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One In a Million Fabric and Foam Art

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One In a Million Fabric and Foam Art
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The project name says it all - this One in a Million Fabric Wall Art allows you to create something that's totally unique. If you want to design your own DIY home decor crafts without spending a bundle, this is the project for you. You only need plain fabric and a foam board to get started with this project. Then, use paint to design a completely unique picture or landscape. No matter how you choose to decorate your canvas, you can rest assured that your DIY home decor project is unlike anything else in the world. Make sure you show off your personality with this project - it's the best way to let your creativity shine through.

Primary Technique: Painting

Easy

Materials:

  • Foam
  • Fabric
  • Spray Adhesive
  • Tacky Glue

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut your fabric to the size of your foam, leave enough edge to wrap around the foam.
     
  2. Apply a even layer of spray adhesive to the foam.
     
  3. Now lay the fabric onto the foam and rub out any air bubbles.
     
  4. Flip the foam over and fold the fabric to the back.
     
  5. Use your Tacky Glue to glue the fabric to the back of the foam.

 

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