Puff Paint Abstract Art

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.
2. Using the painters tape, connect the edges of the four panels.
3. Flip right side up carefully, so that all the panels are still together.
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.
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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  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!

    1. Oh thank you Star! Ill fix that right now, but yes it is definitely supposed to say tape and not paint lol