Puff Paint Abstract Art

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Sometimes a wall needs a little interest without much color. This technique is great for adding some solid colored, free form, modern art to your wall for just a few dollars.

Things you’ll need:
Three dimensional paint
Canvas Panels
Painters tape
Matte spray paint

Things to do:
1. Lay your canvas panels, right side down, on your work surface so that they form one large rectangle.
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2. Using the painters tape, connect the edges of the four panels.
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3. Flip right side up carefully, so that all the panels are still together.
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4. Trim the tip of your paint so that the hole is a little wider than normal.
5. With steady pressure, draw lines and swirls with the paint, holding the bottle about an inch off of the surface. Clean up any mistakes with a cotton swab. Allow the paint to dry.
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6. Remove the tape and coat each panel with two thin coats of spray paint for a uniform finish. Hang with an inch of space between each panel (or mix them up!)
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2 Comments

  1. I really like this. But I think theres a mistake in the directions. It says in #6 to remove the paint and then coat each panel with the spray paint. Shouldnt it read as remove the tape?P.S. Love the silhouettes, also!

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