Canvas Quote Painting Tutorial

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3 Pinterest Art DIYs - HGTV Handmade

Make Pinterest-inspired art for your room with these 3 easy DIY techniques. Add cool colors, fun phrases, or motivational and inspirational quotes to really make them your own. Cut out shapes to create geometric typography art, blend hues for an ombre sponge painting, or make a two-toned calligraphy message. Marianne's Calligraphy Tips: https://youtu.be/POP1pcHpVZU?t=3m16s Get more from Meg at: http://www.youtube.com/MegAllanColeCrafts http://www.twitter.com/MegAllanCole http://www.instagram.com/MegAllanCole http://www.facebook.com/MegAllanColeCrafts Check out all of Meg's HGTV videos here: http://bit.ly/1LpaZx2 Follow us on Twitter for even more crafty goodness: http://twitter.com/hgtvhandmade Be sure to subscribe to HGTV Handmade for more great DIY and crafting ideas: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=hgtvhandmade For more HGTV around the web, check out: HGTV YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/hgtv HGTV on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hgtv HGTV on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HGTV

DIY: Easy Canvas Art - Custom Quote on Canvas (Room Decor)

• OPEN ME FOR BROWNIE POINTS !! • "Believe you can and you're halfway there." - Theodore Roosevelt This is my first DIY; hope you like it! LIKE & Subscribe if you wanna see more!! (: Materials Info: - 16x20" Canvas ($10 for 2 @ Walmart) - Acrylic Paint ($1 for 2 @ Michaels) - Sponge brushes (94 cents for 4 @ Walmart) - Mod Podge ($10 @ Walmart) - Scrapbook paper ($1 for 4 @ Michaels) Custom Quote on Canvas Instructions (simplified): 1) Print out desired quote on computer. I used the font called "Bebas Neue" from dafont.com. 2) Cut out letters 3) Cut out 8x10" rectangles of your scrapbook paper (all 4 sheets) 4) Arrange rectangles on canvas to your liking and glue down with Mod Podge 5) Let dry for 10-15 mins 6) Arrange cut-out letters on canvas and tape down 7) Apply 1 layer of paint using makeshift sponge brush applicator. 8) Let 1st layer dry for ~20 mins 9) Apply 2nd layer of paint using a dabbing motion with sponge 10) Let 2nd layer dry for ~20 mins 11) Apply 1 layer (or more if you want) of Mod Podge to finish everything off 12) Let dry completely for ~20 mins 13) YOU ARE DONE!! Hope your canvas adds a nice touch to any boring room or wall! (: Thanks again for watching! & if you decide to recreate any of my recipes or DIY's, then hashtag the picture with #SharonBeMakinStuff on Instagram because I would love to see it!! Cheers, Sharon ♡ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - STAY CONNECTED: ➪ INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/sharonbemakinstuff ➪ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/sharonbemakin ➪ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/sharonbemakinstuff

Crayon Art Tutorial!

Thanks so much for watching! I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial(: ~Please comment, rate, and subscribe~ ITEMS USED: - A Blank Canvas - 64 Pack Of Crayons - A Hot Glue Gun - A Cup - A Blow Dryer - Silhouettes - Scissors (mentioned later) - Paper (or anything to cover your work space) - Tape (to tape down the paper) - Marker (optional) - Quote (if you choose to do the optional thing) SONG: Stop Time by Landon Austin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs8zPa2OqnI FOLLOW MY INSTAGRAM: @maybelaina FOLLOW MY PERSONAL INSTAGRAM: @elainagracee EMAIL ME: maybelaina@gmail.com

DIY Painter's Tape Canvas Art

Spruce up your living space with this easy, beautiful, and funky DIY Painter's Tape Canvas Art! All you need is some paint, tape, and a blank canvas. Artwork can be really expensive so why not try this home project that will help you save some money and add color to your walls. This is a perfect project for a dorm room or anywhere you want to keep white walls. Tell us what you think of this grunge-chic project below! Read our blog version of the Canvas Art for step-by-step instructions: https://www.totalbettysociety.com/blog/fun-weekend-craft-projects What you need: - Acryllic Paint, at least two different colors (Brand we used: Daler Rowney Simply Acrylic; we used purple, green and white) - Masking tape (the blue kind) - Any size canvas board - Liquitex Gloss Medium & Varnish Time for project: - Allow several hours for the paint to dry completely between coats - Total time for project: 1 day Don't forget to like, comment, subscribe and share our videos! Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/totalbettysociety?sub_confirmation=1 Join Total Betty Society and get $10 off your first purchase https://www.totalbettysociety.com/login-and-register See more tips and tricks on our Betty Banter Blog at https://www.totalbettysociety.com/blog If you enjoyed this video you'll love our Fun DIY Painted Pumpkins Fall Decor http://youtu.be/YZPqc13jT4c Let's get social! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TotalBettySociety Twitter https://twitter.com/TotalBettySoc Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/totalbettysoc/ Polyvore http://totalbettysociety.polyvore.com Instagram http://instagram.com/totalbettysociety Blog https://www.totalbettysociety.com/blog Total Betty Society is an online jewelry boutique that offers statement jewelry and fashion accessories. At Total Betty Society we are all about keeping up with the latest trends and helping women incorporate them into their personal style. Let us introduce you to your next must-have piece. Shop now at www.TotalBettySociety.com

Lettering on Canvas

Quick and easy for display or gifts. Supplies used: Acrylic craft paint from Michaels.com (similar to these: http://amzn.to/2pbmkfe) mini canvases http://amzn.to/2oFyYjw Water-based Sharpie paint pens http://amzn.to/2nWunwd *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

Tutorial for canvas quote painting. Please like and subscribe!
Supplies:
*All from Michaels Craft Store
-Brushes
-Pencils/Erasers
-Canvas
-Paint

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