This weekend, create some “super” mixed media art using a great technique described by iheartcooking. All you need is canvases, some old magazines, contact paper, and some paint for the background. You can depict any subject matter you wish, but these Avengers sure do make a powerful statement.
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This weekend, cut up some old magazines and make some colorful wall art! DearBluebird wanted to make some art for her sons’ room, so she gathered some old issues of Game Informer Magazine, punched out colorful circles, and then applied them to painted canvases. A little bit of stenciling really adds interest. What a clever […]
This weekend, dress up your walls with decorated letters. thankyoulocust shares her method for decoupaging unpainted wooden letters purchased from a craft store. Use these colorful letters to spell out a child’s name, spell out a word, or to hang your initials on the wall. What will you do with your letters?
This weekend, celebrate your roots with personalized state wall art. sometimeshomemade made stencils of her home state Iowa, and then placed stars on the cities where she and her husband grew up and fell in love. What a great way to celebrate where you live!
With just a few pieces of paper, scissors and tape, you can create striking and beautiful decor for your home. MsJeshka shared with us her living room adorned with Valentine’s Day Wall Art. I’d love to try this with huge polka dots in vibrant scrapbook paper designs. To see this project on Craftster click here: […]
With a few embroidery hoops, some fabric and a blank wall, you can make a quick and easy focal art piece for your living space. fnur posted these photos of her project, the tutorial and a fabulous hug with her dog (obviously a necessity for happy crafting!). Change the fabric with the seasons, your decor […]