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20 Easy Glass Painting Ideas (DIY Glass Paint)

Glass painting is a lot of fun. You can paint so many different things using glass paints. Since, glass paints are not only used for making decorative wall arts and frames. You can use them to make calendars, vases, lamps, trays and more.

Hope you like these Glass Painting Projects.

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How to make a beautiful mat of plaits

Beautiful mat of plaits:

Materials and tools.

Scissors are sharp. (If there are a roller knife and mat – will save time and nerves).
Threads are strong – I take with a dolphin, a needle, a thimble.
Any junk, it is desirable, more Jersey – ladies’ and children’s tights, an old favorite T-shirt (ki), which the hand does not rise to throw away – beloved! And only in the beds behind the high fence you can … Smash! Cracked completely! It is impossible and behind a fence!
You can use not too thick sweaters, as well as shirts, trousers (jeans do not recommend), unnecessary fabrics. Etc.

I assure you if you are enthusiastic about this business, and you have not accumulated tights, you will not have enough of your own – shake your girlfriends!

We cut T-shirts and fabrics into strips.

Women’s tights in half, regardless of the density, cut the elastic and sock. Well, if the tights are very thick, woolen, for example, or children’s – dense, bright, then from one “pant leg” two strips. T-shirts cut into strips about 6-8 cm wide. If the fabric is thick – then thinner.

Next, I, for speeding up the process, stitching on a machine strip length of one and a half to two meters, all very roughly, you know! I leave the length of the strip, which I can easily weave and wind it in the hands, fix it, or slip the loop under the last winding – in the photo it can be seen, it is possible with an English pin. Next, we take three bands, it’s better if at least two of them are knitted. In order not to stick out the sections and thread four times, cut inwards.

We fix with the needle thread the beginning of the spit and the plait, the plait … When the strip ends, here we already sew the next thread with a needle thread.

If you need to distract yourself, go at last !!! Prepare dinner for the family, I take it with a regular pin so that the braid does not disintegrate.

Rugs can be made round and oval. You can and other forms if you want.

Well, the last technological moment that I developed for myself. I’m right-handed, so when I start sewing braids – just over the edge, and quite thickly – the hard mat turns out – I put the scythe counter-clockwise. Tried the opposite, but there is more risk to draw and get a bubble in the middle of the carpet – it will be difficult to “trample” then. And with such a stacking risk is much less to draw, so if there is a bubble, then everything will settle down during operation.

Left-handed, probably, it is necessary to do the opposite. Try it!

That’s what can happen if you have enough patience …

Hope you like this mat of plaits.

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DIY Easy Canvas Painting Wall Decor Tutorial

DIY Canvas Painting Wall Decor art, inspired by artist Nancy Ramirez. The colors are painted on first, then the herringbone pattern is marked off with painter’s tape before the whole thing gets a coat of white.

You’ll need:

  • A canvas, in any size you choose
  • Painter’s tape
  • Acrylic paints in your preferred colors, plus one bottle of white paint
  • A paintbrush
  • Scissors
  • A disposable plate, wax paper, or scrap cardboard to use as a palette
  • Paper towels or a drop cloth to cover your work area

Assemble your paints and squeeze a quarter-size amount of each color onto your palette. And now, for the part where you get to go wild: Create the abstract painting of your choice. You can work with one color at a time, or alternate between hues as you work across the canvas.

To incorporate all of our colors, we used one at a time, rinsing our brush between each and blending until we covered the canvas. Experiment with long streaks versus wide splashes of color until you find a look you love.

Once you’ve covered the canvas, let it dry for a few minutes. (If you’re impatient, you can set it in front of a fan or blast with a hair dryer on the cool setting.) We used a second, slightly smaller paintbrush to apply a second layer of color, making sure the canvas was completely covered and the colors were blended well. (A little messiness is okay here!) Let the canvas dry completely.

Taping is the trickiest part of this project — but once you get the hang of your pattern, it gets easier. Cut roughly same-sized strips of painter’s tape and apply them to one side of the canvas in a staggered pattern. Leave an even amount of space between each strip to keep your pattern consistent.

Continue across the canvas, creating a design that looks like rows of stacked arrows. (Tip: Don’t worry if your tape strips aren’t lining up — you can easily lift up the end of a strip and cut it to fit with scissors.)

For our design, we chose to cover the entire canvas in a consistent chevron pattern. But, you can get more creative and remove random pieces of tape across the canvas to create a more abstract feel. Just remember that any areas not covered with tape will end up white.

First, examine your tape strips to make sure the edges are completely sealed along the canvas. Then, use your paintbrush to cover the canvas in white paint, being careful not to disturb the tape strips in the process.

Be sure to cover the canvas completely — we applied two coats for good measure. Once you’ve finished painting, let the canvas dry. Be patient with this step, since removing the tape before the paint is fully dry could mess up your design.

Starting at the sides of the canvas, carefully remove the strips of tape to reveal your painting underneath.

Hope you like this Canvas painting wall decor tutorial.

DIY Home Decor With Paper Quilling Art

Quilling art always favorite amongst kids as an easy quilling art project for kids, takes less time and yields quick and colorful results.

Quilling patterns and quilling designs cover a wide range of themes from nature and lifestyle. Quilling craft ideas can be anything from making a wall decor to wall frames using quilling art to creating designs for elegant Quilling Home decor and DIY Crafts!

Step 1: Material Required

Required material for making this fabulous art:

  • Thermocol balls
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Cardboard
  • Scale
  • Quilling strips
  • Glittered paper
  • Colored papers

Step 2: Make the Base for Your Craft!

Begin your Quilling art, with a cardboard in the dimensions of 45 cm by 28 cm lengthwise by breadth wise respectively.

Take glitter paper in black and white color in A4 size and paste them on the cardboard using adhesive and making the cardboard look half black and half white lengthwise as shown above.

Draw the rough outline of the Duck’s body on the glitter paper.

Step 3: Make Colorful Coils.

Take a pink quilling strip and with the help of a quilling needle make a closed coil. Give it the shape of a tear drop and make multiple tear drop shaped coils in colors of sky blue, cyan, baby pink and saffron.

Start pasting the tear shaped coils in the shape of a duck giving it an outline in baby pin coils, and continue the second half in colors of sky blue, mint green and saffron.

Step 4: Add Detailing!

Join 2 quilling strips of dark green and sap green color and make a closed coil. Loosen it a little and give it the shape of a leaf by tapering it from one end. Make multiple leaves combining different shades of green.

Arrange and paste these leaves on both the side of the duck in a plant like pattern.

Step 5: Your Quilling Craft Is Ready!

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Hope you like this quilling art tutorial.