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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. Decor, Ideas, Twinkle Lights, Trav'Lin Lights, Night Lights, Christmas Lights, Lights Poke, Diy Light, Canvases
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16x20 Canvas Painting- Confetti: Metallic. $81.00, via Etsy... but lets be honest, a great DIY
Amen! "You are Loved by God" "God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, King Jesus Christ, that whosoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life"................John 3:16-21
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.
Ohh, I am going to take this idea and tweek it to become 'initial' statement piece Shariene wants for her house! C in the center, m & d's initials one side, kids initials on the other side! ssCkl - this could work!!! and I'll use a drop cloth - so much cheaper! Cannot wait!
“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.
This looks easy enough. I would cover a longer wood piece with fabric to make a multiple hook holder.