Faux Leather Découpage 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

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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