Hazelnut New Orleans has a unique and beautiful selection of decoupage platters and Lucite trays. Each one is lovingly crafted by our artisans with an eye toward detail, color, and texture. Pick from our many designs featuring flowers, animals, landscapes, and more. The New Orleans patterns make each piece special and perfect for a variety of occasions or decor. Whether you're searching for the perfect gift or something special to display in your home, Hazelnut New Orleans has the perfect decoupage platter or Lucite tray just for you.
Hazelnut New Orleans is proud to offer the work of celebrated artist Shelley Venema. Her elegant reverse decoupage glass plates are handmade in the USA, beautiful and functional object d'art. Enhanced with 14 carat gold leaf and sealed, signed, and numbered, these exclusive Hazelnut New Orleans themed designs are based on historic maps, antique Harper's Weekly etchings, as well as various vintage carnival imagery. A perfect gift for any occasion, these unique and exquisite plates can be used to adorn a wall or act as a "catch all" tray or even a hors d'oeuvres serving piece (food safe: wipe clean with damp cloth). Shop our selection of Shelley Venema's artwork today!
Hazelnut New Orleans is the perfect place to add an extra-special, one-of-a-kind touch to your special occasions! Our exclusive Decoupage platters and Lucite trays come in a variety of designs and colors so you can curate a mix that reflects your individual style. Our platters are carefully handcrafted with artisanal decoupage, gold leafing extra flair. Plus, our Lucite trays ensure practicality with personality. Add these items to your registry today and create something unique that will last a lifetime!
What is Decoupage?
Decoupage is an art form that dates back to the 16th century. It is a craft technique in which objects such as furniture, boxes, ornaments, and artwork are decorated by gluing cut-outs of images onto them. Paper napkins and pages from vintage books and magazines are commonly used for this craft. The process involves using multiple layers of adhesive, usually glue or varnish, to build up the desired design.