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Cupid Under Foil
Original Tissue Decoupage Papers, Flexible & Sturdy with a Hand-Painted Look!!!
Each sheet is 8-1/2" x 11" with multiple laser printed images


Supplies Needed:
Most of these supplies can be purchased at you local craft, and stamp stores.

Glass Plate
Tissue Decoupage Paper - Love & Romance
Foil Glue
Gold Fine Foils
Embossing Paste
Water based gloss varnish
Liquid alcohol ink - brown & pink



1) Lightly crumple the gold foil in your hands.  Then gently smooth out.  Tear the crumpled fine foils in to small pieces, about the size of a quarter.

2) Mix your varnish with alcohol ink and apply to front of foils.  Let dry.

3) Clean glass plate with soap and water.  Let dry.

4) Cut out your decoupage paper designs. Use a small pair of embroidery scissors.  Pre-arrange your designs on your surface.

5) Remove white paper backing from cutout.  If you want a opaque look apply white acrylic paint to the back of design. 

6) Put a generous amount of glue on glass and front of image using wet fingers, press image to glass, apply glue to back of image working with glue and wet fingers, gently work out air bubbles with your fingers, pressing from the center outward.  If the image moves slightly while working the air bubbles out, you have enough glue.

7) Use kitchen sponge to clean up excess glue on glass.  Let dry, do remaining clean up with wet kitchen sponge.

8) Lay stencil on back of plate, apply thin coat of embossing paste with a palette knife or old credit card.  Let dry.

9)  Apply foil glue to the front of torn crumpled pieces and layer the pieces under your glass in a collage effect.  Be sure to adhere the pieces to one another with more glue.  I use a stencil brush to pouch the pieces together. 

10) Let dry.  Since foils are non porous they take time to dry.  If cold to the touch it is not dry.  Generally overnight is sufficient time.

11)  Apply several coats of varnish to the back of the plate.  You can finish the edges with a leafing pen if you desire.













































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