Crystal And Threaded Decoupage Technique by Manasa Priya

Crystal And Threaded Decoupage Technique by Manasa Priya

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Hey guys
Manasa Priya back on Connect4Sale blog with a very interesting technique – Crystal / Threaded Decoupage. Looking to make some  Valentine gifts for your loved ones? Here is one beautiful project for you to be inspired.

It’s a Papier Mache heart shaped box  and I have decorated with Crystal and Threaded decoupage which is taking its rounds on the internet.

Crystal Decoupage is a technique of adding glass crystals over a decoupaged surface. I have used Twinklets Diamond Dust for the glaze.

Here in this tutorial, I have demonstrated how to create a Threaded surface, Decoupage on top and add crystals to it.
Enjoy the quick DIY and create some easy and fun gift boxes for your loved ones this Valentine’s Day !

Materials used :
Paper Mache Boxes, Decoupage Tissue Napkin, Twinklets Diamond Dust, Chalk Paints from Connect4sale Hope you enjoyed watching this quick technique. Until next time.. ️
Manasa Priya, Upcycled by Manasa

About The Artist
Manasa Priya is an artist and crafter based out of Bangalore, India. She has completed her Masters in International Business Administration and Psychology and Parapsychology. She worked as a Banker with a corporate bank before taking up crafting as a full time career and a stay at home mom to her toddler son.

Brought up in the beach city of Andhra Padesh, Visakhapatnam, Manasa was always interested in art and craft. Constantly observing and trying out new ways to upcycle and reuse the discarded items has been her biggest hobby. She planned and invested her time in her own crafting business venture, UPCYCLED with a motto of creating lesser footprint and greater memories.

She broadened her craft spectrum to decoupaging, scrapbooking, card making, sospeso, quilling, fluid and relief painting. She always loves to have an Indo-Western touch to her projects so adopted the contemporary style. She has an immense love for pastel palette and flowers.

To know and learn more about Manasa’s work please visit the following links.
Facebook
www.facebook.com/upcycledbymanasa
YouTube
www.youtube.com/channel/UCKyJhG6xkgyyxgm_Ny84TWg
Blog
www.upcycledbymanasa.wordpress.com
Instagram
@upcycledbymanasa



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