Talk:Decoupage

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I hate to be the bringer of bad news, but I think this article has been tampered with by some rogue.

Kurt Cobain and decoupage ? Surely not. Viz is very funny on occasion, but it's also very far from being a learned journal, or in fact even slightly serious: http://www.viz.co.uk/

  • Indeed. I have removed the below paragraph on Cobain from the main article for obvious reasons. Will leave it here in case there is ever some need to make an article on 'decoupage references in popular culture' ;-) Sassf 15:11, 14 October 2007 (UTC)

On a lighter note, Viz, the satirical current affairs publication in the UK, recently uncovered that Kurt Cobain was a "much revered" Decoupagist, a skill he devoted much of a his private life to and, it has been suggested, could have led to the star's break down and eventual demise. Legend has it that small fragments of pink crape paper were found stuck to his thumbs shortly after his untimely incident with the gun.

Materials[edit]

Materials reads like part of a 'how to'. This should be summarized for this article and/or moved to WikiHow.Kathybramley (talk) 13:41, 13 April 2011 (UTC)

Other card making techniques: Die cutting (arts and crafts) .[edit]

This article so far talks about hand-cut paper and pressed flowers. I want to create a page about die-cutting in arts and crafts - could this be incorporated here instead? I'm not an expert. Arts and crafts die-cutting is distinct from industrial uses but it is not just used with paper, there are grades of die cutting machines for use as a hobbyist and craft-worker. Anyone interested go to Die cutting, and/or search for resources on the web. Kathybramley (talk) 13:49, 13 April 2011 (UTC)

Image, not?[edit]

The Juan Gris image is labelled 'not decoupage'. So why is it here? Does it have any relevance? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 112.118.167.77 (talk) 19:52, 14 February 2012 (UTC)