Tissue paper is the perfect medium for decoupage. I’ve used it several times and the design choices are many! I’m sharing a sparkly tissue paper, along with the soft and feminine Antoinette Chalk Paint in the perfect shade of pink.
This is an oldie that I’d never shared before. I painted (and decoupaged) this little table probably 5 years ago now.
I recently came across these photos and thought I’d go ahead and share it will y’all since I really love using tissue paper as decoupage.
And because I haven’t really shared this gorgeous color, Antoinette Chalk Paint.
It is the perfect shade of pink. Not too dark, not too light and not “bubblegummy” pink at all.
It’s a very sophisticated pink and I love it.
As a matter of fact, I have an old antique dresser that I think is just begging to be painted this color.
What do you think? Yes?
I’ve had this dresser in storage for about 2 years now, maybe longer.
I think it’s time I get on it! ;)
Sadly for this little table, I have no tutorial photos.
But I can tell you what I did, and what I used. :)
And I can share my other tissue paper project tutorial, here.
Here is what this one looked like before….
I actually had 2 others.
They were sort of “nesting” tables but they didn’t nest. ;)
This was the baby, then there was a middle size and a larger size.
I sold them all except this one…..
….the largest one.
This one sits in my foyer to this day.
You can read all about the entire decoupage/paint process on it, here.
I’ve also got a photo of the “mid” sized one in this post too.
I sprayed the base of this one white and then gave it a brush with a pearlized white paint.
You can see this one is missing the round wood bottom that the other two had.
I just adore that Antoinette Chalk Paint color. I really do think I’m going to have to use it on that dresser I posted a picture of above.
Then maybe a white, pearlized stencil of some sort. :)
Love this Antoinette Chalk Paint Pink like I do? Or maybe the tissue paper decoupage?
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Hope you have a wonderful week!
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