Saturday, November 21, 2009

DECOUPAGED STAIRS REVISTED

Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special


Once again, I'm arriving at the party fashionably late.  I say fashionably because I'm wearing a coordinating sweat suit!  I'm a pretty big fan of decoupage, so I pretty regularly do a project that calls for it. In my  previous abode, I decoupaged old postcards onto a distressed, crackle-finished vanity in the bathroom.  I really should dig out a bd photo (before digital) to scan and post.  My stair project actually earned me a mention on A Soft Place to Land during Blissdom last February.  Needless to say, I was quite surprised at the hits I got that day, and it made me postively giddy.  I wish I had a new project to post, but the *biggie*  reveal is not quite ready.  I do love to party with y'all so, I am sending you to the original post here.  And for those who want the details, it's pretty simple.
Supplies:  wrapping paper and decoupage glue (I love Collage Pauge, Gloss)
Directions:  just do it!
Cost:  under $5
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9 comments:

Nancy said...

Very, very cool! I love it. I'm getting into decoupaging stuff, too. Not alot, but whatever I can think of!

Nancy

pk said...

What a great idea and it looks awesome! Never thought of decoupaging stairs...

pk @ Room Remix

Mimi said...

HI!!!!
Just bought a new jar of it!!!! I love it!!!!! I have been busy doing letters spelling out JOY--HO-HO-Ho and SNOW!!!!! So fun!!!!!
love the stairs!!!!!
jamie

Chloe and Co. said...

Very cool!

Polly@MakeMineBeautiful said...

How clever! Such an original idea.

Funky Junk Interiors said...

Super funky, Denise! I wouldn't have thought of that! Love the originality.

Donna

Veronica King: aka Queen Vee said...

I LOVE this. Very creative way to spruce up otherwise plain stairs...I want to try this sometime!

Great blog, BTW! =]

Vee
veronking2003.blogspot.com

Halo Hill said...

AH! To DIE for! Wonderful idea! I'm so glad I found your blog!

Happy Holidays!

Sheila

Anonymous said...

Could be the most influential page that I read today...

-Warmest regards
Marilyn