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Charming Country DIY Welcome Sign

If you're on the hunt for decoupage ideas on wood, this is a lovely, easy tutorial.

Charming Country DIY Welcome Sign
Charming Country DIY Welcome Sign
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Learn how to decoupage with this easy video tutorial for the Charming Country DIY Welcome Sign. If you're wondering how to decoupage on wood, look no further than this easy tutorial. Start by painting the wood with the ever-popular chalkboard paint, which creates a gorgeous effect. Once dry, follow the tutorial for decoupaging a lovely vintage bird cutout to the sign. This would make an excellent welcome sign of course, or a sign to be used in any room of the house. If you're looking for decoupage gift ideas for a friend, this is also a fantastic way to surprise someone.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaint, Paper, Wood

Primary TechniquePainting

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Wood base from Walnut Hollow
  • Black chalk paint
  • Ultra matte chalkboard finish decoupage
  • Foam brushes
  • Bird image
  • Scissors
  • Chalk board marker

Instructions for Making the Project

  1. Paint a coat of black chalkboard paint onto the wood.

  2. Cut out bird image.

  3. Once paint is dry, decoupage bird onto the chalkboard.

  4. Add your message with the chalkboard marker – and enjoy!

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This design project for a Charming Country DIY Welcome Sign can be stretched by use of imagination. Any piece of wood can be used so it does not have to be "country" but modern and used as a memo board. This would be a great asset at my computer desk when I need to jot down something and only need it a while.

I completed a few projects with the chalkboard paint and I have a little left in the container. I think I will make these and give them as gifts to the teachers at the elementary school that I volunteer at. The teachers could use this in the classroom or at home.

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