Deer Silhouette wall art in an Afternoon
you Want to a deer silhouette canvas on your wall? This is EASY! You can art this simple deer-head-silhouette-wall-pieces in one afternoon.skills Required: beginner. I’d recommend practicing with a Mod patchwork on a piece of wood before you try this project, just so you can become familiar with decoupage technique.The good news is that this project is really easy, so you shouldn’t have any problems, make it possible with a little craft experience. You should only pay close attention to the instructions. ‘Tis the season for all things, the deer inspired! Mix and match different colors and textures to highlight your decor. Just choose your favorite scrapbook papers and cardstock.We love simple wall art, here; if you have seen haven’t, our Mod smorgasbord canvas-art-ideas, you must check out this! This is yet another idea that is simple, easy, looks good, and can be reached by children or adults. And you can use it anywhere in your homeDeer SilhouetteEveryone has a different idea of the nature of the deer silhouette you want on your wall Some might want only the head, and some may want a body. Some people want to, could be male or female. My recommendation is that you are looking for, “deer silhouette” online and you will find something you like. You choose a silhouette, print it out and use it as a template. You can also use a hand-sketch based on what you find, make it your own. That’s what I did for this project.of Course, if you have a die cutter, you can choose an image from the library (or upload your own) and cut it out.And you don’t have to stick with a stag; this silhouette wall art is very versatile. You can turn almost any shape into a silhouette and then run the project – that’s what I love about you! Choose your canvasIf you have a screen smaller than 12″ x 12″ or so, it is, in General, you match a piece of scrapbook paper piecing all the paper. This makes it nice and easy to do this project!Having said that, if you want to use a larger area, you have a few options – because technically you can do any size of canvas you. If you want to go, you can larger than 12″ x 12″,:Paint the canvas and not worry about scrapbook paper. You think about painting the canvas a solid and make a great, patterned deer head.Piece of scrapbook paper on the canvas. If you do this, you’ll want to ensure that the patterns actually work together before you purchase the paper – which means to continue, when the paper end-to-end the pattern.Select paper that is larger, to cover the background – such as wrapping paper or large sheets of paper that you can buy from the art stores. All of these are viable options, and I’ve done all of them. If you decide the piece of paper together, you’ll have to remember that you may be able to see the seams, especially if the canvas is too large. I usually just pieces of paper together, if it’s two or three pieces, and I can cover most of the seam. Use Mod hodgepodge formulaChoose your Mod-hodgepodge formula with our guide – and you can also see how the surfaces look when they are dry here.For this project we have used gloss Mod hodgepodge, but it’s no right or wrong answer to what you should use. It all depends on the surface that you’re looking for – it is glossy, matte, satin, or even glitter. The brush stroke Mod smorgasbord is a great formula for adding texture, as soon as the canvas is completed.If you choose, depends on your silhouette wall art to keep it out of the sun when it’s no UV-protection (a sealer or UV-glass). Otherwise it will fade in the long term. Mod hodgepodge won’t protect it. Are you ready to immerse yourself in this silhouette wall art project? Let’s do it!DIY-deer-head-Silhouetteyou’ll findMod hodgepodge gloss square canvas – must:; we used a 12″ x 12″2 piece cardstockRed acrylic paint scissors brush will you Choose the scrapbook paper for your background as well as your canvas. You don’t have to do anything to prepare for it. Instead of the scrapbook paper to the head. Turn the canvas upside down on the paper, and draw the edges with a pencil. you can Use a paper trimmer or scissors to cut along the straight lines. To trim, you do a test fit and more, if necessary. the Outline of the deer silhouette on the other piece of cardboard. Cut it out with scissors and set it aside. Tip: you can also print out the silhouette, if your wall is kind of small – and use the silhouette as a template. paint brush acrylic paint on the canvas edges. Allowed, to dry completely; approximately one hour. Use you Mod smorgasbord to glue the cardstock on the surface. Brush a medium layer of Mod smorgasbord on the canvas and then flatten the paper thoroughly. Let it dry for 15 – 20 minutes. you Give the canvas a second layer, and press with your fingers along the edges to ensure that the paper is completely safe. Let dry. brush a generous amount of Mod smorgasbord on the back of the silhouette and secure on the canvas. Brush a thin layer of Mod-smorgasbord at the top. Allow your deer-head-silhouette to dry completely before viewing it.