Wooden Easter Basket and a Transfer

10:12 PM

I thrifted an adorable wooden basket today...

Wooden Easter Basket and a Transfer www.homeroad.net

and made it even better by painting the
center strip with Old White
Annie Sloan chalk paint.

Wooden Easter Basket and a Transfer www.homeroad.net

I printed out a French candy image from the 
Graphics Fairy in reverse.  Using Modge Podge
I coated the printed side of the paper. I let it dry
completely then wet the paper slightly and rubbed off
the paper leaving the image on the basket. 

Wooden Easter Basket and a Transfer www.homeroad.net

Don't rub too hard at the end or you may rub off
parts of the image.  When it dried again you could
still see a slight film of paper. I wet it and gently rubbed off the remaining film. I dried the image then distressed the 
painted stripe then gave the whole center stripe a 
coat of matte varnish.

Wooden Easter Basket and a Transfer www.homeroad.net

To me... it is the perfect 
Easter Basket.

Happy Easter Everyone!

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  1. What a cute basket! For Easter and so many other occasions. I'm anxious to try your Mod Podge transfer technique, I think that's the only one I haven't tried yet!

  2. What a great basket, Susan! I love the scallops on it. Love the image you chose. It came out great! Happy Easter!

  3. yes - I'd call that perfect too. Haven't tried the image transfer thing yet... good for you!

  4. This is the prettiest Easter basket I've ever seen! Love it! Have a happy and blessed Easter.

  5. Susan, that is the best Easter basket I have seen this season, wonderful!

  6. Love it~~ I must have missed your post on the mod podge technique... going to search for it now. Happy Easter!!

    1. Don't search JoAnn... the complete DIY is in this post ;)


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