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Canvas Art Puppy Love

Hello, Friends!  Marilyn here with a very simple art project.

Canvas Art Puppy Love
Here's what you'll need:

Four Small Canvases - mine are 4" square
Cardstock - black and white
ModPodge - or white glue
Paint - I used red
Cutting Machine - Silhouette or Cricut or scissors to cut letters and shapes

Step 1:  Cut out your letters and shapes.  I using the Silhouette to cut mine.  But, Cricut has some great fonts that you can use.  My images are all cut at 2.75".  I also found a cute paw print to use instead of the letter "O".

Step 1:  Cut letters and images at 2.75" in height.

Step 2:  Paint the little canvas squares.  I purchased a package of these 4" square canvases at Michaels before Christmas.  I used red paint and put on 2 coats, drying about 15 minutes between coats.

Step 2:  Paint two coats on each canvas

Step 3:  ModPodge (or glue) the letters and images to the painted canvases.  I put a thin layer of ModPodge on first, then a letter, then a very thin layer of ModPodge on top.

Step 3:  ModPodge or glue letters to canvas

Step 4:  Hang up your art work and admire.  You only need thump tacks to hang.

Step 4:  Hang up your art work.

I hope your enjoyed today's project too. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!

Marilyn ~ SBC Design Team Member

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