how to decoupage old table with mod podge
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How To Decoupage Old Table with Mod Podge

Have you ever tried decoupage? If not, Then you should give it a try! Decoupage is a pretty paper craft idea. I am a big fan of paper decoupage. My inspiration behind decoupage crafts is my super talented friend Amy from Mod Podge Rocks. She is amazing in decoupaging with mod podge crafts. Today I will be sharing how I decoupage an old table with some scrapbook paper pieces. If you have any old table at home, Design it with decoupage. Let’s see how to decoupage an old table with Mod Podge.

You don’t need to have master skills in decoupage art for designing this table surface. Just a few craft supplies & a little bit effort & you are done! Have a look now :)

How To Decoupage Old Table with Mod Podge

how to decoupage old table with mod podge

Is it looking like a wooden surface? At first glance it looks like a wooden table but it’s a metal table & I decorate it with paper decoupage only!

 

how to decoupage old table with mod podge

Here it is a before image! It was a boring dirty white table I used to keep it near window in good natural light for photography while placing a white or colored sheet over it. Super useful for my craftroom but pretty boring it looks there! So I thought to decorate it with paper decoupage!

 

Supplies You will need :

Brown Paper Tape

Mod Podge

Scrapbook or Podgeable paper

Scissors & applicator.

how to decoupage old table with mod podge

First of all I paste some brown paper tape on the surface of white table. Then I use Mod Podge outdoor formula for sealing the brown paper tape. There were some bubbles when I paste the paper tape. I have also used the same paper tape for my previous Washi Tape table design. Actually I have a big roll of that tape which I don’t know where to use. So better use it this way!

 

how to decoupage old table with mod podge

I was at a paper stationary store few days back & there I saw this gift wrapping sheet. The circle motifs were looking so good & I bought it without even knowing where I will use it in crafts. So here today I am thankful to myself for buying this pretty sheet. It’s time to decorate with this sheet. Isn’t it pretty?

 

how to decoupage old table with mod podge

I cut & separate the circles from the paper sheet. Then I cut some of these & make some half circles. Now it’s time to decoupage! yeah..

how to decoupage old table with mod podge

First of all I paste a circle motif in the middle of the table. Then started pasting other motifs around it & completed the whole design. I used half circles for the sides of the table. When pasting is done, I seal it with mod podge again. And it’s ready! OMG.. I was so happy to see what I have done!

If you are following me at snapchat, You can see my crafty stuff work in progress LIVE.. yeah! Not everyday but on & off. My friends at snapchat also enjoyed this DIY idea. I am glad to get appreciation of my friends :)

Now my craftroom table is colorful one! With an attractive surface. Wow! Let me know if you liked it or not?

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In my previous article I shared my work table essentials. I bet you noticed the table there too. I am happily working on these days. It’s fun sitting around the things you have created or handcrafted :) isn’t it?

You can have a look at my previous Mod Podge Crafts. I hope you will like my other ideas & DIYs. Be sure to share the idea with your friends via social media networks, You can use the sidebar sharing buttons for spreading this article with your social media friends. If you find it easy & interesting, Be sure to share this article. Because sharing is caring. Right?

Have a blessed day everyone!

Thank You.

Khadija ~

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67 Comments

  • Reply Frederic Jerone March 13, 2016 at 1:05 am

    If using a thick white paper for your decoupage, such as pages from a book, soak the papers in coffee for a few minutes before applying to the table to create an antiqued appearance.

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind March 19, 2016 at 2:50 pm

      Great tip dear Frederic, Thank you for sharing! Scrapbook sheets will also be working well for this :)
      Have a good day!

  • Reply Kai | Lilpink March 19, 2016 at 10:15 am

    i usually repaint my old furniture. <3 when i was a child, i would stick stickers on every furniture in my room. :D

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind March 19, 2016 at 2:51 pm

      Wow, Kai you are just like me. I used to cut stickers & paste on cupboards..haha! very smart :) Give this idea a try as well :) Thanks

  • Reply Nid March 20, 2016 at 4:20 pm

    it is looking so beautiful after a makeover ^_^
    from where can i get mod podge in islamabad khadija?

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind March 20, 2016 at 8:45 pm

      Thank you Nid. I am glad to know you liked it.
      BTW I got the mod podge from US, its not yet available here in Pakistan :(

      • Reply Nid March 21, 2016 at 4:23 pm

        yeah exactly i couldn’t find mod podge anywhere from here :/….is there any other way i can make this decoupage glue?

        • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind March 23, 2016 at 12:37 pm

          Hey Nid, You can google it ” home made mod podge” otherwise try using movileth german glue, mix a little water & make it smooth, it will be a bit similar to the mod podge then!

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