Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Easy Decoupage Jewelry Tray

Hello, fellow Mod Podgers! It’s Linda here, from burlap+blue, and I’m thrilled to be here today sharing another tutorial with you all!!!
If I found some simple wooden tablet at Michaels the other day, I knew a coat of paint, some Mod-smorgasbord and a few fabric flowers were all I need to create a chic and cute decoupage jewelry tray (or you can use it for everything, really)! Read on for how-to!
Material:

Mod-hodgepodge
wooden tray
fabric flowers (Martha Stewart brand from Michaels)
foam brush
and
Q-tip (for the points of paint, if desired)

step 1: Choose a color scheme and paint your tray. I loved the red, pink, orange shades in the fabric flowers I found at Michaels, so I went with a lovely clementine orange shade.
step 2: determine the number and arrangement of their flowers. Don’t want to use flowers? Any shape you want, you can mod a be podged in the tray,…a monogram, a bird, a butterfly, anything, really, would work. Add a layer of Mod-pick-and-mix to your tray and your design apply. Let it dry and apply 1-2 coats of sealer.apply br> step 3: add some glam to this piece I picked up to paint, gold craft and painted the edge of the tray. Also, I took a Q-tip and auxiliary points on the inner side of the tray. These don’t have to be perfect!
I've tried to paint a fairly uniform pattern, but you can also paint your points in a confetti pattern for some extra fun!
Allow it to dry, and you’re done! This is a super simple project, but I think it would make a Great gift for a newly-married couple (with the new mono to personalize grams!), for a mother or grandmother for mother’s day, or a fun birthday gift!
thanks for the let me today share with all of you! You will find many tutorials and inspiration on my blog! You have a nice day!

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