Sunday, July 19, 2015

Tissue Art 2

With it being a year this month since I started this blog I decided to revisit one of my original posts, tissue art, and give it a try at home with a little twist. I realised that over the past year I had collected a vast amount of decorated napkins so I had a lot of choice for my design.

Here’s how I got on...

I loved the background of my pot but hated my choice of purple birds for the foreground to match the purple orchid flowers. This was easily fixed because the glue was still wet, and they were easy to remove.
My second choice was much better and still complemented the purple orchid's.
If you love to revamp things inside your house tissue art is the way to go. It’s a cheap and easy way to give things a new look from frames, to candles and flower pots. You can easily create your own art piece on a canvas. Pieces can also be glazed and varnished to your liking to create a waterproof or glossy look and finish.

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1 comment:

  1. Is this the same as decoupage I wonder ad it looks amazing