How to makeover a chair with napkins

Chairs can be good for more than just a place to sit. Whether in an entryway to set bags on or placed in a hallway to add interest, chairs can serve as their own piece of decor. With a bright paint color and stylish patterned seat, this DIY project will be sure to bring a fun and bold look to any space where it sits.
Have an old chair that needs a fresh new look? Check out the instructions and video to see how you can use napkins to bring new life to a tired piece of furniture.
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Materials
- Old chair
- Yellow paint
- Paintbrushes
- Decoupage medium
- Printed napkins
- Rubber brayer
- Precision knife
Instructions
1. Paint the entire chair with yellow paint. Allow the paint to dry.
2. Paint the seat of the chair with decoupage medium.
3. Place a printed napkin onto the seat of the chair and paint decoupage medium on top of it. Roll the rubber brayer across the napkin to remove any lumps.
4. Repeat step 3 until the entire chair seat is covered with napkins.
5. Cut off any excess napkin that hangs over the edge of chair seat using a precision knife.
6. Allow the seat of the chair to dry completely before using.
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