I taught Niko how to decoupage a candle holder which we will use for Sint Maarten’s Day. This is probably a late post, but Niko really did his best to decoupage, so I have to post it. πŸ˜€


Small jars (we used the baby food jars)
Mod podge
Design papers or you can use tissue papers
Foam brush
Bristle brush
Paint brush

Cut the design papers into small pieces. I cut them into small rectangles and separate them according to pattern.

Using the foam brush, spread the mod podge into the jar. Also put a small amount of mod podge at the back of the papers before attaching it unto the jar. After you place the papers on the jar, let it dry for an hour. Once the glue has dried, apply another layer of mod podge on top of the papers. You can use a paint brush for this. Let it dry for one to two hours, before adding another layer. Add more layers until the edges of the papers are smooth. Let it stay overnight to make sure that it’s complete dry.

We did this craft a few days before the Sint Maarten feast, so it was completely cured.

Here is our finished products.

Sint Maarten’s Day


Pancake Bunnykins

An Asian mermaid lost in transition.

I live in an enchanted forest at the end of a rainbow. I have a little window in my room where I can see unicorns playing in the grass field at day and magical fairies dancing under the silvery moon at night.

Let me know what you think 🐰

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