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Abstract Trellis A1 Posh Chalk Deluxe Decoupage Paper

Abstract Trellis A1 Posh Chalk Deluxe Decoupage Paper


A1 size is 84cm X 60cm

Made from high-quality rice paper, Posh Chalk Deluxe Decoupage is extremely durable! Created with special fibres, making them more pliable, stretchable and exceptionally easy to use. All the designs are limited edition, ensuring a sense of exclusivity in this high-quality and on-trend paper.

Works over almost any surface including furniture and craft projects, walls, glass and plastic. Perfect for crafters and furniture upcyclers.

Use with any adhesive medium such as decoupage glue but, we recommend our Posh Chalk Infusor and the super soft blending brushes to brush out any wrinkles.

Decoupage is back in a big way. It’s not hard to see why either, it’s a really great way to enhance your craft or upcycled furniture projects quickly and simply, whilst still yielding fantastic results. Pretty much anything can be decoupaged, and when finished the end result looks to have been professionally painted. Before we get into how to decoupage, we must first ask…

What is decoupage?

In short, decoupage is the art of adhering pictures and/or patterns to a surface. In fact, the word decoupage is derived from the French verb découper which means ‘to cut out’, so if we break it down to its bare bones we are literally cutting something out and sticking it on something else.

Ok, this sounds a little rudimentary, and I’m sure seasoned decoupagers reading this will be up in arms at the sheer cheek of calling decoupage cutting and sticking. They would be right to do so, there is an art to it and there are certainly some pitfalls which you are going to want to avoid. So, before we further stoke the ire of furniture flippers and crafters who swear by decoupage, let’s delve into the do’s and not’s of decoupage, shall we?

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