Faux Leather D√©coupage Frame

Leather look frame using rice paper, brown paper bags, and (of course) Mod Podge . . .

Despite all of my best intentions, I still really haven’t sunk my teeth into decoupage. This leather look decoupage technique could be applied to a variety of items, not just frames I’m sure. I’m thinking something along the lines of a whole desk set for an office, a set of coasters for the man cave, a set of placemats for the dining room table, etc.

Check out the¬†tutorial over on Amy’s Mod Podge Rocks¬†blog where¬†“Man Podger” Walter¬†breaks it down into steps for you

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Butterflies

While waiting for my software update to finish and for inspiration to hit on my Opposites project, I had a wee play with a smaller canvas tile. I’ve been really wanting to take some more baby steps into mixed media and I have bundles of scrapbook paper that I haven’t touched, so without further ado (or planning) away I went.

I have these great little square canvas panels that I though would be perfectly sized for coasters, or maybe even make a bunch of different tiles and attach them all together in a larger square . . .

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