Woodgrain (faux bois) Easter Table

I love coming up with a bit of a different concept each year for Easter. You’ve seen my Earthy Easter, Carrot Easter, Egg-stra Special Easter, and Dip-Dyed Ombre Easters in the past.  This year inspiration struck when I saw the new line of stencils from Plaid by blogger friend Amy Anderson of Mod Podge Rocks. She has several on-trend patterns to choose from, but I loved the idea of incorporating the woodgrain on into my Easter decor, giving that feeling of nature, plus a little glittery glam.

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I wanted to keep the details light and fresh so I chose yellow white and orange accents to go with my woodgrain details. I did two projects for this table using the woodgrain stencil. I made napkin rings and a glittery woodgrain vase.

Mod Podge Stencil project

1) I bought a piece of inexpensive PVC pipe and had BSB saw them into pieces 1 1/2″ tall.

2) I spray painted the PVC pipe and a cylindrical vase I had on hand with a buff colored spray paint (w/primer). And let dry.  If you want more of a distinct distinguishable pattern, you should probably allow a full day for the paint to dry. I was in a hurry and didn’t wait that long so my woodgrain is more subtle as some of the glitter stuck to the paint, but I kind of like it this way.

3) The stencil has adhesive and is flexible so it wrapped around my surfaces as I applied the Mod Podge.

4) Add glitter! My husband wishes I hadn’t done this technique, but I love how glitter takes the wood grain look and fancies it up a notch.

For more detailed directions on using the products or project ideas, please visit Plaid Online.

Here are my projects in action.

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I filled my woodgrain vase with some tall sprigs of faux blossoms and pussy willows, almost like a branching tree. If you have blossoming tree sprigs–even better! I clipped a couple of colorful butterflies to the stems.

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My new faux bois napkin holders accent some fun yellow napkins that coordinate with the yellow paper tablecloth.

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Some cool gold woodgrain wrapping paper ties it all together. If I get time before I re-create this table for our actual Easter dinner, I will cut butterfly-shaped place cards and put them in the tines of the fork to add just a little more Spring-time whimsy.

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Comments

  1. What a fun Easter table setting! Thank you Kendra! xo

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