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Martha Stewart Decoupage Metallic Doily Accents for Cookie Tins

Add a special touch to an everyday metal cookie tin with Martha Stewart Decoupage Metallic Doilies.

At a Glance:

#5049 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

  • Decoupage Logo
  • Martha Stewart Logo
supplies

Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin...

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $2.39
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Foam Pouncers Set - 6pc

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $5.89
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Metallic...

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $2.59
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Multi-Surface...

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $10.09
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Paper Doilies...

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $10.09
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Brayer

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $14.99
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Brush Set

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $14.99
Item available exclusively at Walmart
instructions

Other Supplies

Scissors or Craft knife, Paper towels, Rubbing alcohol, Assorted tin cookie tins

Instructions

  1. Prepare all cookie tins by washing in warm soapy water, rinse well and thoroughly dry. Moisten a paper towel with rubbing alcohol and wipe over entire glass surface to remove any remaining dirt, grease or soap residue. Allow to dry.
  2. Squeeze a small puddle of Champagne and Wedding Cake onto a foam plate. Load a pouncer by dabbing into the puddle of paint. Basecoat each tin either Wedding Cake or Champagne by pouncing the color onto the tin. Allow to dry and reapply if needed.
  3. Prepare metallic paper doilies by removing them from the package.
  4. Using a soft bristle decoupage bush, apply one even, smooth coat of Gloss Decoupage Finish to the metal cookie tin.
  5. Apply a second smooth, even application of decoupage finish to the back side of the paper doily.
  6. Apply the paper doily to the surface positioning finish to finish. Press paper doily onto the surface, smoothing from the center towards the edges. This will remove trapped air pockets and excess decoupage finish. Wipe away excess finish with damp paper towel.
  7. Continue adding doilies or sections of doilies to the surface until the entire decoupage design is achieved.
  8. Once in place and smooth, allow to dry 2 hours.
  9. When completely dry, brush a smooth application of decoupage finish over the entire surface being sure to seal all edges of the paper doilies. Allow to dry 2 hours.
  10. Brush a second coat of decoupage finish over the entire surface and allow to dry 2 hours. NOTE: If decoupage item will serve a purpose other than decorative only, a third top application of decoupage finish may be required.
  11. Project surface should be cured prior to using. Air dry project for 21 days to cure.
Tip: When decoupaging on glass, it is recommended to use the mop-type decoupage brush being careful to stroke the decoupage medium in one direction using light pressure to avoid streaky brush marks.

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