“Home is Where the Pizza is” DIY Doormat

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Home is where the pizza is doormat
Today we’re going to make a project that I’ve been excited about for the past few weeks. This is such a relevant quote and thought it would be perfect on your doormat, especially for our generation. I feel like we honestly feel at home with pizza, even thought it isn’t all that healthy for us. Let me share with you exactly how I made it.
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Supplies : Americana Multi-Surface | Doormat | Stencil | Painter’s Tape | DuraClear Varnish | Foam Brush

Step 1 : Cut your stencil with a die cutting machine or create one with a craft knife.

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Step 2 : Apply your stencil to your doormat.
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Step 3 : Start stenciling with your Americana Multi-Surface paint. Be sure to not have too much paint on your foam brush. When you’re stenciling, less is more. TIP – For the best affect, dab up and down.
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Step 4 : Once your first coat has been applied, go back for a second coat. I especially like to give two coats to textured surfaces.
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Step 5: Remove your stencil and use a detail brush for any touch ups.
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Step 6: Apply your DuraClear Varnish to protect your project from the elements.
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Step 7: Place your mat on your front porch and enjoy some pizza!

Wasn’t this a awesome DIY? I think this idea can be spun off in many different ways. You could add this to a shirt, canvas, or even a banner like this one Courtney created last week.

DIY DOORMAT GRAPHIC

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Hey! I am Tanner Bell. I am 17 years old, and have been producing crafting videos since March of 2010. I'm a Spokesperson for DecoArt and love be able to share fun DIYs with their products. I have so much fun inspiring millennial's to create and hope you enjoy our site.

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