Sunday, April 26, 2015

3D Decoupage

During a recent weekend visit to An Grianán, the class in 3D decoupage caught my eye and I decided to try it.

3D decoupage involves creating a 3D image using silicone and cutouts from multiple copies of the same image. The cutouts are layered over the image to create dimension and depth, and the finished picture is then varnished to give it a porcelain appearance.

Here is how I got on....
I was a beginner so I chose a simple design, but there was a multitude of images available to choose from to suit all experience levels. The images below are some of the work from my classmates.
3D decoupage is a wonderful craft to have under your belt because it can be used in many different ways, such as scrap booking, card making and framed works.

For more information on 3D decoupage, contact An Grianán at or 041 9822119. The ICA at or 01 6680002

1 comment:

  1. Decoupage is great fun - those pictures really are beautiful. We did it for a recent Guild demonstration, followed by a three-week course for those interested, and the end results were fab. Would recommend it for any Guild or anyone interested in attending a course at An Grianan for something that little bit different and that looks amazing up on the wall :-) (Emma, Maudabawn Guild)