In this post, I’ll guide you through the step-by-step process of creating a stunning wood round using affordable peel and stick wallpaper from Dollar Tree.
Discover how to achieve a professional-looking finish without the need for expensive materials or specialized tools. Get ready to unleash your creativity and elevate your decor as we delve into the world of peel and stick wallpaper and easy DIY craft project that won’t break the bank. Let’s dive in!
For this DIY craft, you’ll need:
1. Peel-n-Stick wallpaper of choice from Dollar Tree
2. A 10″ wood round from Dollar Tree
3. Paint in two colors of choice
4. A desogned graphic or reusable stencil
5. Faux greenery or florals
6. Small piece of ribbon
7. Hot glue
8. Duck Tape
9. Sandpaper or Electric Sander
The first thing you’ll want to do is pick the peel-n-stick wallpaper you want.
Then grab any wood round you’d like. I used one of these from Dollar Tree.
Remove the jute string from it and lightly sand the surface.
After you dust the surface well, paint the entire thing in the color of choice. I chose white, and used Waverly Chalk paint in the white.
Once dry, take the graphic you’d like or the reusable stencil of choice and stencil it directly in the middle of the wood round. I chose a farmhouse reusable stencil.
You can stencil it with the color paint you’d like or that compliments the color and design of the peel-n-stick wallpaper you are using. I chose Moss Green by Waverly.
Next, you’ll want to cut two strips of the peel-n-stick wallpaper to fit one on the bottom and one on top of the wood round.
Remove the paper on the back of the wallpaper and place one on top of the graphic and one underneath. Press firmly until the wallpaper is fully attached.
Using sandpaper or an electric sander, sand off the edges to remove excess paper and leave a smooth edge.
For an added distressed look, you can also lightly sand the wallpaper design. This is completely optional.
Now you can add any florals or greenery you’d like. I kept it natural and used greenery, but you can use whatever you’d like and whatever coordinates with the wallpaper design. Hot glue them in place.
To finish it off, you can add ribbon to the back to be able to hang it. I used burlap ribbon, looped it, and used hot glue and duck tape to secure it in place.
And that’s it! So easy, inexpensive, and so beautiful!
What do you think?
Don’t forget that you can watch the stp-by-step video tutorial here in this video below! PLUS! three additional DIY crafts using Dollar Tree Peel-N-Stick Wallpaper!
Have fun creating!