iLoveToCreate: Graffiti Canvas

I Love To Create
Graffiti Canvas
Avalon and Margot Potter
Teen Crafts
“Kid crafted, Mom approved.”

I’ve spent the past few weeks preparing for a major trade show called CHA. It’s the big industry event for arts and crafts and all of the biggest companies will be there showing their new product lines, including the fine folks from iLoveToCreate. I asked Avalon if she’d like to do a ‘guest project’ for this week’s Teen Crafts post using the fab new Fashion Graffiti line from Tulip. She spent several hours making this awesome canvas for her BFF Emma. I think she did a terrific job.

I whipped up my own quick canvas using the headphones stencil, sea sponge dabbed pink paint tagger and the Tulip Fabric canon spray in black with the Tulip Fabric Paint Canon.

You can find these mini-canvases at arts and craft stores and there really great fun . Who doesn’t like a blank canvas?!

Blank canvas
Tulip Fashion Graffiti letter stencils
Tulip Fashion Graffiti city skyline stencil
Tulip Fashion Graffiti chain link fence stencil
Tulip Fashion Graffiti peace sign stencil
Tulip Fabric Paint Canon
Tulip Fabric Paint Canon paint neon green
Tulip Fashion Graffiti Big Phat markers black, purple, hot pink, blue
Tulip Fabric Spray Paint neon orange, hot pink

Heat tool

1. Being by spraying a layer of neon green with the paint canon. Allow to dry. Use heat tool to speed trying if the paint is too wet.

2. Use skyline stencil and purple phat marker to add a skyline to the bottom left corner and repeat having the stencil upside down on the top right corner of the canvas.

3. Use chain link fence stencil and black market on the top left and bottom right corners with the black phat market. (Angle stencil across edge.)

4. Use letter stencils to add words to the open areas of the canvas working to the right side.

5. Use peace sign stencil and orange fabric spray on bottom left corner of canvas.

6. Repeat on the top left with purple spray and on the bottom right with light


Unknown said...

Just fantastic and not so very hard to do huh, with the right tools and a little creativity?

Margot Potter said...

Exactly Barbara!