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This week’s design is a perfect one for some quick DIY art. Here I took a store-bought primed canvas and turned it into a bright and cheery home decor piece with a little acrylic paint, vinyl, and my CAMEO. Start by selecting your background color palette. I wanted my colors to look like a sunset I’d recently seen, so I chose blues, purples, pinks, and oranges out of my acrylic craft paint stash. Paint your canvas with a coat of gesso if it has not already been primed. Then paint broad...

Wall art decors add style to any room. Nothing makes a house feel more like a home than a creative wall art display. Black and white wall painting goes great with anything.

Keep taking chances - Playing in my art journal with a mix of distress inks, neocolor2, PanPastel and Dylusions acrylics @artfromtheheart_uk @caran_dache

Tracy Scott - Playing in my art journal with a mix of distress inks, PanPastel and Dylusions acrylics

Maybe try this with yellow trees

I LOVE the brush strokes that go into creating the perfect waterfall effect in this piece. The uneven, yet balanced colours and tones create a pleasing asymmetry to the piece. I also love the minimalistic approach in colours.

Learn how to paint stalk flowers, diasies, and thistle using a small palette of FolkArt paints and just a few brushes with Donna Dewberry's acclaimed "One Stroke Painting" technique. This step out specifically shows the step-out for the One Stroke Daisy

Learn how to paint stalk flowers, diasies, and thistle using a small palette of FolkArt paints and just a few brushes with Donna Dewberry's acclaimed "One Stroke Painting" technique. This step out specifically shows the step-out for the One Stroke Daisy

1. Tape geometric shapes with painter's tape 2. Paint inside them with acrylic paint 3. For the glitter, use mod podge for the base an then add glitter on top. 4. Wait for it to dry completely and remove the tape. 5. Paint mod podge over the top for a good finish. If you did glitter, use a finishing spray or hairspray will work the same way.

DIY canvas Tape geometric shapes with painter's tape Paint inside them with acrylic paint For the glitter, use mod podge for the base an then add glitter on top. Wait for it to dry completely and remove the tape. Paint mod podge over the