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Topic: Antique Decoupage--Opinions needed!!  (Read 338 times)
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« on: July 28, 2011 11:13:21 AM »

Alright, so my boyfriend and I are restoring a Regal Le Domino guitar from the 1930's. Yes, it's mega cool. As of right now it doesn't play and we have a lot of work ahead of us to re-bend the neck back to it's original straightness. But that's a whole nother story.

Inside the guitar is the original 75 year old manufacturers label. It is starting to peel off and we are worried that if it gets exposed to any more crazy heat or whatever, it will turn to dust.
Therefore, I was thinking that perhaps getting some matte mod podge and sealing it with that would work.

Do any of you have experience using it on old paper like this? I do not want to try it and ruin the integrity of the label if it doesn't work.

Let me know your opinions!  Smiley

Ps-It wont let me post the picture cause I'm new. Boo. So here's a link:

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