Our second bathroom is really big and it currently houses the litter box and not much else.
It was a sad space.
We have a few hand towels in there- one's plain blue and one is white with bright green leaves.
I used this as an inspiration for a few pieces of art to liven up the place.
I present to you puffy paint pictures and a semi-tutorial. I didn't take pictures of the process but it's super easy to explain.
- I bought a two-pack of canvas at Hobby Lobby and went to town.
- I had my hubby draw some leaves in each corner similar to the leaves on the hand towel.
- I used puffy paint to trace the lines of the leaves and let it dry overnight.
- I painted each canvas with three coats of acrylic paint. Make sure you let each coat dry well before you apply the second. That's how you make sure you will cover up the white puffy paint.
I love the way they turned out!!
Canvases: $4 (half off)
Puffy Paint: $2 (I bought 2)
Acrylic Paint: $4 (I bought two of each color)
Hubby's Art Skills: paid him in kisses
Not bad for a $10 project and a little jaunt to Hobby Lobby (I was already there anyway!)
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