Decoupage cell phonecases

Decoupage Cell Phone Cases

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Cut with scissors part of the figure – an example to cover when fitting must remember that when wet napkin increases.

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Since I do not know how to behave in this Colour Options, for starters, surface cover with white glue, it is obligatory. So as not to forget it is necessary to remember what we gruntuem surface …

After drying – very fine sandpaper – suddenly some irregularities, roughness.

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I do not want to change the colour of the cover, but if you just stick a thin napkin on color leatherette – the loss of brightness. So to start our  napkin. A little more about this method: I divorced water varnish Triora 1 to 10 and I’ve found a pattern of richly crafted napkin with a soft brush, after drying, took her to the solution I’ve found, spread varnish 1 to 5, and again processed, after drying varnish spread 1 to 3 and again processed to dry completely. WARNING! remove tissue only after complete drying, otherwise you can break them.

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Here’s a she we get flexible, but pretty strong.

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Now it is very convenient to operate.

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On the reverse side of the picture we paint our white acrylic paint (I usually construction).

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waiting for complete drying, napkin can deform a little, but it’s not terrible.

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Our picture is ready to decoupage. Glue it to the surface of the cover with a soft synthetic brush with white glue, I – building universal, quite thick.

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That is until a handsome man I …

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After drying – handle fine sandpaper.

I did not do background, contours and versatile image drawn contours.

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3 layers of varnish caused “Triora.”

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the inside …

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Again crafted fine sandpaper and more circuits.

Applied 4 finishing layer of varnish.

Here’s what I have it turned …..

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I can say my experiment was a success, at the folds until the varnish is not deformed. Last 2 weeks of active use.

Thank you for reading to the end, I hope you are not too tired?

In fact, nothing complicated!

I dare to hope that my tutorial is useful to someone. If you have questions to ask – happy to answer, write your feedback and comments – I will be very happy!

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