A glass dish can be transformed into something really special using reverse decoupage. You will learn to apply layers of paper “upside down” and build them into a one-off design: your own work of art on a plate!
During this three-hour workshop, you will select papers from my extensive collection to transform a plain glass dish plus a tealight holder (supplied) into your unique creations. I will guide you through the design process and show you all the tricks involved in applying layers of thin paper to a glass surface. You will be able to use the glass dish for food as we apply the paper to the back and then seal it with a waterproof adhesive.
Once you have learned the technique of reverse decoupage, you will be able to upcycle other glass items items at home: all you need is time, patience, and a few very affordable materials and tools, some of which you may already have. I will give you a handout to remind you the basic steps of the technique, and suggest where you can purchase materials and tools.
All you need to bring with you is an apron - all materials plus tea and coffee are included in the cost of the workshop.
Please note that tickets are non-refundable but you can transfer your ticket to someone else if you are unable to attend: just email me their contact details.
Questions? please contact Gabriela by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, twitter @gabrielaszulman
Address will follow upon registration: Camberwell, London SE5