This is the third post in my series on Ikea hacks: transformations of simple items from Ikea using just paper and glue.
On the right you can see the white plant pot before decoupage and the wallpapers I used: this time I wanted to experiment with wallpaper cut-outs.
The wallpaper was a free (part of a batch of samples from a local D.I.Y. store when I was looking for options for a feature wall) and the other two materials I used were Decoupage glass and porcelain glue (£6.98 for 100 ml) and Satin polyurethane varnish (from £5 for 250 ml from your local hardware store). Keep in mind that both these materials will keep and you will have plenty left to use in other projects.
Next time we’ll move to furniture, and I’ll start by showing you clever ways to upcycle a bedside table from Ikea.