Diy prints

Add a personal touch to your home decor with these creative DIY prints. Discover easy and affordable ideas to showcase your style and personality in every room.
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Top Three Inexpensive Ways to Print Your Lino Block Prints without a Press

Learn how to print even, consistent lino block prints at home with these inexpensive and easy methods. Learn beginner printmaking tips and trips to start printing like an art pro!

Kris Cook
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Simple Tutorial on How to Transfer Photos to Canvas

Some time ago, I wrote a post about how to transfer photos to wood with glue and other amazing methods. It became quite popular, so I’ve decided to write this complimentary post for those of you who want to know how to transfer photos to canvas. You can then create a beautiful piece of art

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This Simple DIY Turns Fresh Flowers Into Beautiful Art

Learn how to make a gorgeous art print made from your favorite fresh blooms. Our simple flower pounding technique makes it easy to transform fresh flowers into a gorgeous art piece you can hang, display, or gift.

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Fruit and Veggie Prints

Mealy apples, sprouted potatoes, and wilted celery, oh my! These may sound like candidates for the compost bin, but don’t toss them out just yet. Even if they aren’t fit for consumption, some fruits and veggies might be good for making prints. For younger children, this activity provides ample opportunity to practice color, fruit, and vegetable identification and hone their gross-motor skills. Older children may be interested to know that different foods come from different parts of the…

Jocelyn Letoile