You can't take your eyes off this panel! To create a real work of art from putty, glue and paints is a true talent. Surprisingly fabulous, very beautiful and sunny summer decor - a panel with sunflowers - is suitable for the decor of any room.
Materials for the panel:
- Framed canvas;
- Brushes, ruler, scotch tape;
- Hot glue and PVA glue;
- Plastic bottle, cardboard;
- Polymer glue, any starch, vegetable oil;
- Molds (silicone molds);
- Acrylic paints of different colors;
- Acrylic lacquer.
We start creating panels:
Put putty on the canvas, align with a ruler. When it dries, glue the tape on top in a checkerboard pattern to create an imitation of a brick wall. Apply the putty on top again, level, remove the tape, let dry. Sand the surface with sandpaper.
Apply PVA glue on a dry and flat surface. When the layer is dry, then apply white acrylic paint. When dry, coat the surface with acrylic varnish. When the varnish has hardened, apply the gray paint and after 5 minutes wipe it off with a damp cloth, creating the effect of an aged surface. When the paint dries, reapply the acrylic varnish.
For a planter, glue a piece of a plastic bottle to cardboard with hot glue, cut off the excess.
Pull the piece cut from the tights over the workpiece, fix it with hot glue inside the bottle. Cover with PVA glue, wait until dry, then apply white acrylic paint.
When the layer of white paint is dry, apply the gray paint with a dry brush. Fix the work with varnish. Stick to canvas.
Stir the mass for modeling from polymer glue, any starch and a spoonful of vegetable oil. Fill silicone molds (molds) with sunflowers with it, glue to the canvas. Separately, pierce one sunflower with a wooden skewer, while setting it aside.
Cover with acrylic paint, secure with varnish. Do the same with a sunflower on a skewer.
It remains only to insert the skewer into the planter, and hang the canvas itself on the wall. A sunny summer panel is ready to decorate any room in the house!
For more information on how to make a summer panel with sunflowers with your own hands, see the video below: