Learn how to made soup sticker wall art easy! It’s inexpensive and unique, and you can do this with little to no crafting experience.
So I was at target not very long, and take note of the special edition, Andy Warhol Campbell’s soup inspired labels. I quiet delight in nights before. I love color and I like modern art in General (like Andy Warhol), so these were particularly exciting.
to show how to canvas-wall-art of these wonderful labels. Here’s how she did it.
Thank you Amy for me here on Mod conglomeration of rocks! I’m Vanessa Punkin patterns, and I’m excited to share with you today a fun art project to share. You can check out some of my other Mod hodgepodge of projects on my blog.
I’m a big fan of art – all kinds, all periods. I’ve wanted to a tribute to Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s soup cans for a while.
I had thrown around many ideas in my head, but’t really done much yet. Now, to mark the 50th anniversary of the artwork, Campbell’s soup came with a couple of colored labels.
Started I with a 8″ x 8″ canvas and painted it a metallic colors (I used Martha Stewart’s Metallic acrylic craft paint in Sterling). The 8″ x 8″ screen is big enough for six labels easy.
Carefully remove the label on the back of the box with a cutter knife. (If you’re not with the can of soup immediately, grab a sharpie and write what it says on the tin.) Carefully cut the labels to the size that you’ll fit on your canvas.
Once you have trimmed your labels, layer a small amount of Mod-smorgasbord on your canvas painted and start the placement of the labels.
Once you’ve all been placed, even adding with a brayer or bone folder, then add another thin layer of Mod smorgasbord of over the top.
Once it’s dry, we’re going to age it with a bit of transparent iron oxide acrylic paint. You mix a little water with a little bit of the color and use a paper towel, apply it on the surface of the canvas in a circular motion. A little goes a long way, and you can set the time according to your wishes.
Once this is dry, add a few more layers of Mod-hodgepodge, so that it can dry completely between coats. And enjoy your modern soup stickers-wall-art!
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