't reserve the technique for your easter eggs and Christmas ornaments, though. You can use vintage wallpaper or wallpaper left over from a recent upgrade, pretty gift wrapping paper, and of course, fabric to get a lot of these looks.
SAY HELLO TO MY WEEKEND PROJECT, YAWL. VIA Catching Fireflies Gifts
With maps. Because YES. VIA Happiness is a Butterfly
Which, yeah, you then hang on the wall instead of a cork bulletin board to keep papers organized. VIA Run to Radiance
Or even inside cabinetry, for that matter. VIA Nefotlak
Large furniture pieces
Steady your hand and get to cutting. With care, this upgrade could be magical. VIA Wunderweib
Cabinet pulls/ drawer knobs
It's all about the details right? If decoupaging an entire piece is a bit much for your taste, spruce up an old furniture piece with these. VIA Vicki Chrisman
A Snug favorite. Get the full how-to VIA Little Green Notebook.
A great cottage-chic addition to your desk for wrangling papers in a pretty way. VIA Burnett's Boards
You won't have to style an entry table if all the "style" is decoupaged onto it! VIA Wunderweib.
Starbucks Frappuccino bottles
Bam. You've got a vase. VIA Going Home to Roost
Click through to see the before and after for this hutch, because OMG. VIA Pretty Ditty
These make great fresh-flower holders for a backyard wedding. This DIYer used printed napkins. VIA Deviantart
Terra cotta pots
Because your herb garden is worth it. VIA Mod Podge Rocks
Decoupage not your style?
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