What kind of brush should I use for decoupage?

What kind of brush do you use for Mod Podge?

Tip 1: You can use Mod Podge with any foam brush or flat paintbrush, but for a super smooth application, we recommend you use foam. This is because the bristles of a flat brush can sometimes leave brush marks in your application, no matter how skilled you are at applying that Podge!

What equipment do I need to decoupage?

The basic tools and materials you’ll need are scissors, a crafting knife, wrapping paper, magazines or paper napkins. All you will need to start with are a few basic materials and tools.

Do you need a Brayer for decoupage?

Make sure that you have clean towels or sponges for any glue excess. You will also need something to smooth the fabric or paper to your work surface. A brayer works well for large, flat surfaces. If you don’t have a brayer, a decent alternative (depending on how big your surface is) is an old credit card.

How many coats of Modge podge should I use?

How many coats of Outdoor Mod Podge should I use? I recommend four – five coats for a project that is going to be outdoors. If the project is going to go through some serious weather conditions, you should also purchase an outdoor sealer for added protection.

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Can you decoupage with photos?

Decoupage allows you to display your favorite photographs in a creative way. Cover a wooden cube with photos, cut them out to decorate a picture frame, or glue them onto the outside of a paper or wood box. You can decoupage photographs onto any smooth surface that glue adheres to.

What’s the best paper to use for decoupage?

When you are printing your own Decoupage paper, then I would recommend using photo paper. I personally prefer matt photo paper for Decoupage but you can also use glossy paper, its completely up to your taste.