Add A Fun Touch To Your Home With This DIY Hand Embroidered Wall Art

If you love making your own art and home decor, I have a treat for you! I joined 19 of my blogging friends in a challenge to create a home decor project using any image, or combination of images, from the expansive collection on the GraphicStock website. I'm not kidding when I say the hardest part of this project was deciding on which to choose, it really feels like the choices are never-ending!
After painting my canvas black and letting it fully dry, I trimmed down my image to fit the canvas and attached it using painter's tape.Then it was time to start sewing! (I will warn you that this is not one of those projects you are going sit down and complete in 30 minutes. It's more one of those projects that you work on over a few evenings while you are relaxing and watching TV.)
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  • Laurie
    Laurie
    on Feb 10, 2016

    LOVE THE PROJECT BUT ABSOLUTELY COVET THE AQUA VASE - WHERE IN THE WORLD DID YOU GET IT?

    • Stephanie
      Stephanie
      on Feb 11, 2016

      Thanks! I picked it up at a local furniture store a few years ago.

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  • P auline miller
    P auline miller
    on Oct 24, 2016

    I don't embroidery, but could do it with pipe cleaners and small dollops of paint!

  • Jayne Henson
    Jayne Henson
    on Jan 26, 2019

    Try transferring your design to your fabric with a friction pen because you can touch it with an iron and the marks go away. Great job

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