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What would be the best way to decoupage an old wooden dresser? For example, does Home Depot carry the glue or other tools need to do this? Thank you!

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Posted 2013-08-28T19:42:00+0000  by 6045jonese 6045jonese

Hello 6045jonese!


What a great question!


Decoupage is not a mainstream process instructed at The Home Depot.


However, you will find "crafty" individuals among our Associates who know "How To."


Depending upon the materials you select, most can be attached using wallpaper adhesive or any other clear-drying poly vinyl water-based adhesive.


Gently apply glue to the surface of your wooden dresser and stick down your pattern.


Make certain to apply glue over the surface of your pattern as well and then add the next piece to your decoupage pattern.


Continue adding pieces until your pattern is complete and allow to dry 48-hours.


Apply several thin layers of water-based polyurethane as your clear coat.



Develop your pattern on the clean, dry surface before you begin gluing.


Click the link to see Mod Podge Angle Wings made by another Community Member.



Posted 2013-08-29T13:25:11+0000  by Pat_HD_ATL
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