Once they're painted, set them aside and allow to dry.
Set the wood round on top of the foam cushion and draw a circle around the wood round with a marker.
Cut out the circle you just drew on the foam. You can use a serrated knife for this or a small saw if you wish.
Glue the foam cushion to the top of the wood round.
Cover the cushion with cotton batting. Wrap it around so that there is a good 1/2 or so that tucks under the wood.
Place your wood round and cushion down on the Mongolian fur and pull the fabric around both of them.
Staple the fur and the batting to the wood round the entire way around.
Drill 4 pilot holes into the wood round for the legs to go in. Make sure they are spaced evenly.
Screw the legs into the holes you drilled making sure they are nice and sturdy.
Decide where you want to place the stool in your home.
You may need to detach the bottom from the upholstered part using a drill.
Cut the skinny end off each tie and wrap the wider end around the bottom of the cushion.
You can also use hot glue to avoid the ties shifting around.
Make sure ties are pulled taught and then secure them on the underside of the cushion.
Hot glue the top to the center of the footstool.
If you don't find the old holes, it's OK to drill new ones.
Give your wooden furniture a new life.
Make sure its smooth and ready for the next step.
This stool was prepped and spray painted lime green.
This project is using the Summer Blossom Wall Art Stencil.
Remember to brush off any excess paint on a piece of paper towel.
Use a removable spray adhesive to hold the stencil in place.
Please note: Too much paint will cause the design to bleed.
You can paint a yellow center in the middle of the blossom.
Remove the stencil carefully before you paint dries.