Make your own set of decoupaged wood flower cutouts using my simple tutorial. You could also paint or stencil them to create a unique look!
Y’all!! Remember the little risers we did? I was out in my shop sanding these and I saw this and just had to try one of them too. Let me show you how I made this decoupaged wood flower set.
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Supplied I used to create my Decoupaged Wood Flower Cutouts:
- Small Scalloped Risers
- 6 inch Round Riser
- Flower Cutout
- Dowel Rod
- Scrapbook Paper – CLICK HERE for a fun set!
- Brayer (My exact one is not available, but this one should work.)
- Mod Podge
- Micro Zip Sander
- Starbond Medium Instant Adhesive
- Au Natural Dixie Belle Voodoo Gel
- Acrylic Paint Brush Set
- Wood Glue
If you’ve never decoupaged before, it’s really simple and fun.
First, you’re going to trace the shapes you will be decoupaging. When tracing, be sure to do so on the back of the paper you are using so you don’t see any of the marks from your pen.
Once all of your shapes have been traced, cut them out.
Then, do a dry fitting to make sure everything lines up.
Now it’s time to add the Mod Podge.
Paint a single layer of Mod Podge on the surface of the wood and then place and press the paper into place,
Add the paper to all of your cutouts and then let them dry completely. Once dry, you will use sand paper to remove any excess paper from the edges.
Here’s a look at the process again with one of the flowers.
To finish everything off, use glue to attach the center piece to each flower.
Let’s give one a little height!
I wanted one with some height, so I got a dowel and I had my wood guys cut a base that I stained with Au Natural Voodoo Get.
You can get the flower, base and the scalloped riser all from my wood guys by shopping HERE.
Then, I drilled a hole in the flower and the base the size of my dowel. I did not glue them in place because it allows for easy storage, but you could use wood glue if you like. I also painted the dowel rod and the edges of the flower with the same Au Natural Stain as I used on the base. You could paint them with a coordinating paint too just depending on your personal preferences.
How cute did these turn out!
Remember – get creative with the ideas I give you. You could totally paint them or stencil them as well.
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