Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Make, Paint Chip art from a rectangular canvas

If you want to, make sure you have a unique canvas-project as a part of your decor, check out these easy to chip paint-type with Mod-smorgasbord.
I bought a rectangular canvas that sat in my apartment corner for quite a while. I had an idea, but this idea has’t stick . . . so then it was just sitting there. Indeed, I believe it was in the trunk of my car for a while before it makes its way into the corner.
And then, as I paint these paint chip bracelets, I realized what I used to do – make-on-chip technique on canvas. It is the perfect size and shape was well (at least for a large faux paint chip).
I was lucky that I had already Stewart, some of number and letter stamps from Martha, to make it a little easier for me. If you don’t, I’ll find some Alternative suggestions. And if you need to paint chip technology as quickly as possible, which I know you do, learn how to do it below.
to Make Paint Chip Art
Collect These Supplies

rectangular canvas
Mod smorgasbord of Satin
Martha Stewart Alpha punch and number Punch
Scrapbook paper, a sheet of white
acrylic paint – three bottles of a base-color (I got turquoise) and then a couple of bottles of white
Four containers for mixing colors
painter’s Band
pencil
tape measure
brush
- tweezers (optional)

measure your screen, and separate into four sections; mark with a pencil.
tape to your marked areas with painter’s Band. Your canvas should be four “ disciplines.” you can prevent the tape seal to the bottom with Mod hodgepodge that, if you want to bleeding.
This is where it gets a little crazy, and as you can see I messed up a little bit. Don’t do what I did. You just want a LITTLE color in each of the four containers. It is directly from the container, and each of the other three white.
a little, a lot more. Mix and test on kitchen paper until you are satisfied with the four colors.
if you are not satisfied with your colors, paint the sections.
peeling between each section, so that the color doesn’t dry on the tape. Allow the paint to dry sections. Then, if you must, use a smaller brush to paint the stripes between the colors. You may not need to. I had to because my screen was dirty from rolling around in the trunk of my car for so long (sad).
Then your entire canvas with a layer of Mod smorgasbord of Satin.
you Use to make your beats, paint the names and numbers. If you need help with a name, look at “to help real” paint chips, you.
If you don’t, beats, you have a few options:

write the names and phone numbers on the use of an oil-based Sharpie (white)
print the name on paper and decoupage them (although you won’t have a transparent background)
buying letter and number stickers in the size and font, you like and attach them to the canvas (you can make Mod smorgasbord of over the top to secure it)
use clip-art and detail with the scissors tool, cut out letters
you are using paint and small letters/numbers stencils

If your numbers and names are done apply Mod smorgasbord on the canvas, then use a pair of tweezers to them down in the correct order. Unless you have a really steady hand, which I don’t. to Dry and then paint the whole thing with the Mod-hodgepodge again.
Hang and admire. You now have chip-art painting hanging on the wall, and you go didn’t even get you to Home Depot, stuff them in your purse and make a run for it. Just kidding!

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