Have a blank canvas and ready to paint? Today I’ll show you how I created this easy Love canvas step by step valentine’s painting perfect for February!
Of all the craft ideas for Valentine’s Day out there, painting in pink is my favorite. I love how simple and glittery this canvas turns out!
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step by step valentine’s painting
Step by Step valentine’s painting for a love canvas wall art piece. Start with a pencil sketch if you are unsure of spacing your letters.
Total Time: 35 minutes
Using a dry paintbrush, pick up some mousse and thin it out a bit with water (I used the lid as a palette).
Mentally divide the canvas width into four equal parts and in each fourth space letter an alphabet of the word “LOVE” loosely; replace the O with a heart.
Keep the paintbrush quite dry to avoid the paint from dripping.
Using a thicker paint, like the Nuvo drops or any puffy paint, carefully outline the word. This gives you a chance to neaten the lines and hide any imperfections.
Make it colorful by using a red outline for a pink painted word.
Jazz up the word by adding tiny evenly spaced dots of glitter!
Love canvas done!
Our simple love canvas is done and I hope you enjoyed following along this step by step valentine’s painting. I love pink, I would really like to try this with a nice black paint instead too!
You can stop at step 2 or 4 itself and give it a different look. The options are endless!
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Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.
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