I experienced a weekend of fun with Mother's Day (family BBQ) and my daughters Graduate Exhibition at the Ontario College of Art and Design University in Toronto. ( I will be posting more about this in June when she graduates)
So today's "Tuesday Tool or Technique", is inspired by fun and "artful" experiences.
The little item above is a Art Collage made with some of my quilting cottons, specifically from my "brights" stash.
This is also a very simple craft/art that you could do with your children or grandchildren or a great rainy day activity!
Depending on your theme/fabric/colours/shapes and number/size of canvasses, you could make this collage project into great art for any room in your house as well.
I have to say I did enjoy doing it. But then I think I am a child at heart! Life is too short to do stuff you don't enjoy doing right?
Go ahead and try it and channel your inner artist/child and have fun!
What you will need:
How to Make it:
1. Cut out some fabric shapes.
2.Spread a layer of mod podge on your canvas as you go.
3. Randomly place fabric shapes on the canvas and brush more mod podge over them, leaving a little canvas gap between them until you have the canvas filled.
4. After the first layer of mod podge dries, you can coat it with another full coat to seal it and make sure all fabric is glued down.
5. Admire your efforts, you now have some inexpensive modern art to adorn your home!
Have a great Tuesday!😊
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Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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