Painting may not be for everyone, but canvases it is. It not need be Frida Kahlo to elaborately decorate your home. It is enough some canvases covered with fabric for a professional, modern and classy look.
You will need:
Canvases in different sizes
3 different fabrics
Scissors for fabric
Arrange in what order the canvases will hung on the wall. Select which fabric will get into each canvas.
Place the canvas on the fabric and cut circumferentially leaving at least 3 cm margin on each side (depending on the thickness of the canvas). The fabric should cover the frame just like the canvas.
Start with the nailer to stapler fabric. First along one side and then the opposite side. Continue with the remaining two sides. As staples pull the fabric to stretch.
Now for the angles. Take the fabric and pull it up and back toward the center of the frame. Fold one side diagonally along the side of the frame. Be sure to pave the fabric and then stitch it in place. Cut with scissors the excess fabric.
Cut the chain to the desired length and attach one end of the back frame. Allow to dry. Attach the other end by pulling and holding tightly to the adhesive to dry so that the chain does not sag.
That is all… Both quickly and easily. And the best part is that you can change the decor in your home, removing staples and placing new fabric to your canvases.
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