Teaching Thursdays: Neon Daisy Canvas Art

NEON DAISY CANVAS ART by JULIE LEWIS

In this edition of Teaching Thursdays, you will learn how to make this wonderful neon daisy canvas art. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started.

Supplies You Will Need:

FolkArt Acrylic Paint – 2850 Neon Pink, 2852 Neon Orange, 2856 Neon Purple, 444 Patina, 954 Fresh Foliage, 661 Metallic Sequin Black

FolkArt Extreme Glitter – 2796 Hologram, 2767 Neon Orange, 2766 Neon Pink, 2789 Peridot

Mod Podge Gloss

Canvases – 10 x 10, 4 x 4

Black and white patterned scrapbook paper

3” wood circle

¾” tape

Ruler

Pencil

2mm white foam sheet

Scissors, scalloped pinking shears

#1 Liner brush

½” flat brush

¾” foam spouncer

Measure and mark center of larger canvas, lay tape down center.

Lay piece of tape on either side of center tape for spacing, then lay another piece on wither side of those.

Remove tape between center and outer pieces, repeat process to ends of canvas.

Apply neon paint with spouncer – several coats letting dry between coats.

Remove tape and apply glitter.

When dry, tape over pink stripes and paint neon orange.

Remove tape and apply glitter.

Paint small canvas Fresh Foliage and Patina.

 

Trace wood circle onto paper, cut out.

Paint sides of circle purple, then Mod Podge paper to front of circle. Apply several coats of Mod Podge.

Trace circle onto foam, cut out ¼” outside pencil line with scalloped pinking shears. Cut between scallops.

Glue wood to foam, then to small canvas,

Paint decorative swirly lines around edge of large canvas with liner brush and Sequin Black.

Glue small canvas to center of large one.

2 Comments to “Teaching Thursdays: Neon Daisy Canvas Art”

  1. Awesome project!!!!! T4S

  2. really cool project – TFS

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