First off, I want to give a shout out to a few bloggers that inspired this project. During a Nate Show Challenge we can’t be browsing Pinterest or anything, but we do rely on remembering some cool ideas we’ve seen in the past and are ready to try. Check out Amber’s project that she hand painted or this cool canvas on sale on Etsy for more inspiration.
Ok, now get ready, because this project is so simple that you might miss it if you blink! I didn’t take any process pictures, and I really wanted to steal the artwork from Jess, so I made a new one for myself last night!
Start with a plain canvas. For Jess’ I used an 11×17 and for mine I accidently bought 18×24. During the show, I quickly looked on Google images for a reindeer that I liked and found this picture.
Position it onto your canvas and then pose for a cheesy picture. Okay, the posing is optional, but will make your hubs really happy, especially if you ask him to do it at 10:30pm!
Did I mention it was getting late? Perhaps all the fumes went to my head! Ugh!
After making sure that the template is pretty well sealed down, all you need to do is make a creepy face and spray!
Try to spray from directly above the artwork. Less paint will sneak through under the template. A little bleeding is okay and gives it a pretty cool look though.
I wanted to get the template off right away, so simply peel off to reveal your masterpiece!
Ta-Da! I’m totally in love!
Because I’m a blog slacker, my new artwork is still drying and not ready to be hung on the wall. I’ll put some pictures on Facebook later. 🙂 Darn my procrastination!
So there you have it. Insanely simple artwork that makes a BIG impact!
We know lots of you plan to try this project. When you do, be sure to tag RHBC on Facebook so we can see your handiwork!
P.S. Confession Time: I may or may not have gotten totally sucked into my guilty pleasure (Gossip Girl) while writing this post. Feel free to email if you have any other questions. Bad blogger watching embarrassing shows!
P.S.S. How much do you love this awesome project I just found? Check out her blog and give her some RHBC love!