How to decoupage a tree on the wall.

You’ve seen those fancy wall decals in cool shapes – I like those too. But sometimes they aren’t as colorful as I’m looking for. I love the patchwork look, and it’s perfect for home decor . . . and you can get it with Mod Podge. This tree was created with it and paper, and I love how colorful it is. I love it in a nursery, but depending on the papers you use, it could work in a lot of rooms. Visit the tutorial below to learn how easy (and budget friendly) it is to get a tree of your very own.

How to make a decoupage tree at Project Nursery

Comments

  1. mijizanine says

    I absolutely love your blog! But…mod podge & I are struggling in our relationship ;-) my projects just aren’t drying. The tackiness stayed on my fabric that was supposed to end up as beautiful earrings, my paper covered Ikea mirrors stuck together after being dry for months. What am I missing???? Someone please help this girl who loves working with her hands!