Create your own DIY Decoupaged Kitchen Décor using beautiful decoupage rice paper and farmhouse style wood cutouts!
Today’s project is the perfect accent for those who love country or farmhouse style décor. I’m going to show you how to make Decoupaged Kitchen Décor using some fun farm themed cutouts and pallet wood inspired rice paper. Let’s get started!
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Supplies you’ll need to create your own decoupaged kitchen décor:
- Large Ear Tag Door Hanger
- Small Cow Head
- Fluff Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Pallet Wood Pattern Premium Decoupage Rice Paper from Belles and Whistles
- Dixie Belle Clear Coat Satin
- Chocolate Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Tobacco Road Gel Stain by Dixie Belle
- Foam Brush
- Paint Brush
- Sand Paper and/or Palm Sander
- Flowers, Greenery and Raffia
- Gorilla Super Glue
Begin by painting the surface of the Large Ear Tag Door Hanger with the color Fluff from Dixie Belle Chalk Paint.
Once you have achieved the coverage you want, let dry.
Now, let’s decoupage using the Premium Decoupage Rice Paper!
The process of adding a decoupage accent to wood is pretty simple. Here are the steps you’ll follow:
First, add a layer of clear coat to the entire surface.
Then, place your decoupage rice paper on the surface.
For this project, you’ll need to grab a second piece of the rice paper to finish out the top of the tag.
At this point, If your piece is not straight or has wrinkles, you will have a bit of time to move it around and make it smooth as you work from one side to the other.
Finally, add a layer of clear coat on top.
Once the clear coat is dry, use sand paper to remove the excess paper from the edges of the tag. I left mine overnight to make sure it was completely dry before sanding.
Next, let’s add paint to the Small Cow Head.
Begin by painting the entire surface with the color Fluff.
Once dry, add a dry brush layer of the color Chocolate. You aren’t looking for full coverage with this layer.
Once your layers of paint are dry, use a palm sander to distress.
When you are finished sanding, you will be left with a pops of white peeking out from under the brown.
Next, add Tobacco Road Gel Stain over the edges of the cow head to give them a bit of color.
You can see below how the Tobacco Road added some brown accents to the top of the cow’s head and ears.
Once dry, add Clear Coat over the surface to seal everything in.
Finally, it’s time for embellishments!
I added a raffia bow, florals and greenery to mine. You can also add jute for hanging.
To wrap up the project, glue the cow head to the center of the tag.
Here’s the finished look ready to hang on a door or on the wall.
You can also display it on a stand as I did here!
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