Silk Flower Stamped Art

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30 Minutes

I wanted a big piece of artwork for my entryway that was “fallish” but because I change this area out so much I didn’t want to spend the money. So I got my creative juices flowing and ta-da!

I had a 25 by 30 wooden picture frame that was just what I needed for this project.

I grabbed a scrap piece of drop cloth and some silk sunflowers.

I decided on a dark brown paint. I like to keep things neutral.

I popped out the backing that was in the frame.

I wrapped the drop cloth fabric over the piece of backing that was in the frame. I hot glued and taped it to the back.

I painted the entire flower with a generous amount of chalk paint.

I then pressed the flower onto the drop cloth.

I used two different size flowers.

I even used one of the leaves.

I painted some stems on the flowers as well.

I then popped the backing into the frame and that’s it. Instant Artwork!!

I really love the look of this. I may even change it out with something similar at Christmas!! I hope you enjoyed this easy project.

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  • Liz Liz on Jan 18, 2022 the look of this, but have U understood properly? Are the silk flowers just used as stencils? Or are they painted and stuck on? As ýou can tell I'm very much a beginner!



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  • Joanne Taggart Joanne Taggart on Oct 28, 2021

    This is just fabulous Laura. I can't wait to try. I have the frame, plenty of plain fabric, not a drop cloth, but it's doable with the fabric I have. I love your creation. I have just come back to Instagram and am a new follower. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Denise Denise on Nov 23, 2021

    I absolutely love this. Thank you for sharing.