Wood Icing's July 4th Wall Art


This Textured Flag was created on outdoor rough cut paneling. I used Wood Icing® Textura Paste and created the rose lace pattern on the red/orange stripes and on the white strips I used a Rose stencil for the raised relief. We made the stars with a Silhouette Stencil maker and created the raised stars. The Paint was Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan.
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This textured flag was created on ourt door rough cut paneling with Wood Icing® Textura Paste and Painted was Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan.
wood icing s july 4th wall art, chalk paint, crafts, diy, painting, patriotic decor ideas, seasonal holiday decor
I used Wood Icing® Textura Paste mixed with Barcelona Orange Chalk Paint® and created the rose lace pattern on the red/orange stripes and on the white strips I used a Rose stencil for the raised relief.
wood icing s july 4th wall art, chalk paint, crafts, diy, painting, patriotic decor ideas, seasonal holiday decor
On the white strips I used a Rose stencil for the raised relief.
wood icing s july 4th wall art, chalk paint, crafts, diy, painting, patriotic decor ideas, seasonal holiday decor

Suggested materials:

  • Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan  (Woodicing.com)
  • Wood Icing® Textura Paste  (woodicing.com)
  • Lace  (Fabric store)
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2 questions
  • Ellen
    on Jul 5, 2016

    Such a clever idea! But exactly how did you create the rose lace pattern on the red/orange stripes? Did you press the wood icing/paint mixture through the lace or embed the lace into the wood, or something else? It's difficult to understand the process with just one photo of this. Thanks!

    • Ellen
      on Jul 6, 2016

      Thank you so much for the video! I guess I'm more of a visual learner!

  • Pio5406676
    on Aug 17, 2016

    What did you use for the stars?

    • Wood Icing® Company
      on Aug 22, 2016

      We used our Textura Paste from Woodicing.com. We spread it over a stencil. Pulled off the stencil. Allowed that to dry, sanded it smooth a little the painted it white.

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