Decoupage on glass using Mint Decoupage Papers

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Discover the Magic of Decoupaging onto Glass with Mint Decoupage Paper

Introduction: Decoupage is a versatile crafting technique that allows you to transform ordinary objects into personalized works of art. While it is commonly used on furniture, did you know that you can also decoupage onto glass? With Mint Decoupage Paper, you can effortlessly elevate the beauty of glass surfaces, adding a touch of elegance and creativity to your home decor. In this blog post, we'll explore the process of decoupaging onto glass using Mint Decoupage Paper, highlighting its simplicity and the various application methods available.

  1. Understanding the Basics of Glass Decoupage: Decoupaging onto glass is quite similar to applying decoupage on furniture. The only difference lies in the material and the techniques used for adhesion. Mint Decoupage Paper is specially designed to adhere seamlessly to glass, allowing you to achieve stunning results effortlessly.

  2. Gather Your Materials: Before you begin your glass decoupage project, gather the following materials:

  • Mint Decoupage Paper: Browse through the diverse collection of Mint by Michelle decoupage inserts and select a design that suits your style and complements your glass item.
  • Glass item: Choose a glass surface to decoupage, such as a vase, jar, frame, or candle holder or a piece of furniture with a glass door or a glass top. Clear glass works best to showcase the intricate designs of the decoupage paper.
  • Image medium: Select a suitable image medium that adheres well to glass. This will act as a bonding agent between the decoupage paper and the glass surface.
  • Paintbrushes: Have a few flat brushes for applying the image medium and a smaller one for touch-ups.
  • Scissors: Keep a pair of sharp scissors handy to cut out the decoupage paper designs.
  1. Select Your Decoupage Method: See the Mint Decoupage Paper inserts for methods of application. 
  • Topside Decoupage: Apply the decoupage paper to the top side of the glass surface. This method is ideal for decorative objects where the design is visible from the outside.
  • Underside Decoupage: Apply the decoupage paper to the underside of the glass surface. This method provides a protective layer, allowing you to use the glass item without worrying about damaging the design.
  • Standard Decoupage: Apply the decoupage paper directly onto the glass surface. This method is suitable for projects where the design is visible from both sides of the glass, such as picture frames or candle holders.
  1. Prepare the Glass Surface: Thoroughly clean the glass surface using a glass cleaner to ensure it is free of dust, fingerprints, or any residue. This step is crucial for achieving a smooth and professional-looking finish.

  2. Apply the Image Medium: Using a flat brush, apply a thin, even layer of image medium onto the glass surface. Take care to cover the entire area where you plan to place the decoupage paper.

  3. Place and Seal the Decoupage Paper: Gently place the decoupage paper onto the glass surface, ensuring proper alignment. Smooth out any air bubbles or wrinkles. Apply another layer of image medium on top of the decoupage paper, gently sealing the edges. This step not only secures the design but also provides a protective barrier.

  4. To finish use a top coat or image medium that dries completely clear. 



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