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Practical Decoupage by Denise Thomas
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Feb 23, 11

bookshelves: yarn-or-crafts, returning-unfinished
Read from February 02 to 23, 2011

An ok eye-candy book, but got a little tedious after awhile. It's all about the same: buy a piece of junk from a flea market, clean it up and sand it, paint it green or black, glue some pictures on it, and varnish it 18-20 times.

I thought decoupage would be cool because of being easier than just painting something on an object, but varnishing something 15-20 times? I wonder if there have been advancements in the field so that you don't have to do that any more--it seems ridiculous. If not, it seems like the only advantage of decoupage is not having to know how to draw.

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