Decoupage Tutorial – Easter Egg Decoration – Πασχαλινό Αυγό – Craft by Debi

Decoupage Tutorial – Easter Egg Decoration – Πασχαλινό Αυγό – Craft by Debi


Hello, hello, I’m Debbie and welcome to my channel because of the latest events and because we are all locked in our homes I thought to make some videos and share them with you So today we are going to make this egg here with clay decoupage and various other techniques You will find all the products below in the description so we will need a nest egg this is the basis of it and two rice papers I will use the hare from one of the rice paper and the background from the second rice paper cut the hare with a wet brush cut the rice paper and I’ll use the light clay do & dry to make my hare 3D about this thickness we need for the clay I put up the rice paper and with a clay tool mark around all around mark the outline of the hare carefully remove the rice paper and now with the same tool remove the clay around I’ll keep the hare’s shape and I’ll remove all the rest gently squeeze the tips to make them look more oval and place the clay on the egg to the point where I want to stick it check how it looks like with rice paper if I put it in the right place and stick with a glue for decoupage the clay on the egg and I’ll move on to the next steps, at the back of the egg prepare the second rice paper I have selected and with adhesive for decoupage I hang the pieces that I liked on the back of the egg because the surface is curved, as you can see it is not straight I will need to cut some points so as not to crease the rice paper always place glue first on the surface place the rice paper on and after Apply glue over the rice paper the second piece I don’t want to cover the whole surface that’s why I have already cut the rice paper in exactly the same way where there is a curve gently tear the rice paper let it dry now that it has dried I will apply a varnish the surface I decoupaged again I let it dry decoupage at the base of the egg with the same rice paper and in the same way here it is much easier because the surface is straight apply glue for decoupage on the surface place the rice paper and again over the rice paper glue for decoupage after each side has dried remove that it is protrudes with a sandpaper again a some glue in the corners if needed and I’ve done the same on all four sides let it dry I place the rice paper on the clay and decoupage again glue on the clay I want the glue to go everywhere so that it sticks very well the rice paper carefully place the rice paper tear if necessary needed because the surface is curved it is not straight here is the most important to put the rice paper correctly on the clay continue with the glue for decoupage at the bottom and of course I apply glue and the top of the rice paper i get the clay tool again and press the rice paper to the edges there… where the clay ends I basically tear up the rice paper so that it sticks very well to the edges let it dry of course we never forget at every stage apply a varnish so varnish and let it dry now I will use the powder aging effect I love it very last because it gives me so many possibilities today I’ll show you two of them I get the Copenhagen chalk paint and put a tablespoon of powder and two or three tablespoons of chalk paint stir very well and I have a nice mix which I will first use as a paste with a spatula apply my “paste” on top of the egg I am very careful about switching off I don’t want to be thick I want it to be thin on the edges and as you can see I’m trying not to interfere too much in the rice paper not to completely miss the plan that I’m stuck with So that’s one way how to use the aging effect in this way you have any paste color you want you can even fill stencils I do the same at the base, in some places as you can see I do not fully cover the plan now I use the aging effect in the usual way that is, with one brush with coarse hair, bristle by dab apply to the surface in the places I want to do aging leave a sufficient amount so as to give volume and at the back of the egg I do the same in some places with small blows enough amount of aging effect and in the front it will all be done with small blows bu dab and it will look like this I let it dry very well very important dry very well at this point because the layer is thick enough and after they have dried everything very well I get the Belgrade which is my old white my beige, tell it as you like a simple brush and paint where I’ve used the powder again iI try not to cover the drawing from the rice paper at some points in some points I cover very well in other places I let it transparent I will do the same at the front and it will look like this I paint the base where I’ve applied the aging effect and at the points I used with a spatula very gently I don’t want to completely cover the previous color and now that everything is dry I take a spatula and start scratching where there is embossing will be removed very easily with the spatula and it will give you the distressing effect that gives the aging effect I make small and quick movements and hold the spatula parallel to the surface take Copenhagen again and dye the base of the egg, where it has bas-reliefs only that point I use a small oblique brush to avoid accidents and now I get a hairbrush a little bit Belgrade very small amount and I do the dry brush technique on the bas-reliefs Kiev, my dark brown color again oblique wet brush and I shade around the hare if the color does not slip you need to wet your brush and get color again and define the result now I will use gloss gel paste is a transparent paste you can use it as an adhesive here I will use it as glue I’ll stick some grass and eggs later you can put whatever you like and with the same material I’ll stick the base with the egg why it works like a heavy body is a material that acts as an adhesive and hang heavy objects between them and it becomes transparent when it’s dried this was the video for today thank you so much for watching me you will find all the products below in the description and I’ll see you next time. Goodbye!!!

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