DIY Wallpaper: Mod Podge Wall Treatment
She mod-podged the patterns directly to the wall, then added another topcoat. After photocoping a bunch of different types of scissors, she manipulated the images to get varied effects and then mounted them on to colored cardstock. The scissors were then mod-podged on and a final “super top coat” was applied.
She says, “I really like how it all turned out, the contrast of the tan paper patterns and the white tile. . love it. Also the grainy black and white photocopies contrasting with the bright colors.”
We agree! Now it’s got us thinking about colorful tissue paper modpodged over some photocopies of gorgeous peony patterns….or seventies geometrics sized way up….hmmmmm
Via: Tchotchke Attack – Thanks, Janelle!