DIY Stenciled Burlap Art

If you stopped by the blog on Monday, you might have noticed that I had a friend fill in for me due to a crazy flu bug that knocked me out for about a week.  It really stinks when your version of therapy is spending hours in your craft room but you’re too sick to do even that!
Fortunately, I have another sweet friend who is helping me out today with another fun tutorial!


Today I am very happy to have Bethany visiting from Pitter & Glink.  She’s going to show you how to create a beautiful Stenciled Burlap Art project!  (This bit of loveliness is near and dear to my heart because Bethany created it, then surprised me by sending it to me!  Yay!)
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Hey, y’all!  Today I have a really simple piece of art to share with you.

I began my project with burlap, a flat 5×7 canvas, and Mod Podge.

I brushed the canvas with a layer of Mod Podge, adhered a burlap rectangle to the canvas, and covered the top of the burlap with Mod Podge.  After the Mod Podge dried, I stenciled the burlap.

I used my Silhouette to create a card stock stencil of the word I wanted on my art.  I loaded a stencil brush with black paint and blotted much of the paint off before stenciling to ensure my letters were crisp.

The edge of my burlap was a bit rough, so I cut decorative branches and hot glued them to the canvas to create a frame for my art.  Y’all know I don’t leave anything plain, so I made some rolled fabric roses and gathered ribbon flowers to add to the art.

I used hot glue to adhere the flowers to the corner of my art.  The flowers were the finishing touch.

This project was very simple, and I love how it turned out.

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I love how it turned out, too!  It sits in my craft room so I can look at it and be reminded to Live My Life and that I am loved by one of my besties, Bethany.  🙂

Be sure to stop by and say “hello” to Bethany at her blog, Pitter & Glink.  You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!

3 Responses

  1. That is so beautiful! I love how the Lord made you so talented and crafty Bethany. I also love the sweet friendship God gave you both – awesome blessing!

    Janiene

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