Kwanzaa Decoupaged Kinara

Materials
Pine (2″ x 1 5″ x 4″)
Decorative paper or fabric (1 5″ square)
Decoupage medium
Coordinating acrylic paint

General Supplies & Tools
Pencil
Scroll saw
Drill and W bit
Craft scissors
Paintbrushes
Brayer or large dowel
Craft knife

Instructions
1 . Enlarge Kinara pattern to desired size and copy onto pine. Using scroll saw, cut out wood. Center and drill seven W deep holes in top of holder.
2.  Cut paper or fabric slightly larger than side of candle holder. Brush liberal coat of decoupage medium onto one side of candle holder, then gently apply paper. Roll with large dowel to smooth and remove any air bubbles. Brush decoupage medium over top of paper and let dry. Using craft knife, trim excess paper from edges. Repeat process for other side, ends, and top of candle holder.
3.  Paint grooves and bottom of candle holder with coordinating acrylic paint.

2 thoughts on “Kwanzaa Decoupaged Kinara

    • I would love for you to share your creation with us. If you would like to write up a little about it (how to/history) I would be happy to give you a link with your article to your blog or other site if you wish. I always am more than happy to add guest writers.

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