Toddler Activities: Decoupage Crafts***z*below-h1.shtml***
Our toddler activities are designed to promote learning through play. Included below are some of our decoupage crafts from Teaching Tiny Tots.
Decoupage your child initial or name. Use Kraft cardboard letters or wooden letters from craft stores.
Decoupage Picture Coasters
Select your favorite pictures and make these coasters.
Decoupage Trinket or Jewelry Box
Using colorful torn magazine pieces and glue, make this into a trinket box for small treasures.
Using colored tissue, watered down white glue or Mod Podge, you can create this easy to make home decor.
Marbled Tissue Vase or Jar
Using tissue and paint to make this stunning marbled tissue vase.
Decoupage Using Fabric
We used fabric from a favorite dress to make this cute keepsake.
Decoupage is the art of of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects. Each layer is sealed with varnishes usually several coats. Pictures and patterns from newspapers, magazines, catalogs, books, printed clip art, wrapping paper, greeting cards, fabric, tissue paper, lace can be used to create decoupage art. Standard white glue diluted with a little water or specialty glues found in most crafting stores are what is used to adhere a piece to the object being decoupaged. A coat of acrylic varnish is often applied when finished to add a shiny coat.
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