Use ANY canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove Decals; hang white lights behind it. Sprays Painting, Diy Hanging Light, Removal Decals, White Lights, Night Lights, Blank Canvas, Christmas Lights, Hanging White, Apply Stickers
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• Paint a stretched canvas from an art-supply store in your desired color. • Plot out your design in pencil on the back, keeping dots a half-inch apart. • Gently press an awl through each dot in your design to make a hole slightly smaller than the diameter of the bulb. • Press a bulb into each hole; secure each with craft clue.
16x20 Canvas Painting- Confetti: Metallic. $81.00, via Etsy... but lets be honest, a great DIY
Use ANY canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove Decals; hang white lights behind it....this is wicked awesome! This would be an awesome unconventional night light for a kids bedroom.
“Féérie Florale” was a six-foot-tall rectangular piece of white powder-coated metal out of which Valérie Boy had hand-cut a spray of flowers. She strung waterproof Christmas lights on the backside of the piece, which looked like a carved sculpture by day, and a poetic constellation of glowing flower-fairy lights (or stars from across the room) by night.
Here is a really cool DIY wall art idea. A canvas with lighted branches and moss is perfect way to bring some nature and light into your interior. To make such canvas besides lighted branches you’ll need a bundle of sticks, a bag of moss, green canvas paint, canvas molding paste, paste spatula, a paint brush, E6000 glue and a staple gun. From Shelterness.
Another pinner said, "Just need a round foam paintbrush - Did this for my bathroom! Used all the grey colors from the walls and a green, pulled from the shower curtain. Super simple and turned out perfect! I would use teal instead of yellow." Rhonda: Mom for your grey bedroom!!