Create farmhouse décor that’s perfect for spring with a simple wooden church cutout, some paint and a Chalk Couture transfer!
Spring is right around the corner and today I want to show you how to use a simple wooden church cutout to create décor that’s perfect for the season. Whether you decide to just paint the church and use it all year long or add a Chalk Couture Transfer for the Easter holiday, this DIY is easy, affordable and so darn cute!
**This post contains affiliate links. If you click on a link and make a purchase, I will receive a small commission from the sale – at NO cost to you! I only recommend products that I love & want to be sure you can find them all super easy!**
Supplies you’ll need to create your own Wooden Church Décor:
- Wooden Church Cutout
- White Cap Silk All-In-One-Mineral Paint – Purchase ONLINE starting March 3rd. Until then, you can find this product at your local DB Retailer.
- Tobacco Road Voodoo Gel by Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Paint Brush
- He Is Risen Floral Chalk Couture Transfer
- Black Velvet Chalkology Paste
- Small Squeegee
This project starts with a raw wood church cutout from Twin Knobs Woodworks. You can find it and lots of other Easter and Spring cutouts HERE!
To begin, paint the entire surface with Whitecap All-In-One Mineral Paint.
Be sure to also paint the sides of the cutout.
Once your cutout is painted, set it aside to dry.
Once dry, use watered down Tobacco Road Voodoo Gel to add distressed details.
I first added details to the edge of the piece.
Then, I used my sponge brush to add some details to the surface.
Before the watered-down Voodoo Gel dried, I used a cloth to rub the stain into the piece to create an aged look.
Next, use the same process as above on the sides of the cutout.
Once the stain you applied is dry, the piece is done. This is a simple way to dress-up the cutout so that it can be used all year long.
Now, let’s dress up the Church Cutout with Chalk Couture!
For this project, I used the “He Is Risen” Transfer and Black Velvet Chalkology Paste.
To start, place your transfer on the surface of the cutout.
Then, add a thin even layer of Chalkology Paste to the entire transfer.
Be sure to scrape away any excess paste and then remove the transfer to reveal the finished look.
As you can see, this simple Wooden Church Cutout can be dressed up with just a bit of paint or made to fit any season with a Chalk Couture Transfer. Either way, it’s a great Spring Farmhouse Décor DIY that anyone can do!
Want more fun and easy DIY home decor ideas?? Find me on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest! Also – be sure to share your finished projects with me by tagging @rusticorchardhome on Facebook and @rustic_orchard_home on Instagram!
If you liked this DIY, you may also enjoy: