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Drinks Tray using the FLUKE Luxe Decoupage Paper and Aussie WONDERFOIL - By Siobhan Ellwood

Drinks Tray using the FLUKE Luxe Decoupage Paper and Aussie WONDERFOIL - By Siobhan Ellwood

Fluke Drinks Tray - By Siobhan Ellwood

Items I used: 

Wooden drinks tray 

Aussie Décor Transfers Fluke Luxe Decoupage paper 

Aussie Décor Transfers Blue Applicator tool 

Aussie Décor Transfers Chain of hearts Stencil and applicator sponges 

Aussie Décor Transfers Mother’s Pearls Wonderfoil and Wonderfoil Size  

Aussie Deco Transfers Black Tool 

220 sand paper 

Old Ceramic tile (or other paint mixing area) 

Cutting mat 

Sharp exacto/craft knife or similar 

Diluted PVA glue 

Spritz bottle 

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Taking An Old Table From Drab to Fab! by Ceceilia Brown

Taking An Old Table From Drab to Fab! by Ceceilia Brown

When I first saw this Lone Wolf Luxe Decoupage Paper I just had to have it! I had no idea what I was going to put it on, but I just had to have that wolf!

Creating Gum Leaf Wall Art - by Sarah Macaulay

Creating Gum Leaf Wall Art - by Sarah Macaulay

I collected a bunch of dry gum leaves during the summer months (which are everywhere in Australia, but this project could work equally well on any type of leaf). This would be a great project to do with kids!

Stormy Iris Blend - by Meg Cockman

Stormy Iris Blend - by Meg Cockman

Hi! My name is Meg and I’m a new content creator for Aussie Decor Transfers.

This is my first ADT blog and this piece was actually my first using an ADT product. I love to decoupage and the colors in this paper just spoke to me. I love all the deep dark tones!


Playing with our new Aussie Dust Mica Powders - By Christel Bradbury

Playing with our new Aussie Dust Mica Powders  - By Christel Bradbury

I was so excited to be asked to have a play with the new "Aussie Dust" Mica powders by Aussie Decor Transfers!

For my first play, I chose to use the colours Pearl Idaho Orange and Iridescent Neptune. A tiny scoop of mica into a teaspoon of water based clear coat - (I used Dixie Belle Gloss Clear Coat) and mix well.

Using an artist brush, I applied two coats over a dark grey chalk painted embellishment. If you wanted more of a translucent colour or a glaze, one coat would...