Frequent question: Can you decoupage with greeting cards?

Can you decoupage with Christmas cards?

Let dry completely. Trim Christmas cards to fit wooden coasters and apply using decoupage. You’ll want to apply decoupage to the wooden coaster, place the card and apply decoupage to the top of the card. Cut a piece of adhesive felt to fit the bottom of the wooden tile and affix to tile bottom.

What kind of paper can you use for decoupage?

You can use pretty much any kind of paper, that you want. You can use Magazine Paper, Newspaper, Wrapping paper, Wallpaper, Paper Napkins, playing cards, crafting paper and even fabric. As long, as the Decoupage glue, that you are using, can glue it to the surface of your project, then you can use it for Decoupage.

Do you need special paper for decoupage?

DecoArt Americana Decoupage Paper kits are soft, pliable, thin and lightweight, with many stylish designs. These papers are made specifically for more intricate designs. Plaid Mod Podge Podgeable Papers are also paper packs designed specifically for decoupaging crafts.

Do you throw away greeting cards?

Old Greeting Cards

Unless the card had something particularly sentimental and meaningful written inside, throw it away.

How do you declutter old greeting cards?

Here are some tips if you’re ready to declutter your old cards and letters:

  1. Find the treasures in the piles and keep those but let go of the others.
  2. Keep cards that have special notes written in them but say goodbye to those with just a basic signature.
  3. Let go of any cards or letters from people you don’t remember.
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Should I keep old cards?

As soon as it comes time to dust the surfaces that the cards have been placed on, they go into the recycling bin… More people (I would guess) prefer to keep hold of them as keepsakes and memories – to look back on in years to come – and it’s this that I really want to focus on today.