Decoupage (pronounced day-co-pahge) is the process of applying an image to the surface of a hard object. Rebecca figured we could do this with glass discs and fun papers and even fabric and embroidery. The image above is paper.
This one is a hand-colored embroidered flower, as is the one below.
This indigo blue image is from a vintage Korean fabric called ramie. It is made from the stems of a thistle. It is very strong, stronger than linen.
We bought the entire roll. It is only 14 inches wide, because it is woven on narrow looms.
This ruby red star has a satin polka dot center. the adhesive used to apply the fabric or paper to the glass makes a raised glass-like finish.