Recently I came across this great wooden pedestal bowl at a flea market. The first thing I noticed wasn’t the bowl. Their was a big cardboard sign stating “Everything on this table only a dollar!.” A buck seriously? I have to admit most of the items on the table were junk, but the little wooden pedestal bowl caught my eye. I had nothing to lose! I had some of the scarf material left, I could use this to decoupage the inside. I had used this same material on a side table in a previous post. I had a vision when it came to this little bowl! First, I primed the bowl with a white latex primer. Once dry I used black acrylic paint and painted the entire piece. Next was the tricky part. I couldn’t measure the fabric for the inside surface of the bowl. Instead I took a larger piece of fabric than I needed and using Mod Podge glued it to the surface leaving the extra fabric to hang over the edges. Once dry I carefully trimmed the fabric and applied Mod Podge to the edges to mold it to the wood. I then sealed it with four coats of Mod Podge applying it to the entire piece. I really liked how this turned out and will be sure to keep my eyes open for any wooden bowls that cross our path in the future!
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