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Monogrammed {{CHEVRON}} Canvas


NOW I must say that its not a super pointed peaked Chevron pattern, that is because on my Platinum Schoolbook Cartridge for my Cricut I had a zig zag pattern. You could use painters tape and hand do it that way, but I didn’t have any, plus I was to lazy. So I cut out the zig zag pattern, used mini glue dots to better hold the paper down. Then I used black acrylic paint to paint the Canvas Corp Board. with a sponge brush. Let Dry.

 It doesn’t bother me in the slightest that the chevron pattern isn’t perfect, I like it to look a bit rustic if you will. Next I used a smaller Canvas Corp. board and painted around the edges with black acrylic paint.

then I cut an L out of my Platinum Schoolbook Cricut Cartridge, and again used mini glue dots to help hold it down. Then painted over it with red berry barn and bright red acrylic paint mixed together and dabbed the paint on. Let dry.

 Lastly, I hot glued the smaller canvas board to the larger one, and then cut out a small square piece of light burlap and hot glued the burlap to the board and the dark grey flower on top of the burlap. 

I lurve it! thanks so much for stopping by. Make sure to link up below for CraftOManiac Monday. XO- WINKS- jen 
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16 thoughts on “Monogrammed {{CHEVRON}} Canvas

  1. Another fabulous idea! I def want to try this with my own twist of course 🙂 to put in my kitchen area! I might have to pull out my first generation cricut machine (which I only used once *shock*) and see if I can print out a block letter. lol

  2. Jen…I just featured this fabulous project on the Canvas Corp blog and FB page!! In love with it! I will be putting in on Redberry FB page also!
    Have a good day!

  3. This is a fun project! I love the colors, and anything with a monogram is instantly awesome. : )
    I shared your tutorial on my Friday Favorites post today. Thanks for sharing the creativity, and have a beautiful weekend!

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