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  • Viola Cleary

    chevron art - doing this. 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila!

  • Regia K Chow

    DIY ART: 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila!

  • Krysta Rowe

    1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila! >> Super cute! Fun family project! #diydecor #wallart

  • Laura Mason

    DIY wall art: 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape I would do this in a chevron pattern.

  • Bianca Melling

    DIY canvas art. Love! 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila! >> Super cute! Fun family project!

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1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila!

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This uses a wooden monogram purchased for about 30 on Etsy (some were running as much as 75), but those of you with vinyl craft cutters could do this on a smaller scale. ~ Michelle McLeod

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Hearts on canvas. I used this as an inspiration for a project with my toddler son. I cut out hearts in different sizes from several coordinating scrapbooking paper. My son then glued them (with my help) onto canvas. I didn't help with placement at all yet the whole project was hang up worthy. It now has a permanent place on my wall.