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In which the Lawrence Problem continues…

A venture into arts and crafts (sadly not the William Morris arts and crafts, because I have neither the patience nor the draughtsmanship, and my book of gift cards is being slow in arriving), with decoupaging. I received the tip “don’t wait the 15-20 minutes between coats, just dry it with a hairdryer” and this was the result:

There are a few ridges, and it’s a little bobbly in places, but for a first try using an unnecessarily narrow brush – because that was all I had – I’m not wholly disappointed. This particularly iconic image of Lawrence was one I was intending to put on a badge until I remembered that I disdain badges and wear only brooches…

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