3 Easy Farmhouse Decor DIY Project Ideas

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Three Easy Farmhouse Decor DIY Project Ideas

I’m visiting my son, mom, and sister in New Mexico, so I finished three easy farmhouse DIY project ideas to share with you while I’m gone.

First up are some easy decorative farmhouse style plates that can be made in about 15 minutes, including clean-up time.

Affiliate links to my shop are scattered throughout the projects to make it easy to find the resources you’ll need if you want to make any of the projects.

15-Minute DIY Decorative Farmhouse Style Plates!

I got the plates at an auction.  They came in a huge lot of plates that I bid on, but these plates I never used or really wanted.  I’m not sure why I’ve saved them all this time, but now I’m glad I did!

I simply attached one of the adhesive-backed Chalk Couture farmhouse transfers to each plate, applied Chalk Couture Ink to the edge of the transfer, and used a squeegee to swipe the paste across the transfer.  I pulled each transfer off the plate, rinsed the paste off the transfer to clean it off, and let the ink air-dry.

I used my craft heat gun to set the ink, and they were finished.

15 Minute DIY Decorative Farmhouse Style Plates! | knickofime.net

15 Minute DIY Decorative Farmhouse Style Plates! | knickofime.net

15 Minute DIY Decorative Farmhouse Style Plates! | knickofime.net

15 Minute DIY Decorative Farmhouse Style Plates! | knickofime.ne

15 Minute DIY Decorative Farmhouse Style Plates! | knickofime.net

I placed the plates on my antique sewing stand beneath my Farmers Market chalkboard and I love the way they look in my entryway!

Chalk Couture DIY Farmhouse Decor Plates by Knick of Time | knickoftume.net

Now on to the next project!

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  1. Terri Hughes says:

    This was a great idea putting transfers on these plates. They look great!

  2. Marlene Stephenson says:

    I love hanging plates and these with transfer is better, have a great time.

  3. Barbara Warner says:

    Angie, I love the plates but I also like the paper plate holder. I’d probably make the plates myself because I could also hang them in a grouping on the wall.

  4. Very cute project! I love your sewing table.

  5. Those turned out beautifully, Angie!

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