DIY Spring Mini Wood Riser
Hi everyone! I hope all is well, and you all have been enjoying life. Last week we got some snow. We were able to enjoy time at home, and during this time I decided to work on my next craft. I decided to create a Spring mini wood riser.
This craft is beginner friendly, and I was able to create it around 30 minutes. If you're ready, let's begin creating your very own Spring mini wood riser.
Watch the Video tutorial here!
One mini round chopping board
I picked mine up at Hobby lobby on sale from $7.99 to $4.79
One pack of tissue paper - Mauve floral $ 1.49
Purchased mine at Hobby Lobby
I'm using white, and a light lavender color
Hot glue or E6000- I ended up using my E6000 adhesive
One pack of wood pegs
Purchased mine at Hobby lobby
My total cost for this project was around $7
Start with taking your paint brush and applying a layer of your mod podge onto the top surface of your cutting board.
Next, take your tissue paper, and lay a layer of it on top of the mod podge. Be sure to smooth out any wrinkles, or bubbles that may show up when applying your tissue paper.
Once you lay your tissue paper on top, take your paint brush, and apply a layer of mod podge onto your tissue paper.
Once you have applied your tissue paper, you can take a heat gun, or blow dryer and apply some heat to help with the drying process. Be sure to set it on low heat.
Once your mod podge is completely dry, take your scissors and cut around the outer sections around your cutting board. You want to remove any extra tissue paper around the outer section. You can also use a sanding block.
I used scissors, because I wanted just a little tissue paper around the outer section.
Once you have cut any extra tissue paper, apply some of your mod podge around your cutting board. This will apply any left over tissue paper on the outer section.
Allow the mod podge to completely dry.
Now you're ready to apply your paint. Start off with your purple paint, and apply it around the outer section below the tissue paper. I applied around two coats of paint.
Next, flip your board and apply your purple paint to the bottom side of your board. Be sure to completely cover the bottom surface with your paint.
Set your board aside, and allow it to dry.
Next, take your wood pegs, and apply white paint to fully cover each peg. I used around two coats of paint on each peg.
Once your wood pegs are completely dry, flip your cutting board, and attach them using either hot glue, or any other adhesive of your choice. I used E6000.
Allow the pegs to dry, and once dry you can flip it over.
You're all done! I'm using my mini wood riser for displaying my candles. I'd love to know what you will use yours for. Be sure to leave a comment below letting me know.
Thank you so much for stopping by. I'll see you soon.
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