I purchased this little wooden plaque with decoupaged country scene at the thrift shop for 50 cents.
I removed the decoupaged picture with vinegar and water in a spray bottle, a scraper and my fingernails too. I scored the picture like you would wallpaper to get the vinegar water under down to the glue. It didn't take too long. I then sanded the plaque.
Here is the plaque painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in "Pure White".
Here is the plaque after distressing with sandpaper. I love how the corner details and edges pop!
I added a Graphics Fairy chocolate image with the Mod Podge Image Transfer Method. I then waxed the plaque with clear wax.
I love adding these Tim Holtz craft embellishments to my projects. I simply glued on this metal key hole with E6000.
An easy and very inexpensive decor piece from an outdated thrift shop plaque.