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1  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Paint Chip Art on: March 28, 2009 12:39:49 PM
I am wanting to create the following 2 pieces of art  Roll Eyes but I am new to crafting.  I have paint chips already cut into the little squares, about 1x1 in.  I am just unsure of the best way to glue them down, I noticed people having problems with them curling up on other posts, as well as what is the best type of background to use?  My original idea was to use a canvas, but i thought there may be a better material?  I had already figured on using something (a varnish?) to paint over the completed project when I'm done, but not comletely sure of what and how lol..  any tips, ideas, and suggestions will be VERY helpful since I'm a newbie to all this lol Grin


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