Part VI. Combination of two napkins.

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I have come back this morning from beautiful, breathtaking Prague – capital of Czech Republic. Prague – one of cities that I deeply recommend visiting!
I have a pleasure to be there because of Aleksandar. This trip was taken thanks to his generosity – it was my birthday present and our Christmas gift from him.
Speaking a bit more about amazing places, my favorite one is still Rome (Italy). In Prague or Rome you don’t need map, at every corner is something that will amaze you with its beauty.

Now let’s talk about important stuff – decoupage ;)

In Part VI, I would like present to you another object decorated at the weekly decoupage course. (See more about the course here).

Wooden candle holder cut out from a whole piece of wood.
This kind of candle holders are available in different sizes and you can buy at art shops or online. It is quite easy object to work on.

Decoupage Candle Holder wood

From close the holder looks like is decorated with one napkin, but actually there are two different motifs. The roses are precisely cut out and glue on top of a napkin with renaissance design.

Decoupage-Wooden-Candle-HolderThe secret of success  in this method is that the background napkin must be in light design and top motif in dark. This combination will allow to cover the first layer of napkin. The rule also applies to a rice paper.

Photo: AnnaDecou & A. Glownia.
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2 comments

  1. Angie Staniford · · Reply

    I love this! and I love the tea light holder itself. I am going to be giving classes on decoupage later in the year and those are perfect for beginners. Beautiful job!

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    1. Thank you very much. Glad you like it. Yeah, this candle holder is quiet easy to make. Good luck with the classes! :)

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