Canvas Wall Hangings November 7, 2012

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Fabric On Canvas Wall Hangings


Supplies You'll Need:


Fabric Pieces

Mod Podge



Cutting Tool or Scissors

Choose the size canvas you wish to cover.  I used pillow panels as the covering I adhered to the canvas.  Use creativity to create patterns and borders. Once you have glued your patterns into place, put another coating of mod podge on top of your fabric covered canvas. Use a blow dryer to dry, or let it dry overnight. These turn out quite nice, and will be something you are proud to hang on the wall! 


Decoupaged Rocking Horse September 21, 2012

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Decoupaged Rocking Horse

I've had this wood rocking horse for quite some time, and finally figured out what I wanted to do with him.  I picked it up at a yard sale for .25 cents, so this just proves that recycling is a great idea!  I covered him with fabric scraps using Mod Podge to glue them on.  Buttons and coordinating ribbon were added to finish him off, giving him perfect primitive appeal!  For those of you who don't know, this is called DECOUPAGE.  I have covered old picture frames, and bottles this way as well.  This little pony is now the perfect match to the tea stained quilt in my bedroom.  Love it!  :D