Zig Decoupage Glue Marker

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Instead of the messy process of mixing regular decoupage paste with water for this vintage cut-and-paste craft, try the Zig Decoupage MARKER!!

The Zig Decoupage Glue Marker with a broad 15mm tip makes Decoupage projects easier to do- with no messy glue mixing or paint brushes to clean!

The craft of Decoupage involves gluing paper cutouts onto the surface of an object. This is perfect for easily applying ready-drawn decorative papers to a variety of surfaces.

This Zig Decoupage glue formula is best used with porous surfaces- including cloth, canvas, plastic, metal, wood and cardboard. Create a piece that is all your own!
HOW TO
Simple steps to decoupage:
-Pick your object and some paper cutouts such as magazine clippings, book pages, wallpaper, tissue paper, etc. (Use caution not to use anything printed from an ink jet printer- the glue can smear the color.)
-Get your glue marker started by pumping the tip down several times on some scrap paper. (Could take up to 20 times, so be patient.. pressing down too forcefully could damage the tip.)
-Apply some of the decoupage glue to the surface you are covering and the backside of the cutouts themselves.
-Press down on the paper cutouts to smooth after applying. You can use a damp paper towel to help smooth out the paper and catch any excess glue.
-Once the glue is dry, apply another coat of glue over the entire top of all the cutouts- sealing them on and leaving you with a unique new object!
features:
  • Transparent
availability:
Usually ships the same business day
Simple steps to decoupage:
-Pick your object and some paper cutouts such as magazine clippings, book pages, wallpaper, tissue paper, etc. (Use caution not to use anything printed from an ink jet printer- the glue can smear the color.)
-Get your glue marker started by pumping the tip down several times on some scrap paper. (Could take up to 20 times, so be patient.. pressing down too forcefully could damage the tip.)
-Apply some of the decoupage glue to the surface you are covering and the backside of the cutouts themselves.
-Press down on the paper cutouts to smooth after applying. You can use a damp paper towel to help smooth out the paper and catch any excess glue.
-Once the glue is dry, apply another coat of glue over the entire top of all the cutouts- sealing them on and leaving you with a unique new object!

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