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Patchwork Decoupage Chair

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Got an old chair you don't know what to do with? Create a Patchwork Decoupage Chair from Mitzi Curi! This decoupage craft is easy and fun.

Patchwork Decoupage Chair
 

Directions:

  • Wallpaper, cut into squares
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Instructions:

  1. To make the patchwork, you could apply your cut pieces directly to the chair seat, but I decided to add a step to ensure that the overall piece would be centered well.
     
  2. My technique involves cutting the pieces, deciding on a layout, then gluing them to a piece of paper first.

    Patchwork Decoupage Chair
     
  3. Once this was accomplished, I could cut the patchwork piece into a pleasing shape, then apply the piece to the chair using basic decoupage technique.

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