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Children's Cherry Furniture

Children's Cherry FurnitureThis adorably painted Children's Cherry Furniture is a perfect fit for any child's room. The cherries bring out the innocence. Using acrylic paints and wood material you can make this a DIY project for the bedroom. If you're looking for bedroom decorating ideas but don't want to break the back, this DIY furniture craft is perfect. Be sure to add personal touches and little details that make your pieces one-of-a-kind. Nothing says creativity like homemade furniture, so start with these bedroom furniture designs and then move on to other rooms in your home.



  • Crafter's Acrylic
    • DCA01 - White
    • DCA22 - Bright Red
    • DCA47 - Black
    • DCA51 - Yellow Cornmeal
    • DCA104 - Holiday Green
  • Triple Thick Gloss Glaze
  • Americana Brushes
    • DBL1580-B - Script Liner #10/0
    • DBF2575-B - Flat 3/4"
    • DBF3012-B - Shader #12
  • DecoArt Brushes - DS23 - Easy Cling Brush (3)
  • Wood letters for name
  • Small wood chair
  • Small wood cradle
  • Water container
  • Paper towels
  • Tracing and transfer paper
  • Pencil
  • Masking tape
  • Fine sandpaper and tack cloth
  • Ruler




  1. Sand wood pieces lightly and wipe with tack cloth.
  2. Adjust patterns to fit surfaces.
  3. Use ruler and pencil to measure and draw 1" border around back of chair.




  1. Paint chair Yellow Cornmeal. Let dry.
  2. Mask off stripes on sides of chair with tape. Paint stripes Bright Red using 3/4" brush. Remove tape. Let dry.
  3. With #12 shader brush, paint border around back and edges of chair Bright Red. Let dry.
  4. Paint cherries using pouncer brush and Bright Red. Use script liner brush and Holiday Green to paint stems and leaves. Let dry.
  5. Use script liner brush with Black to outline cherries, stems, and leaves.
  6. Paint wavy lines on stripe edges using liner brush and Black. Highlight cherries with White. Let dry.



  1. Paint entire piece Yellow Cornmeal. Let dry.
  2. Paint both ends inside with Bright Red using 3/4" brush. Let dry.
  3. Mask off stripes on outside ends with tape. Use 3/4" brush and Bright Red to paint stripes. Remove tape. Let dry.
  4. Use pouncer brush and Bright Red to paint in cherries. Use liner brush to paint Holiday Green stems and leaves.
  5. With a liner brush outline cherries, leaves, and stems in Black and make wavy lines on stripes. Use White with liner brush to mark highlights on cherries.



  1. Paint letter faces using #12 shader brush and Yellow Cornmeal. Let dry.
  2. Paint letter sides Bright Red using #12 shader brush. Let dry.
  3. Use end of brush handle and Bright Red to dot cherries. Use liner brush to paint stems and leaves. Let dry.


FINISHING: Spray pieces with several light coats of Triple Thick Gloss Glaze Spray. Allow to dry completely between coats.


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I got a kiddie cabinet with unique doors at a href="http//"http//, is there any kind of knitted materials than can glue on the cabinet instead of using decals or wallpaper?

Hi Member 9072283! I don't see why not! I would suggest using different materials to attach the knits, however, since it is a different texture. You might want to explore all the different kinds of mod podge available or even try folding the edges over and using a hot glue. For more DIY projects dealing with furniture/the home, check out our friends over at! They're experts on those types of projects. :) Thanks for the comment and good luck! - Kaylee, Editor of



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