Decoupage window quilt project.

Decoupaged window panels with scrapbook paperI definitely have a cute scrapbook paper collection problem; I mean, who doesn’t? I love sheets of pretty paper, and I buy them, even when they don’t have a home or an idea (yet). I can tell you I was most delighted when I found this decoupage window project from Meg at Wild Child. It uses 12 sheets of scrapbook paper, and my guilty craft shopping conscience needs this type of relief. Seriously.

This project is really as simple as it gets. Once you locate the windows (not as hard as you think), you simply decoupage the sheets of paper to the backs of the panes with Mod Podge. The papers are the art and the color. Visit here for a step-by-step from Meg, and she even gives you some other ideas. Enjoy.

Comments

  1. says

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! Looks like I’ll be adding yours to my list of blogs to stalk (ha ha). I am just discovering all you can do with mod podge, and am loving it! Have a great week!

  2. says

    Super blog, Amy! So pleased to have found it via your comment on mine. I am a complete novice with Mod Podge but I can see it has lots and lots of exciting uses! Will be keeping an eye on your postings for inspiration!!

  3. says

    Oh my gosh, you seriously rock!! I have done this same idea, but not with Mod Podge. I have commitment issues, so I used 3m/M sticky squares. Love it!!
    Elise

  4. Adirondack Metal Designs says

    I love this idea with the scrapbook paper and the window! I have several old windows and tons of scrapbook paper! I have a feeling this project may be in my future!