Stash Busting Rainbow Canvas


Stash Busting Rainbow Canvas

Stash Busting Rainbow Canvas
Stash Busting Rainbow Canvas

"If you do a lot of crafting over a longer period of time, you may start to accumulate lots of buttons, bits and bobs. It often occurs when you have to buy a pack of something for just a couple of the pieces inside of it or when you find great sales of crafting supplies. Whatever you have leftover and do not need can be used to create a unique piece of art for the wall. It is so easy and a really fun project for summer days."

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This is so beautiful. I used up most of my buttons on button crafts and since I acquired most of them from sales, I have so many different colours and shapes left over. I can't wait to get started on this one, I love the ombre vibe going on and I'm thinking of recreating it.

Wow! What a colorful display. I know the title shows that this is a stash busting project but this would be worth making the purchase to produce something as unique as this. I can see all of the little items that you used here from buttons to beads and what a wonderful way to recycle! I love this project.

So I learned about something new to me today, and that is a thing called jewel glue. Is this glue stronger than a hot glue gun? Is there a reason why I cannot use a hot glue gun? I am asking because I really don't know! I like the design, and it sure does look fun to make.

Hello! Sure, you can use hot glue or any other strong glue should work, as well. I simply used the jewel (or jewelry) glue because my experience with it, is that it is strong at holding pieces and it dries clear.

Does this stash busting rainbow canvas put anyone else in the mind of those macaroni art projects we all did as children? I know I did my fair share and when my children were growing up, they came home with a couple of dry bean art projects too. Thanks for the walk down memory lane.


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