DIY prints on canvas Materials: painting canvases, MOD podge, exacto knife, acrylic paint & photos, of course. Paint the edges of your canvases. Remember to cut in so you do not see any white under your photo.Use MOD podge and cover your entire canvas. Place photo down and let dry. Flip canvas over and trim down the edge of the photos.
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
i think instead i want this quote: "Do not fear for I have redeemed you. I have called you by name; you are Mine." get it, cause monogram?
Alisa Burke (one of my favorite artists) uses house paint primer to create a make-shift canvas out of cardboard boxes. Brilliant! It worked out pretty well! Waiting for another box to get finished to finish my set cod three for our office.
16x20 Canvas Painting- Confetti: Metallic. $81.00, via Etsy... but lets be honest, a great DIY
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!!
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.