Hand Stamped Citrus Wall DIY

Citrus Wall Stamp DIY

Citrus Wall Stamp DIY

Over the summer the husband and I gave one wall in our kitchen a makeover. Our home is lacking in the storage department, so we created a Mini Pantry with a tiny (so tiny) nook in the kitchen (with the help of Home Depot). It’s perfect! It added much needed storage for pantry items we use daily, and we built 3 small cupboards above the pantry to hold any items we use less often.

In addition to the extra storage space, the new addition to the kitchen has made the space so lovely and added a bunch of color to the room! It makes me smile each time I see it. My favorite part is the new Citrus Stamped Wall paint job. I was originally inspired by this citrus stamped wall on the A Beautiful Mess blog, and I really wanted my own version in my home.  I made the stamps out of insulation foam, an X-acto knife, a dremel, and using the citrus illustration I made as a template.

Note: if you want to see our mini pantry DIY, head on over to the Home Depot Blog to check out the full DIY.

Citrus Wall Stamp DIY

Supplies:

  • insulation foam (there are smaller sizes at Home Depot)
  • x-acto knife
  • mask
  • pen
  • Citrus Stamp Printables
  • optional: Dremel
  • two orange paint colors (one light colored orange, and one darker orange)
  • one green paint color (one green of your choice)

Directions:

STEP 1:
Print out the free printables I provided.
Note: if you’d like the citrus to be smaller, you can adjust the scale before you print.

STEP 2:

Place one citrus shape over the foam, and trace it with a pen. This will hopefully leave an indent in the foam. Remove the paper and trace the indents with your pen (so they are easier to see).

Citrus Wall Stamp DIY

STEP 3:
Let’s start making that stamp! I used a combination of an X-acto knfe and Dremel to make mine. You don’t have to have a Dremel, but it really helped me. You’ll be cutting out any white space from the printable.

Repeat the above step for the remaining stamps.
When you’re done making the stamps, use the X-acto knife to cut a few lines into the stamp shape. This helps prevent the stamp from suctioning onto the wall when it’s wet with paint.

Side note: You don’t have to use all of the stamps, I didn’t. It all depends on your taste.¬†

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STEP 4:
Start with the solid full orange and sliced orange stamps (using the lighter orange color). Let them dry completely.

Citrus Wall Stamp DIY

STEP 5:
Use the darker orange to stamp the orange outline.

STEP 6:
Use the green paint to stamp the leaves.

You’re done! Enjoy your hand stamped citrus wall.

Citrus Wall Stamp DIY

– Chelsey

I was not paid for this post, but I was provided with store credit to create our mini pantry. Head on over to the Home Depot Blog to check out the full Mini Pantry DIY.

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