More ideas from Sarah
Children's Gifts / Decoupage a child's initial with their baby pictures for unique art for their room.

a large letter with black and white photos mod podged on - This was probably my favorite project. Wooden letter at Hobby Lobby, black and white pictures on plain old printer paper, Mod Podge, sand. The best gift ever!

Cut flower motifs from a paper napkin. Pull of the top layer and fasten with a little napkin glue on a stone and let it dry. To fix reap a second time with glue.

Decoupage rocks - Rocks with Flowers - cut out a flower pattern from a napkin, remove the thin top layer of the napkin, glue to the stone with napkin glue, let dry and then add one more layer of glue on top.

- round smooth rocks (if possible they should be light colored) - paper napkin with sea side motifs such as the ones you see above - decoupage glue for paper napkins or Modge Podge glue - soft flat paint brush for applying paper napkin glue - acrylic paint matching napkin (here a light blue paint was used) - sponge for dabbing paint onto the stone

- round smooth rocks (if possible they should be light colored) - paper napkin with sea side motifs such as the ones you see above - decoupage glue for paper napkins or Modge Podge glue - soft flat paint brush for applying paper napkin glue - acrylic

Are Tin Cans the New Mason Jar? 13 Tin Can DIYs via Brit + Co.

Got left over tins? Re-cycle, re-use. Decorative Tins with napkin/serviette decoupage. Create some beautiful tins with wire, charms and a bit of napkin decoupage!