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shoe box tops with paint. The project utilizes a downloadable chevron pattern and a variety of box lids sizes. The best part: the edging on the lids makes them easy to hang on the walls with the help of pushpins or nails!
Paint the buttons with crafts paint; let dry. Apply white acrylic paint to the canvas in vertical brushstrokes. While the paint is still wet, add a few gray lines and blend the colors to create a striated appearance. Tie the buttons to the canvas with twine. Staple the twine to the back of the canvas stretcher frame to secure.
This picture gives me a great idea: frame each continent or part of the globe independently (not really shown here) and hang them in unison...that way you can puzzle them together, draw on the glass with dry erase markers, and many other interactive activities without a cumbersome full size map. Now to find frames that are all the right size! Hang in the home library.
Check your gift wrap drawer for tissue paper in vibrant colors. With the help of mod podge and white acrylic paint, whimsical wall art with a circular motif can be yours!