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    [Art] Cut out leaf petals from painter's tape and put them on a canvas. Spray paint everything black and peel off the tape... it would look great in bright colors too!

    Shoe box lids, covered in fabric. Cheaper than canvas - very clever!

    neat!

    Thumb tacks! Print out the font you love and trace it on a canvas (wall, furniture ...) and then pin.

    wrap canvas with fabric and staple on the back

    Cut designs on contact paper, spray with frosted glass paint, remove decal

    Painters tape (for the rose), a blank canvas, and the color of your choice!

    Re-purpose those florists' vases and brighten up a room. So easy!

    *I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a dollar), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer. Done!

    All You Need Is Love printed on canvas. No need for framing! Modern canvas art for your walls with a bold typography look in bright orange, hot pink, lime green.

    Create fun patterns with painters tape to make any room more dynamic. Be sure to wait for the paint to dry completely before carefully peeling off the tape. Then enjoy your beautiful new design!

    just grab a yard of your favorite fabric and a few different size canvas and staple... EASY!!

    EASY DIY Photo Frames. Gonna try these for sure. Debating between wood and canvas... love her blog though--I've done a few of her projects.

    How to make $12 floor candlesticks... Buy newel posts (for the end of stairs) or bedposts from Home Depot, cut to size, place in fence post toppers (ones with a flat top) - making sure they are level, and then spray paint them. Pretty awesome!

    Apothecary Jars made from spaghetti sauce jars, spray paint lid and add knob.

    DIY Canvas

    Silver Leaf effect with rub and buff product.

    They didn't provide instructions to achieve the end result, so I'll fill in the blanks: *paint entire canvas (the color you want the leaves to be) * place leaves over the canvas and spray paint the desired background color (lighter than 1st color, ideally - they used gold or white, etc) * Use a line brush to hand paint stems in desired color. (my best guess)

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

    DIY update classic pottery with some neon spray paint