Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your masterpiece!! Art Club Art Club, Shaving Crayons, Crafts Ideas, Colors Pattern, Melted Crayons, Crayons Art, Canvas, Crayon Art, Wax Paper
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melted crayon canvas - an overall easy project. I had a bit of trouble getting the monogram sticker I cut to stick, but it still turned out really well. I tried using a hair dryer (which was apparently past its prime), and after struggling with it I got out my embossing gun and that worked like a charm.
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!
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.
Show your love in buttons with this one-of-a-kind wall hanging. As with all my button creations, I do not use glue. Each button is sewn into place by hand. I then attach the fabric and button letter to a 5"x7" canvas and join them together. This wall hanging measures approximately 10"x14".
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?