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Silhouette Rain Canvas

By: Georgia Glass for Craft Sew Love Grow

This lovely Silhouette Rain Canvas is a great way to decorate your living room or nursery.  Made with simple silhouette art and watercolors, this easy craft project is great for crafters of all ages.  This is also a fun way to craft with the kids or inspire yourself to create on a rainy afternoon.

Silhouette Rain Canvas


  • Canvas
  • Cloud & child clip art
  • Watercolor paints
  • Sharpie
  • Scissors
  • Mod podge



  1. Begin by finding the clip art you would like to use. I searched cloud clip art and child with umbrella for mine.
  2. Take your sharpie and color in the images. I chose to leave the interior of my umbrella uncolored so the head would still be visible. I did a couple of layers to get nice coverage.

    Silhouette Rain Canvas
  3. Decide on your arrangement and mod podge (or glue) your pieces to the canvas.

    Silhouette Rain Canvas
  4. Now use your handy dandy watercolors and paint on your rain drops. My canvas wasn't great for watercolors. It didn't really absorb the paint like I had expected. I'm still very happy with the outcome either way.

    Silhouette Rain Canvas

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where do you find clip art - I am new at this


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