Wat is Decopatch?


decopatch

Decopatch is decoreren met dun (servet)papier. Het heet eigenlijk decoupage, zo heette het vroeger, ontstaan vanuit het frans. Je zou het ook servetten plakken kunnen noemen. Een paar jaar geleden was het heel populair om op dakpannen te plakken en ze te versieren om bij de voordeur te zetten. Ken jij dat nog?

De stukjes papier (of stukjes stof) worden in stukjes gescheurd of geknipt, en op een voorwerp gelijmd. Dat gebeurt met een speciale decopatch lijmlak. Het is dan een soort lapjeswerk (patch=lapje). Bij ieder stukje papier wordt er weer een nieuw laagje lijmlak aangebracht. Zo krijg je een heel leuk "lapjes" effect met iets diepte. Decopatchen kan op diverse ondergronden zoals hout, glas, MDF, plastic, styropor (piepschuim), metaal, etc. Zelfs kaarsen kan je versieren met de servettentechniek!

Het houten paneeltje heb ik hier eerst wit geverfd met een gewone acrylverf, zodat de kleur van de servetten mooier en frisser is. De houten letters heb ik zo gekocht en wit geverfd.


Het is gemaakt voor mijn overbuurmeisje (ik houd haar naam even anoniem, hihi) en het ovale naambordje hangt nu in haar slaapkamer, ze vindt hem helemaal geweldig. Kijk, daar doe je het voor, he?

Op Yoors zijn al een beetje heleboel :) veel artikelen geschreven over decopatch/decoupage. Voor Pasen, Kerst, Zomer, Winter, Sinterklaas, kinderfeestjes, voor Zomaar, Moederdag, etc! We hadden wat afgeplakt met servetpapier hier! Kijk je met me mee?

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In haar LaZoe Inspiratieboek doet expert Lara van de Hoef een boekje open over haar decopatchgeheimen. Ze geeft talloze tips en levert inspirerende voorbeelden. Dit boek bevat tevens een set exclusief LaZoe decoratiepapier. Bekijk het boek hier

Upcycle with decoupage (Pimpen met decoupage), boek in engels. Bekijk het hier

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