1. Draw out your proposed plan on the back of the canvas in pencil. I really liked the design of the original image, so I tried to place my lights in a similar pattern. 2. Start making holes with your paper piercer. I quickly realized that it was a multi-step process in that I first made a hole with the piercer. Then I took the end of a light and punched it through the hole, making it a tiny bit bigger. That allowed me to take the other fatter end of the piercer and make a big hole. 3...
Im Topsy Turvy: Lit up canvas wall decor- Elmers look for less
Make a wish lighted wall hanging project. This is a very easy project. I would love to see this done in something other than black for a child's room or a family room maybe. My brain is going nuts with other options on how this could be made...even with rustic wood instead of the store bought frame. Sweet!
Another Valerie Boy inspired backlit canvas using shapes and painting over the shapes with white paint, then removing shapes. Light shines through where the shapes were.
How to Make Backlit Canvas Art When Michele saw artist Valérie Boy's Féérie Florale, she was struck with inspiration. She wanted to attempt to make a knock off of sorts. The fact that the original is powder-coated metal and stands six feet tall, that didn't dissuade Michele. She jumped right in and adapted to suit the materials available to her and her expertise. Here's… Continue Reading