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DECOUPAGE A HAND MIRROR

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Here’s how you can decoupage a mirror


I have selected a design from the “Traditional Art Forms- Adult Coloring Book”. The design takes inspiration from the Kashmiri Art Form which is a Traditional Art Form of India. I have used Fevicryl Acrylic colors: Orange, Crimson, Sap Green and White to paint the design sheet.

Once the paint has dried, turn over the colored sheet and sketch the outline of the mirror by using it as a reference.

Cut the sheet along the outline drawn in the previous step.

Use Fevicol to neatly paste the cut-out of the colored sheet onto the wooden mirror base.

Neatly sand the edges using Emery paper.

Use any Fevicryl Colour that goes well with your design to paint the edge of the mirror.
I have used Fevicryl Acrylic colour-orange.

Use Fevicryl 3D outliner cones of your choice to enhance the design by working on the outline of the entire design.
I have used Fevicryl 3D outliners: Glitter Green and Orange to work on the outlines of the design.

You can further enhance the beauty of the mirror by using crystals and other embellishments. These can be stuck using Fevicol.
Once Dry, You can apply a coat of Modge Podge onto the entire surface of the Mirror. This can be followed by a coat of varnish.

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