You’re going to love this Easter Kitchen Décor Idea that uses only a few budget-friendly items from Chalk Couture!
Today I’m going to show you how to create a quick Easter Kitchen Décor piece that is sure to bring some Spring cheer to your home. This DIY is pretty simple and comes together with only a few items. Let me show you how to make your own!
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Supplies I used to make this adorable Easter Kitchen Décor:
- Decorative Cutting Board
- “Rabbit & Co, Sure To Grow” Transfer
- Chocolate Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Fluff Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Black Velvet Chalkology Paste
- Bright White Chalkology Paste
- Watercolor Pencils
- Small Squeegee
- Painter’s Tape
- Matte Clear Coat Spray
- Water Wipes
For this Easter kitchen décor idea, I started by using brown paint and a water wipe to create a stained look on the cutting board.
Just load some of the brown paint onto the wipe and rub it on the areas you want to appear stained.
Pro Tip: I prefer the Water Wipes because they generally do not have any lotions, which is best for my faux stain look with paint.
Once dry, I taped off a rectangle shape in the center of the cutting board and used the same technique to add white paint.
You can see how the white paint applied with the wipe creates a transparent look.
While that was drying, I finished up the sides with some brown paint and the same water wipe technique.
Once the surface was dry, I applied the transfer to the white center portion of the board.
Then, I used black paste to add the transfer details shown below.
Next, I mixed a bit of black and white paste to create a gray colored paste for the remaining portions of the transfer.
When using Chalkology Paste, add a bit to your squeegee and spread evenly across the transfer. Be sure to remove excess paste with the squeegee and then peal back the transfer to see your finished product.
Now you can totally leave it like this…looks nice right? But I’m not done yet.
I sprayed the entire surface with a satin clear coat. When choosing a clear coat, satin or matte is best for this type of project. Once dry, I grabbed those water color pencils I used a few weeks back.
Then, I used the watercolor pencils to add more details to the design!
After coloring in the areas with the pencils, use a wet paint brush to activate the watercolor look.
Here I mixed the white and pink to get a very light pink berry.
At the last minute, I decided to add a bit of grey to the font too. These pencils are so fun!
This is my final look! Feel free to add as many or as few details as you like.
Here are a few other ideas from Chalk Couture! This transfer design will take your from Easter to Spring making it super budget friendly.
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