Reverse decoupage - a great opportunityembellish the plate, while retaining its purpose. Because the reverse side of the plate is decorated, the products will not come into contact with acrylic lacquer and paints. For work we need: -glass plate; -alcohol; - a napkin with a picture (or another not thick paper with an image); -scissors; -PVA glue; - Synthetic brush; -acrylic lacquer. Wipe the plate carefully with alcohol (degrease). We take a napkin, putting it to the bottom of the plate trying to choose a picture that could look good, and carefully cut out. You can cut all the balls at the same time (decoupage napkins, as a rule, three-layer), and then detach the upper ball with the pattern. Although, it will be easier to use the napkin completely. We take PVA, we breed in half with water in a smalldishes. Spread the napkin on a plate (on the reverse side, the back side to the top) and start gluing, applying glue on the napkin. It is important to do everything quickly, squeeze out air bubbles and smooth the folds, because the paper can quickly get wet. Leave to dry. If desired, you can tint the edges with acrylic paint in the main tone of the canvas. After the glue has dried, it's time to open the plate with acrylic paint, you need to do it carefully and evenly, that there would not be any leaks. To fix the varnish can be applied in several layers. We expect complete drying, and the plate is ready for use. We give it to our relatives or friends and make them happy with our resourcefulness. Classical objects for reverse decoupage can be - plates, bottles or other glassware.