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  • Viola Cleary

    chevron art - doing this. 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila!

  • Angie Mangone

    DIY ART: 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila!

  • Krysta Rowe

    1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila! >> Super cute! Fun family project! #diydecor #wallart

  • L Pepsss

    DIY wall art: 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape I would do this in a chevron pattern.

  • Bianca Melling

    DIY canvas art. Love! 1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila! >> Super cute! Fun family project!

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1) Paint the canvas all crazy like 2) Use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) Paint over the canvas in white 4) Remove tape and voila! >> Super cute! Fun family project!

1) paint the canvas 2) use painter's tape to create a herringbone pattern with some missing 3) paint over the canvas in white 4) remove tape

This was easy. And you know it had to be fast for me to actually do it! I would say mix the acrylic paint with a little bit of water- I didn't do this until the very end and the paint was much easier to work with. Love this! Pin-Win for sure!