Decoupage - from the French word découper, meaning to cut out - is a craft or art form that entails pasting cut-outs (typically paper) to an object in combination with special paint effects and other decorative elements. The process gives flat cut-outs an appearance of depth and makes patterns and pictures look as though they are actually painted on the decoupaged object.
Decoupage is a fun and easy way to decorate just about any object, including household items from small vases to large pieces of furniture--the possibilities are endless.
In this workshop you will learn: 1. How to make a hole in the glass bottle. 2. Decorating our glass bottle with the decoupage technique. 3. Learning basic steps to do the wiring of the lampshade. 4. Fixing the bulb holder to the mouth of the bottle. 5. Finishing your final product with a lampshade.
Let's come together, enjoy this art form and learn all the basics of drilling, electrical work, crafting in one workshop.
Take-Home: A colorful lamp made with your favorite glass bottle
Date: Sunday, 3rd May 2020 Time: 11am to 2pm Venue: Pepperfry, Indiranagar, Bangalore Fees: 2000/- (all-inclusive)
Trainer: Shruti Jain Rao, Artist & Teacher She is a trained artist. She is in art since childhood. Practicing it seriously for the last 2 years. She has been part of many art exhibitions in Bangalore. She is into many different art forms. She has conducted many art workshops in Bangalore. She has received Hand-crafters Excellence Award under MSME. She has trained around 400 students till now.
**No prior knowledge of the decoupage is required. **In 2000/- materials will be provided just for the workshop **Cancellation Policy: Before 24 hours, bookings can be rescheduled. Within 24 hours, rescheduling won't be possible.