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    Print out a pattern you like, place a sheet of wax paper over it and trace the pattern with puffy paints. When it dries peel it off the wax paper and apply it to permanent surface and leave it or spray paint over it! with clear glass ornaments

    This is REALLY cool!!! All you have to do it get watercolor paper. Then sketch your drawing,outline your sketch in Elmers glue then paint it with water colors! SO fun!

    DIY Canvas Art. Do I use tape? That shouldn't be too hard. I can make that work. White and some other color or a really light color on the back.

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    Way cheaper than buying wooden letters for everything! Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas! (great step by step on how to do this, and which paint works best)

    I love this-- use ANY canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove Decals; hang white lights behind it.

    Canvas DIY Painting Ideas!!!!!


    "Happy Fall Y'all" Burlap Canvas

    DIY Stenciled Canvas Art | Endless Circles Lattice Moroccan Stencil | Project by Refunk My Junk

    Elegant Metallic DIY Canvas Wall Art - Royal Design Studio - Fabric Damask Wall Stencils

    DIY Doily Canvas Picture

    DIY wall art, fabric on canvas or corkboard.

    paint a canvas the colors you choose.put the sticker letters where you want.paint it all black, and then peel the stickers off.

    Wood letters glued to canvas then all painted a solid color

    Fun DIY canvas (inspired by kate spade's confetti dinnerware)

    YES.Lay a world map over 3 canvas (foam core would be cheaper), cut into 3 pieces. Coat each canvas with Mod Podge and wrap the maps around them like presents. Let dry and hang on the wall about 2" away from each other. Then add pins to all the places you've been.

    Canvas art made simple! Draw with pencil, trace with Elmer's glue, paint over and done! Love it!