All you need is a bunch of paper, either from magazines, junk mail or even old wrapping paper, a craft knife and a straight edge, if you want your beads to come out uniform, and plain white glue or decoupage glue.
This amazing reference book features a brief overview of crafts to make from A-Z - including activities such as botanical pressing, decoupage, rubber stamping, and making wreaths.
Decoupage the boxes to make them a little prettier, and embellish with a symbol of what is inside (stamp the box that's full of rubber stamps with rubber stamps, for instance).
Mod Podge decoupage adhesive can be purchased from any large craft store, but you can also decoupage with children's liquid school glue if you're trying to save money.
Instead of spending money on expensive and often ugly plastic storage containers, decoupage sturdy cardboard boxes to use as totes for all your household items.
Paint or decoupage hearts on just about any type of craft wood item you can find at the craft store, from picture frames to recipe boxes, benches to trunks.
The small size of chipboard embellishments makes them a fun way to experiment with various creative techniques, ranging from rubber stamping to decoupage.
You can also use magazine pages for your art by making them into beads, using them in a decoupage project, even creating a little book for your children.
Decoupage sturdy cardboard boxes with coordinating patterned papers to create unique storage containers for all the photos you have yet to scrapbook.
Continue with this process until the entire container is covered, and then apply one more coat of the decoupage medium to help protect the surface.