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'Spread Kindness Like Confetti' Wood Panel
From the Designer: "This beautiful wood canvas sparkles like diamonds, which isn't a surprise since it features Extreme Glitter Paint, Diamond Dotz, and Glitterific paint! The image is traced from a coloring book, so you don't have to be a master of hand lettering to make it look like you are. Just trace, color, and then add lots and lots of sparkle! Display your completed project at home, in a classroom, or anywhere else you'd like people to "Spread Kindness Like Confetti."
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- Wood canvas
- Folk Art Extreme Glitter Hologram Paint
- coloring book
- charcoal pencil
- Regular pencil
- Paints, paint markers, or Sharpies
- kneaded eraser
- different colors of cardstock
- standard hole punch
- Diamond Art kit
- Glitterific paint in at least two colors
Prime the canvas with gesso. Apply two layers of Folk Art Extreme Glitter Hologram Paint, allowing it to dry between coats.
Remove the coloring page from the coloring book. Use a charcoal pencil to scribble all over the back of the page.
Put the page face up on the inside of the wood canvas. Use a pencil to trace the words and images on the coloring page. Carefully lift the corners one at a time to be sure the image is transferring.
Remove the coloring page. Using the transferred lines as a guide, color in the words and designs with paints, paint markers, or Sharpies.
Use a kneaded eraser to remove any pencil marks or smudges.
Create confetti by punching different colors of cardstock with a standard hole punch. Sprinkle it onto your design, moving it around until you are happy with the placement.
Using the stylus from a Diamond Art kit, pick up each piece of confetti, add a drop of glue, then replace it on the canvas.
Add a drop of glue to each piece of confetti, then use the stylus to put coordinating Diamond Dotz on top.
Rub the 'frame' of the wood canvas with Glitterific paint. Apply at least two colors, letting the first dry before applying the second.
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