DIY Wood Slice Decoupage Ornaments - Made with Holiday Napkins
Beautiful ornaments you can make yourself. Great for your own tree or for giving as gifts.
Author: Amanda Formaro
First, paint one side of the wood round with white acrylic paint. You can paint all the way to the wood slice edge, but I prefer to stop painting at the edge of the ring made by the bark. Let the white paint dry completely.
Peel apart the layers of the decorative napkin, and discard the bottom, unpatterned layer. Cut a small square of napkin, just a bit larger than the wood round.
Apply a layer of decoupage glue over the white paint. Don’t make the layer too thin, or else the napkin paper will bubble and wrinkle. Smooth the small napkin square over the decoupage glue. Smooth out any bubbles. Let the decoupage glue dry completely.
Use sandpaper to gently remove the excess napkin paper, smoothing the edges of the wood round.
Seal the ornament with another layer of decoupage glue, and let dry completely.
Add a piece of twine or ribbon to hang the ornament. You will need to use a pointed object to make a hole through the napkin if your wood rounds already have holes drilled in them.
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