Setting Coffee and End Tables

Aug 16th

Coffee and end tables that you decoupage resulting in an interior that not only given new life, but can instill a great sense of accomplishment in you. The method of decoupage is always the same, but you can bring your sense of creativity to the project in terms of what type of images you want to upload to the table. Use your imagination during the planning stage, and the coffee and end tables can be a thing absolutely unique in the world.

Queen Anne Coffee and End Tables
Queen Anne Coffee and End Tables

Choose paper cutout pattern that you want to decoupage on the table surface. Flip through magazines to find appropriate images for the design concept you want to create. Arrange paper cutouts until you are satisfied with the design. Chalk around the edges of the cutouts while holding the paper down flat with your hand. Make sure you carefully select the shape of the cutouts on the surface of the coffee and end tables. Turn each cut-out so that they are down on your paste board. Apply the adhesive evenly over the surface, taking extra care to ensure that the edges are covered. Using a knife, the cut turn the right side up and place it on the surface of the table inside the string.

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