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PEACEFUL PONDER | A1-Sized Mulberry Decoupage Papers | Redsign With Prima

PEACEFUL PONDER | A1-Sized Mulberry Decoupage Papers | Redsign With Prima

Original price was: £36.00.Current price is: £24.95.

Discover a new way to decorate your furniture and décor pieces with our Redesign Decoupage Décor Tissue Paper. Made to be a decorative specialty sheet, these beautiful sheets feature a machine made fibrous texture for a delicate and unique look. The thicker width allows for easier usage, placement and durability, while being tear resistant unlike thinner tissue materials. This allows for a brighter and more vibrant look and finish. Great for furniture and collage décor. For best results use with our soft gloss gel or soft matte gel.
Any of the Dixie Belle finishing coats are also

What makes Prima’s tissue papers unique?
* Made of renewable, fibrous Mulberry paper creating a perfect balance between Prima’s thinner rice papers and thicker decoupage papers.
* Easy application, even for beginners – minimises wrinkles, bubbles and tearing and comes in one single sheet, meaning no breaks in the image to line up – just one seamless picture!
* Moulds around curves and ornate surfaces with ease, perfect for intricate areas.

How To Apply:
* Measure and cut your Decor Tissue Paper to the correct size, TOP TIP, Tear the fabric, it’s easier to blend if the lines are not so straight!

* Apply a sealing medium such as Art Basics Soft Matte Gel / Soft Gloss Gel or Dixie Belle ‘Clear Coat’ Sealer in your choice of finish, to the surface of your project. Lay your tissue paper in position and flatten out from the centre, talking care to eliminate air bubbles to ensure a good adhesion. Apply a further coat over the top.

* Once dry, apply another coat of sealer. The tissue is fibrous and the sealer will permeate the fibres so that, when dry, your tissue paper will be well-adhered to the surface of your project.

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