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xDees Deco Double Take A4 Design House decoupage - Razzle & Dazzle - CLEARANCE!

xDees Deco Double Take A4 Design House decoupage - Razzle & Dazzle - CLEARANCE!

A4 Double Take decoupage sheet by Design House as pictured. containing a double take project - you fold the double take image to create two pictures in one. .

This is a traditional decoupage sheet, so scissors are needed!

Web image is watermarked by the manufacturer - the decoupage sheet itself is of course not watermarked.

Instructions for Design House Double Takes:

1 - Score the fold lines on the frame and the double take image with a ruler and small ball tool. It’s easier to do this before you cut them out.

2 - Cut out the frame, image and other elements from the sheet. When cutting out the image, cut on the inside edge of the cutting line.

3 - Concertina fold the double take image as you would if making a fan. Always start with a valley fold. A valley fold is folding the image onto itself so you see the back; a mountain fold is folding the reverse side onto itself so you see the image.

4 - Take the frame and place face down. Fold in the inside flaps and fix into place, then fold in the outside flaps and fix into place.

5 -  Apply adhesive to the left hand flap of the image and fix to the back of the left hand side of the frame. Line up the inside edge of the frame with the first fold. Apply adhesive to the right hand flap and fix to the right hand side of the frame as before.

6 -  Apply adhesive to the back of the frame and fix to your project along with your chosen elements.

Was: £0.70  Now: £0.49
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