When I saw our quirky bathroom in our rental home was a funky green in color, I knew I could either learn to embrace the color or we could keep looking for a different place to live. The latter wasn't really an option because the house is perfect for us in so many other ways, so I decided I had to learn to love our bathroom the way it is and once I decided it was "mermaid" green in color, I knew exactly how I wanted to decorate.
Scrap piece of wood
Paint in white and teal
White paint pen
Stencils / Cricut Explore
Hot Glue Gun
Large Serving Fork or a "Dingle Hopper"
After your wood is sanded, you'll want to paint a thin, watered down layer of white over the whole piece of wood; allowing for a "white-washed" look.
I also went ahead and printed out a little mermaid with her favorite little flounder, because my craft for the mermaid bathroom wouldn't be complete without a mermaid on it... right?
Next, I taped my "stencils" to the piece of wood. I applied a thin layer of the teal paint over the top of each stencil - slowly, making sure I had paint at every angle of each letter and surrounding the mermaid.