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Hi friends,
Welcome to today's post where I have used one of the gorgeous Rice paper prints to decoupage my telephone...lol. I looked around my craft room and realised that my telephone looked boring so just grabbed and gave it a little makeover. Its a fun project to do and I really love the final result.

I used this beautiful Stamperia Rice paper called - White roses and Lilac Butterflies and you can buy it at www.thecraftshop.in
 To uplift my telephone I just wiped it properly so as to remove all the dust and separated its receiver from the base. I used some Mod Podge as my decoupage glue and it works wonderfully. There is a huge variety of Plaid products available at www.thecraftshop.in and you can choose whichever finish you like.

I painted the telephone with Home Decor Chalk paint and allowed it to dry completely. Then I glued the rice paper on top and coated it one more time with Mod Podge .Next I added some mulberry flowers and leaves to beautify the project. I also added a metal butterfly and few flat back pearls to finish the decoupaged project.

I hope you liked this different altered project which can be done very easily.
Thanks for stopping by...
Hugs
Arjita 

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Hi everyone

It's been a while since I posted something for the Craft shop blog. So here I am with a simple mixed media canvas.


I applied Finnabair texture paste Black sand over Tim Holtz Layered stripes stencil and let it dry.

Coloured the entire board with Vivid Ultra Metallics True Silver and Ginger Peach. The viscosity of the Vivid ultra metallics are so perfect that it adds richness to the background.

While this was drying, I fussy cut a bird from the Craftreat Birds Decoupage Papers. I die cut a circle and with carved pumpkin, did stencil work with Craftreat Retro corner stencil. I added the script stamp with vermillion archival ink to the circle.

I layered all these over a cheese cloth and finally added my quote.







 





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