Decoupage Workshop

July 23, 2019
1:00 PM  – 1:45 PM

Salten Hall, Career Services
Long Island, NY

33 W. 60th St., Room 314
New York, NY

While there will be in-person events on both New York campuses, you can also join remotely via Zoom.

Instructors: Amy Bravo and Vanessa Newman, International and Experiential Education

Decoupage (or découpage) is the art of decorating an object by gluing paper cutouts onto it. Simple, yes, but the result can be very pretty and the process a great way to relieve stress.

In this 45 minute session, you will learn basic tips and techniques to upcycle an old or used item.

What to bring:


  • Scissors*
  • A smooth object made of glass or ceramic, such as an old jar (spaghetti sauce), candle holder, vase, or plate*
  • A rag to clean up*

Provided at the in-person sessions in Long Island and New York City:

  • Decorative napkins, tissue paper, or wrapping paper
  • Mod Podge, available at many Dollar Tree stores, Michaels, Targets, or here. Watered down Elmer's Glue would also work.
  • A paint brush, ½ inch to 1 inch, flat bristled