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Do you feel your inner artist? Then it's time to create something for your home decor to make it more personal and special. There are many ideas to realize - signs, gallery walls, different types or art and renovations, but today I want to tell you about something very creative - these are canvas wall art.
If you want to paint, buy acrylic paints and choose a design or image that you like - an abstract, or a landscape, or something else. Not sure about the design? Just draw it on the canvas and if you like do the same with paints. It can also be a quote or just a few words that mean a lot to you. Let the piece dry, frame it, and hang it up.
Another idea for creating photo canvas art - just attach your pictures to the canvas or print them directly on it using special means. Frame and attach to the walls - so easy!
Lack of nature and fresh air? Make trendy botanical canvas art pieces! You'll need a blank canvas, various sheets of paper, glue or spray glue, matte finishing spray, and various hardcover books. Before starting the project, lay out the sheets to experiment with placement. Place books with a plastic or leather coating on top of the fern to weigh it down. The ferns drop their pollen in 24-36 hours. So when you've put the books on top, leave them alone and let them do their thing. When you are satisfied, simply attach them to the canvas with glue. When they are dry, frame them and hang them on the walls.
Canvas signs are a cool way to add cheer to the room. You can cover the entire canvas with blackboard paint and write something, or create your own quotes and words - no more difficult than a wooden sign, but it looks even better.
Do you love sewing? Make an eye-catching embroidery canvas wall art! Choose the yarn of the colors you love and use a pencil to draw lines for stitches. Then start the yarn by following the lines. When you get to the next marked line, you create this cool draped effect. Pull the needle up through the canvas on the line. Then, on the next row, pass the needle back through the canvas. Pull on the thread to loosen it until you get the cloth you want. Then just keep sewing until you get to the next row. Use a good eraser to very carefully remove your pencil lines from the canvas. Second, straighten those draped threads. Voila, you can hang it up!
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