Three Sisters Decorative Platters are siblings based around the USA who come together to create nostalgic decoupage platters.
Each platter is handmade and designed around a particular theme. The current selection includes such retro themes as The Beatles, Elvis, TV Shows from the 70s and 80s, 60s Hippie and the one pictured here, 1970s Album Covers. All of the cut out images are sealed under the glass, so the platters are quite safe to eat off, although not suitable for microwaves or dishwashers.
The platters cost just over £22 each and can be bought via the Three Sisters’ Etsy Store.
Uoldbag! are in the business of taking old bags and suitcases and turning them in to something new and beautiful which references their origins.
This suitcase has been decoupaged with an original vintage crochet pattern and then embroidered by hand over the top so that various elements are picked out in colour.
The case measures 41cm/27cm/13cm, has it's original lining and also comes with a key for the lock. It may not stand up to the rigours of the luggage carousel but would make a great overnight case or trinket box.
It costs £190 from Uoldbag who sell their wares here.
We’ve seen plenty of retro telephones that are shaped like this, but we haven’t seen any decorated in the same way as this Decoupage Telegraph by Viva Fabric.
The classic style phone has been covered in brightly coloured vintage fabric using the decoupage style. The phone itself is still fully functioning, unimpeded by its unusual decoration. It still has its original cream cord and rotary dial.
The phone costs £90 from Viva Fabric on Not on the High Street.
Wendy Gold specialises in decoupage art, having decorated toilet seats and bathroom scales, she has now turned her hand to Vintage Globes, under the name of ImagineNations.
Vintage globes always have a certain charm anyway as but this makeover makes them extra special. The artwork has been hand-cut and decoupaged onto the globe, and there are various designs to choose from, or you can request a custom design.
Prices for 8 or 12 inch globes start at $150, going up to $450 depending on the complexity of the design. The design pictured here is “To the Rescue” which would cost $399. To view more examples, visit the ImagineNations website.