How to Decoupage With Saran Wrap

  1. Becky says:

    I have a heat press, could I use that? I would put parchment paper over and under.

    • admin says:

      I don’t see why you couldn’t. You just don’t need the heat up super high.

      • Debbie says:

        Can you still seal napkin without causing wrinkles using poly acrylic ?

        • admin says:

          Yes! But I would use a spray sealer

        • admin says:

          Yes! Just a light coat thoigh

    • Lena says:

      That looks super easy Beth!! My luck I’d melt the Saran Wrap to my iron ????????????

      • admin says:

        LOL – that’s why you use the parchment paper! I would do that too!

  2. Marilyn says:

    So you do not need to use Mod Podge?

    • admin says:

      NOPE! Not at all! It’s amazing!

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  4. Donna says:

    i love your easy tutorial. i’m just learning. this is definitely something i can do with my students who are adults with disabilities. one question though: what grit of sandpaper did you use to finalize your project?

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  6. Lene says:

    Hi I seem to have problems with the napkin once cooled starts to separate. I have tried saran wrap and glad cling wrap. I have tried with mod podge under the warp and with out but I just can’t seem to get the napkin to adhere. What am I doing wrong?

    • admin says:

      I am so sorry to hear that you are struggling with this. You do need to separate the layers of the napkin so that you are only mod podging one onto your workpieces. I apologize if I was not clear on that. I will get the blog post updated to share that.

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