DIY Wall Art Bubbles by Mr. Handsomeface Blog

This DIY Wall Art from Sara at Mr. Handsomeface Blog just may be the most awesome DIY we’ve seen in a long time! It’s super easy, super cheap, and super awesome looking! We’re so glad Sara agreed to let us share it with you!

What You’ll Need:

  • a stretched canvas
  • big paint brush
  • scissors
  • white acrylic paint
  • Mod Podge
  • tissue paper in primary colors

Now Let’s Get Crafty…

step one – give your entire canvas a good coat of white paint

step two – cut out 3 circles from your tissue paper while you wait for your canvas to dry

step three – experiment with layout! make sure the canvas is dry first!

step four – once you decide where the first circle will go, spread a thin coat of Mod Podge on the canvas and carefully place the circle into position. Smooth out any air bubbles and wrinkles with your brush as you go.

step five – carefully add another coat of Mod Podge over the circle. emphasis on carefully because the paper will rip very easily!

step six – repeat steps four & five with the next two circles

step seven – wrap the edges of your circles around the canvas and seal them down with Mod Podge. again be careful not to rip!

step eight – give the whole thing one more coat of Mod Podge to seal it up

Let it dry and tah-dah! You now have some fabulous new wall art!

A big thank you to Sara of Mr. Handsomeface Blog for coming up with this super cool DIY and allowing us to share it with you! To check out the original post and all of the quirky goodness Sara has going on visit Mr. Handsomeface Blog!

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