When I found out that Plaid Enterprises was the sponsor for this month’s Fab Furniture Flipping Contest™ and that we would be using Mod Podge for a decoupaged project I jumped right on board, I already had a project lined up for this technique and what perfect timing, for Mod Podge’s 50th anniversary!
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If Ya’ll follow me on Instagram, and you should. It’s where I share all the behind the scenes shenanigans! You may remember this shot I posted a few months back of a couple of vintage pieces one of my friends picked up roadside for me.
No custom mixes for this project, for the body I used straight Pitch Black Milk Paint mixed with some Extra Bond to prevent this piece from chipping.
For the body, I wanted a deep black, and chose to use some black wax for the finish.
The Top Finish
For the top I wanted a really durable protective finish, so I used a few coats of Pure Tung Oil, followed by black wax just because I love the smooth feel a waxed finish leaves.
Drawers Under Coat
For the drawers I used a lighter color, because the paper was so sheer and I wanted a hint of grey to pop through. Here I used a weathered grey water based stain on the face and pitch black paint on the edges.
Now on to the focal point of this piece…. I found these great napkins in a garden motif, I split the three layers and only used the top layer with the design. Then I coated the drawers with Mod Podge Furniture Formula in Matte, and carefully placed the delicate sheer napkin over the top, not perfect because I wanted an aged distressed look
The napkins ran small so there was some cutting and piecing together. Topped it off with a final coat of Mod Podge.
Finishing The Drawers
After the napkins were thoroughly dry, I lightly sanded the tops to smooth down the wrinkles and distress them up a bit, I prefer a smooth to the touch finish, so I finished them off with some clear wax over the paper and black wax on the painted drawer edges.
Egg Napkin Decoupage
The Fab Furniture Flipping Contest™ is a monthly themed furniture contest often using products provided by the sponsor, The entrants compete for a chance to win a fabulous prize package provided by the month's sponsor as well! Check out all the entries over on the webpage!
THIS MONTHS SPONSOR
- PLAID Enterprises & Mod Podge
The Fab Flipping Contest is helping Mod Podge celebrate their 50th anniversary, and Plaid Enterprises has given the participants a choice of three products to create a fabulous project. What is Mod Podge you may ask?
Crafters everywhere entrust their most treasured decoupage creations to Mod Podge®, the number one, all-in-one glue, sealer and finish! The ultimate in convenience, Mod Podge has been loved by crafters of all ages for its flexibility, versatility and supreme ease of use since 1967. Best of all, it’s waterbase, making clean-up a snap. It’s non-toxic, too—perfect for young crafters.
The Fab Furniture Flippin Contest™ is open only to the entrants who have signed up through the group Facebook page. If you are an active, furniture flippin' blogger, and you'd like to participate in future contests, we'd love to have you! Please contact the ladies at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how!
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