A few years back, our master bedroom was done in a garden theme; hence this stunning switch plate cover.
All you'll need for this is some scrapbook or decorative paper, snippets of ribbon and dimensional stickers, scissors, and an exacto knife. Oh, and of course, Mod Podge.
Cut your paper just slightly larger than your cover.
Spread your MP over the front of the cover and smooth the paper over it. Now seal the paper with another coat of your decoupage medium.
Cut three strips of ribbon, one an inch longer than the cover. Angle the ends of the other two. Position them so that tne ends of the ribbon will fold under the surface.
Slather on another coat, sealing the ribbon from the front, then the back. I used clothes pins to clamp the ends down while they dried.
While the surface is still wet, add your dimensional stickers.
Tack the exacto knife and carefully cut the holes for your toggles. The wet paper will make this super easy.
Spread one more layer on, and you're done!
I'm adding a little whimsy to our room, can you tell?