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I adore Josef Frank textiles and furniture but since my budget does not allow for buying furniture via Christie's Auctions, I always just figured owning one of his decoupage dressers would remain a dream. But the more time I spend reading all these wonderful and crafty blogs I am learning so much and excited to try some for myself! If you want to see the ultimate resource for mod podge fanatics, you have to check out this really great site, the Mod Podge Rocks Blog.
STEP 1: Go to your local craft store or scrapbooking store, and pull some of your favorite papers.
I have tons of fabrics in the attic which was left over from our reupholstery business, and I wonder if I could use these for the tree itself, not just the leaves? I would think that if you use wallpaper paste instead of the modge podge, it should be easy enough to remove.
For me its the contrast of the pretty fabric patterns and colours and being against the pink wall it really is so inviting and whimsical! This filing cabinet image above really inspired me because we had the exact same one before we moved and it was always a cold metal eyesore.
Just scroll the pages of the Project Nursery gallery, and you’ll see all kinds of trees in different sizes and shapes!

I brought fabric swatches of the bedding I was coordinating the tree with and grabbed a mixture of printed, solid and glittered papers (everything needs a little sparkle)—anything that was in the same color family that I thought might look cool together.
I would love to do this, but we are military and live in base housing and when we move out the walls have to be returned to their original state. I have no small children, but this may equate to a soccer logo in a teens room or something quilty in my sewing room!
If you can tear paper, you can accomplish this tree—and just to prove it, here are a few simple steps on recreating the same look in your own home! It’s better to have a variety of colors and styles than to stock up on one print, so go for it, get creative and just grab one of each paper you like. So put those hands to work, and just tear down the sheets, making each branch the thickness and length that works for you.
I tried to do the main branches first, and then filled in with the smaller branches as needed. You could add rows of rhinestones to the branches, use fabric for the leaves, add birds, butterflies…whatever your imagination can dream up!
With a quick trip to my favorite local craft store, I grabbed some of my favorite scrapbook papers, some simple tools, and in a few hours this very cool tree grew right out of my imagination!

Once you have the torn piece ready to go, just slather on the Modge Podge to the back with the paint brush, and press it against the wall.
I remember a LONG time ago (please dont’ make me try to remember the YEAR!!), I remember seeing a whole wall done with fabric and they used liquid starch.
That way you know the approximate height of your tree, and you can make sure you give yourself a good base to work from. The glue is super sticky, so it will attach right away, but it will still be moveable if you don’t like your first placement.
I thought I would share that for everyone asking the questions about how to get modpodge off the wall.. If you start from the floor, there’s a good chance your tree might grow crooked, but if you’re more comfortable with that, then go for it!

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