Of course I can't just put plain buckets and baskets in my booth. I found some French graphics at the Graphics Fairy. For the bucket, I cut a page size piece of brown package paper and sent it through my printer.
To age the paper, I just dipped it into water and laid it on newspaper sprinkled with instant tea and let dry. I adhered the paper to the bucket with mod podge. I did not put a coat of mod podge over the top.
I tore the edges a little for a more aged look.
I used basically the same process for the baskets, except I used regular printer paper for a lighter color. You can see my full tutorial on aging paper here.
A different graphic on this one.
Once I got these to the mall and freshened up my booth, I got back to work painting my walls at home. I am really loving the change and can't wait to get a little more done so I can show you.
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