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. My cheap and easy version of decoupage. With limited and very accessible resources, I am presenting a project worth sharing. Enjoy!
Materials used: 1. Plastic bottle (label removed, clean, and dry) 2. Some colored paper 3. Water (approximately 60 ml) 4. Paper glue or all-purpose white glue 5. ordinary ...
1. Remove the bottle's neck 2. Cut top portion of the bottle (this will define the size of your piggy bank) 3. Cut the bottom part 4. Obtain ...
1. Cover the opening where you cut the spout from with plastic tape 2. Make a slit opening where you would drop your coins into 3. Attach the ...
1. Cut pieces of colored paper (I used peach) about 1 inch square (not necessarily be of perfect squares). 2. Combine 1:1 ratio of paper glue and water. ...
1. Completely dry and ready for its parts 2. Prepare the pig's other body parts. Get your black colored paper and cut out 2 pieces of circles 1 ...
1. For the pig's tail, you need a 1 x 5 inches long of colored paper the same color as that of the ears 2. Crumple it into ...
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