Crafting: Decoupage

A few weeks ago we started going to decoupage workshops that are taking place at a Volunteer club in our hometown. So every Tuesday at 20:00 a clock we pack our brushes and head to the Volunteer club for some crafting. It’s very fun, relaxing and creative and we’ve met some very cool new people! So far, we learned how to decoupage pins, coasters and bookmarks.

Below are pictures of pins we did and a beautiful little crochet basket Sanja made, also a few pics from the last weeks workshop🙂

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Pre par nedelja smo krenule na dekupaž radionice koje se održavaju u Volonterskom klubu u Novom Sadu. Od tada, svaki utorak u 20h pakujemo svoje četkice i idemo u Volonterski klub. Izuzetno je zanimljivo, opuštajuće i kreativno a i upoznale smo cool nove ljude! Do sada smo naučile kako da dekupažiramo bedževe, podmetače i obeleživače za knjige.

Ispod su slike bedževa, slatke male korpice koju je Sanja napravila i par slika sa prošlonedeljne radionice🙂

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10 thoughts on “Crafting: Decoupage

  1. irishsignora says:

    Those are beautiful! Would you possibly have time to tell me what materials you’re using? Decoupage is something I’d love to do, but with four kids under 5, it’s nearly impossible for me to take a class during the day. Thanks!

  2. Hi! Those buttons look good! Nice to see you liked my post about the Ikea-mini drawers.
    I didn’t take decoupage lessons, just read lots on the internet and started and tried myself. Ofcourse it failed often enough as well, but it succeeds also! I even printed images onto tissue paper and decoupaged that onto a card.
    I’m sure you have probably heard about it, but in case you haven’t: Mod Podge Rocks is a blog by Amy, a huge fan of Mod Podge. She doesn’t get paid to blog about it (though I think she does get some promo material), but she links to great mod podge projects and tutorials.
    Right now I’m mostly busy making cards, the decoupage is waiting for another time🙂

    • Thanks, we’re happy how they turned out!
      We learned how to crochet on the internet thanks to all the lovely people that post their tutorials and patterns for us to use🙂

      Thanks for the info on Mod Podge Rocks blog – we’ll check it out😉

  3. Hello!

    I love your things, they are beautiful and original. The pins were my favorite🙂

  4. yuehann says:

    Hi there! Some pretty cool stuff you have on your blog! I love crafty things too!Thanks for liking my post!

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