May 12, 2018

How To Make An Inked Herringbone Home Decor Wall Art

For the month of May, Imagine challenged us to exchange tutorials and create each other's designs in order to see how each of us interpret style and choices. We had no idea who designed the project, nor did we get any images of their project.
I got Roni Johnson's directions and I loved creating this project! Even though this project was not something I would have ever thought of making on my own, I really enjoyed making it. I didn't have all the exact same products that she used but was able to improvise with no problem. Besides, I prefer not to copy something exactly and put my own twist on things.

Watch my video tutorial below to see how I created my ink herringbone background.
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Green is my favorite color and the greens on this piece from the Kaleidacolor Fresh Greens Ink Pad are so rich and vibrant, I love it.

To finish my project up I glued on some Gold Metallic Joy Iron On Embossed Letters and then put it in a frame.

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