Presenting: the Lizzy & Erin Woodshop! Y’all, I’m so excited to have these wood cutouts in the store!
Today, I’m sharing the “Hello Lemons” from our woodshop! Come on in and check it out!
Here’s what we are working on today:
Here’s the video link where I made the project!
Lizzy & Erin Woodshop: Hello Lemons
Dollar Tree: chalkboard paint, wood craft frames, two Tumbling Tower game blocks
Debi’s Design Diary DIY Paint: White Swan, Aviary
Walmart: Apple Barrel Pale Daffodil paint
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Let’s get started!
I used a piece of thick scrapbook paper to keep the paint on the edges of the frame. The paint I used is from Debi’s Design Diary, and only needed one coat.
Be sure to paint the sides.
I painted this half-slice wood cutout white, and it will lay on top of a yellow piece.
Here comes the yellow! I just painted all the lemons yellow, leaving the stems to be painted with the leaves. The Apple Barrel is a bit thin, so I used two coats.
Here we go with the green! I used Debi’s Design Diary DIY Aviary paint to cover the leaves and stems.
Here’s where I began gluing the layers.
The lemon on the left and the white slice have two layers. Just a bit of hot glue, and it’s so stinkin’ cute!
It’s time to paint the “Hello” sentiment!
I used Dollar Tree black chalkboard paint to make it pop!
I used hot glue to adhere the “Hello” to the surface. I wanted the lemons to stand out more, so I hot glued two Tumbling Tower Game blocks on the back. (The blocks are similar to Jenga, but much smaller.)
I added a little bit of fabric to the tops of my lemons on both of these projects. You can choose to put Hello at the bottom or the top, and either way it will turn out so cute!
Y’all, this was a fun and simple craft! I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did! Comment below and let me know how you might style your “Hello Lemons” wood cutouts!
Thank you for stopping by,