Floral Wall Art Group


Floral Wall Art Group

Paint and hang a quartet of floral canvases together for a feminine but modern look. A painting pattern is included in this wall art project.

Floral Canvas Group of Four


DecoArt Products Required

  • PP02 - Cornsilk
  • PP04 - Sea Mist
  • PP05 - Cashmere Pink
  • PP06 - Soft Lilac
  • PP07 - White

Liquid Beadz

  • BE01C - Gold
  • BE30C - Crystal Pearl
  • BE32C - Pretty Pink
  • BE39C - Kiwi
  • BE41C - Topaz

Paper Effects

  • PE05 - Golden Gold

Americana Acrylics

  • DA177 - Green Mist

Palette Knife

  • DT02 - Palette Knife

Americana Brushes

  • DBR2004-B - Round 4
  • DBF3008-B - Shader 8


  • Water container
  • Paper towels
  • Tracing and transfer paper
  • Pencil
  • Cellulose sponge
  • Four 5" x 7" Fredrix canvases
  • Pattern


Adjust pattern sizes. Trace and transfer onto canvases.


  1. Use palette knife to apply Cornsilk Paper Perfect onto all background areas, spreading with patting motion. Dab cellulose sponge on wet Paper Perfect to remove excess moisture and smooth surface. Repeat around sides of canvases.
  2. Repeat this process using Cashmere Pink for flowers.
  3. After spreading Cashmere Pink, use small scoops of Soft Lilac Paper Perfect beginning near center and between petals, working out to petal edges.
  4. Place small scoops of White Paper Perfect in flower center. Use palette knife to spread away from center in streaks.
  5. Fill leaf areas with Sea Mist. Use palette knife edge to pull points along leaf edges.
  6. Allow canvases to dry thoroughly.
  7. Use 4 round brush and Green Mist to add veining to leaves and to darken edges. Allow to dry completely.
  8. Using palette knife and toothpick, scoop and place Crystal Pearl Beadz around flower centers. Use same technique to apply and spread Kiwi Beadz around leaves and Pretty Pink Beadz around petals.
  9. Place small dollop of Gold Beadz in center. Place smaller dollops of Topaz Beadz in circle around Gold.
  10. Use Golden Gold Paper Effects and 8 shader brush to write "rosa" on top right and bottom left canvas (see photo for placement). Let dry completely.


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