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Amazing DIY Art Book Decoupaged Table

Vintage is very fashionable now because it reminds you of good old times and looks stylish. If you are also charmed with the vintage pieces, this tutorial of a vintage art book decoupaged table is for you. You’ll need a coffee table, Modge Podge or white glue, a foam brush, book pages or photocopies, spray paint or paint color of your choice for your table legs, spray paint primer, sandpaper and some more stuff. Sand your table and spray the legs with white primer spray paint so that the color shows up really well. After your primer dries, spray or paint your table legs with your color. Make some coffee in a tub and soak in it the images that you want to see on your table. Using your foam brush, paint a layer of Modge Podge on the back of your piece of paper and lay it down on the tabletop. When it’s dry, use a razor to  blade or utility knife to carefully trim the edges. Paint 1 to 2 coats of polyacrylic protective finish over your tabletop to seal in the design, let dry and enjoy the piece!

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  1. christine from decorated life Says:

    I love this! You make it look so easy too! Thanks for the inspiration. I have an old outdoor table which needs a makeover – decoupage could be perfect!

  2. Becky Says:

    This looks really great – I love the whole vintage/antiquarian book page thing. It would look great with dictionary pages, too, or kids’ book pages for a child’s bedroom. I just blogged about a project using wallpaper to cover up an ugly piece of furniture – http://homefluffyhome.blog.com/2012/10/31/always-at-your-bedside/

  3. john Says:

    love this, can you use photographs too?

  4. Laura Randall Says:

    I love it! It’s looks really cool.
    May have to get busy with our coffee table. Thanks for posting. :)

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