Painted Wooden Centerpiece
Beginner | 10 min 33 sec
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A good tablescape needs an eye-catching centerpiece to draw it together. Courtney demonstrates a variety of ways to paint and stylize wooden rounds that you can lay on your table for a pretty presentation. You will learn how to paint and stencil wooden rounds with spray paint, how to create color block designs, and how to use chalkboard paint and add a seasonal message. Mix and match your centerpieces, then complete your table decorations with coordinated votive candles.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Wooden plaque or round
  • Spray paint in a variety of colors
  • Stencil
  • Scrap paper
  • Repositionable spray mount
  • Craft paint in a variety of colors
  • Brushes in a variety of sizes
  • Gloves
  • Optional:
    • Chalkboard paint
    • Chalk marker
    • Chalk
    • Votives
    • Washi tape
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Learn how to:
  • Paint wooden round with spray paint and stencil
  • ​Color block wooden round
  • Paint wooden round with chalkboard paint and add message
  • Decorate votives with washi tape

What you’ll get:
  • 1 HD video lesson you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list
  • Step-by-step instruction by expert instructor Courtney Cerruti
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
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Tammy Jordan
Such a creative imagination, beautiful centerpiece and affordable, how cool is this
October 4, 2022
Kendra Williams
I love the versatility of 'use what you have' when making this type of craft. I also like the bonus craft of votives with washi tape! The options for non-dinner party people (during covid) is especially nice and keeps this craft relevant.
More than 3 months ago
Linda Day
I bought those little wooden rounds recently and couldn't think of an idea to use them. Thanks!
More than 3 months ago