Thursday, August 29, 2013

Etceteras: Martha Stewart Decoupage memo Board

Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (6)
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Have you ever decoupaged? Decoupaging has been around for a long time. It’s a fun, versatile craft that just got even better. Martha Stewart has introduced a new line of decoupage products that are amazing. Think fabric paper, lace and trims. The possibilities are endless! Want to decoupage a plate? The formulas are dishwasher safe. Decorating a tote bag? There’s an oil cloth formula that will make your tote bag super durable.


Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (7)I received a sampling of the new Martha Stewart Decoupage line to try out including some beautiful lace trims that are part of the decoupage line. The lace seemed perfectly suited for a memo board. 
Here’s how I made my memo board. 1. Cover the mat board that came with the frame in fabric. I used a scrap from a vintage tablecloth. 2. Layout your lace trim. 3. Apply the trim with Martha Stewart Decoupage {I used Fabric-to-Fabric Durable Matte Finish} and let dry. 4. I decided not to decoupage the diagonal piece of lace so that it could be used as a note holder.
Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (17)Once the decoupage is completely dry, slip your mat board into the frame.
Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (9)Add your notes, reminders and other inspirational items. This is a skeleton leaf I made a few years ago.
Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (10)Fabric swatches and sweet thank you notes.
Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (2)The diagonal ribbon that I didn’t decoupage onto the board works perfectly as a to-do list holder.
Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (11)Feathers and inspirational pictures to help the creative process.
Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (1)I love these new Martha Stewart Decoupage products. I can’t wait to try the fabric-to-fabric oilcloth finish. The Martha Stewart Decoupage line is available at Michaels or you can find more information and inspiration on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or the Paint Me Plaid Blog.
Martha Stewart Decoupage - Memo Board via homework (4)Thanks for visiting.

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3 comments :

  1. That is just lovely Carolyn! Adore the scissors and that locket!!

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  2. Beautiful! And I love how you incorporated your own treasures like the skeleton leaf you made...which is also beautiful!

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