The technique of decorating a surface with cutouts, as of paper.(noun)
A creation produced by this technique.(noun)
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Use "decoupage" in a sentence
"So the nation's Capitol also will be receiving a lot of muddy brown ornaments including a hip flask decorated in decoupage."
"The English called decoupage 'japanning' in the 18th century, and it became popular with the upper and middle classes by the 19th century."
"Kurt is going to kill me though, if I keep saying the word 'decoupage'."