Mixed Media Tier Tray Home Decor/Nicole Martel

Good morning friends! Today I'm sharing a few pieces I created for my tier tray this month using some papers from the Herbarium Collection. It's super cute and I hope you like it!

While these wood crafts look simple, I can assure you, a lot of love and time went into each piece. :) To begin, I cut the patterned paper so that it would fit within the frame and then adhered it using Mod Podge. 

Then, I traced the pumpkin wood chips onto the patterned paper and cut them out. This process took a bit of thinking because I wanted certain flowers... LOVE this paper! It is my absolute favorite.

Next, I used Matted Glue to adhere the paper to the wood chips. Initially, I was going to use the blue backing for the frame and then I changed my mind... Here are all of the pieces. You can see how I cut the flowers to fit properly. Aren't they lovely?

I glued them all together and added some string to one of the chips.

To complete the piece, I cut the "fall vibes" strip from patterned paper and mounted them to the pumpkins using foam squares and then I added a few gems. I just love how this piece turned out!

For the next piece, I painted all of the pieces using a light brownish/gray acrylic paint and let the pieces sit to try.

While this was trying, I carefully traced the patterned papers to the tiny pumpkins and then I cut them out.

Next, I glued the pieces together using a Matte Gel Medium.

Before assembling the pieces together onto a 4x4 wooden block that was covered with patterned paper, I added gold glitter all over the wood chips to add a bit of shimmer. Then I glued all of the additional pieces together for the truck.

I had so much creating these pieces and I hope you found this post inspiring! I try to create different things for our fans to give you different ideas on how to use Studio Forty's products! 

Thank you for visiting today!

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