Decorative wine glasses – The decoupage became popular in Europe in the 19th century this process involves cutting designs on paper then glued and sealed onto the surface of objects. Furniture and other household items decorated with this technique may seem painted by hand, but in reality they are embellished with papers. Sometimes, when it was called decoupage art poor man because he is not a professional artist hired to paint the design on the furniture. This technique continues to be popular today because it is easy to create furniture and accessories for home and glassware, including decorative wine glasses and with originality.
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- Cut out the designs of printed decorative paper in sizes that fit in your glass. The designs that do not fit great around the corners must be cut into smaller pieces.
- Pour some decoupage glue on the plastic plate. If you use it in small amounts to avoid the tail forms a film on its surface that hinders its use.
- Apply a small amount of glue on the back of the first cut paper and apply it to the decorative wine glasses. Put some glue on the brush and distribute on paper you hit. Do not distribute the glue too thick or trickles down the glass layer. You must correct any errors or clean the excess glue with a damp cloth quickly.