Andrea Vlogger Gt show us in this video 2 ways to make a String Art DIY, the “inverse way”, filling with thread all the space left outside the main figure, in this case, a heart and, on the other side, the classic way, filling the figure, in this case, the word “love”, written whith a lovely handwritting typo.
As you can see, she paints the board in blue and in pink. The thing I like the most is that she uses jute or sacking thread to make this project and it looks really great. Don’t you think so?
It’s a really lovely handmade gift to your boyfriend or girlfriend, no matter if it is because of your love, your anniversary or Valentine’s Day.
Here you have a free template to downlad with the word “LOVE” to make an adorable DIY String Art.
We have to say that the most important points are in the corners (except in the “O”). You can space the other points in the way or distance you prefer the most.
You can download de full resolution image (1754 px × 1240 px) in this link: Download LOVE String Art template
Thanks to I am a mess to share this and other patterns with us in her blog.
See you soon!
We really love this colourful String Art, the birds on the wire are just a simple and beautiful image to make a String Art. Pay attention: the wire is real and the board in a light wood board makes a perfect background. Maybe you can paint it on blue, either.
That’s a nice craft to make with kids and you can use it yo decorate their bedrooms.
Source: Pinterest (Sorry, we haven’t found the original source, if it is your artwork, please, drop us a line and we will give you the credits!)
Loo has made this great video to show us how to make a “origami” word gradient String Art. However, you can change “origami” for another word that you love the most.
As usual, you need these materials:
- Letterns pattern printed on paper
- Board (1 cm or more, 0,39 inches)
- Newspaper pages
- Nails 1- 1.5 cm / 0,39 – 0,59 inches (the smaller, the better)
- Coloured threads
- Tow or brush (it depends on the paint you have chosen)
- Acrylic paint
- Alcohol ink
The steps are easy, we recommend you to watch the video to see all the process.
Hi everyone! Although we are in summer, we don’t stop, even on holidays! You can use your free time to spend quality time with your kids or with yourself by making this kind of handmade project that you can use to decorate the libing room.
As you can see in the pattern, it’s a kind of spiral shape repeated, and it results a klind os cloudly circle or a kind of windmall, but with rounded blades. Pay attention, you have to start to throw the threads by each point marked.
As a result, you have a klind os 70’s String Art, old school but cool.
Credits: Vero B – broderie sur cartes
Thanks to ElefantImGlashaus for showing us how to make this super cool Superman Logo String Art!
As you can see, it’s an advanced craft. First of all, she cut the logo shape on a wooden board and you need some special tools to make it properly.
After that, she paints the board in blue and starts the process of creating the “S” of Superman Logo String Art with red and yellow threads.
That’s a nice piece of craft to give to your brother, husband, boyfriend or even your dad as a handmade gift.
Do you like it? Make it and share it! 🙂
Here you have and easy DIY project to decorate your place. As you can see, it’s a “Joy” word String Art in gradient colours, from yellow to red.
You can follow the steps in this tutorial to lean how to do it in an easy way.
Source: Dear Mckenzie
Wow, this Arrows String Art made by ThreadTherapy1 is really awesone. A nice piece of craft to decorate a hipster house or cafe and it’s listed on Etsy!
The result is amazing! isn’t it? It turns out a great craft to decorate a wall!
First of all, Happy Ramadan (Ramadan karim!) to all our islamic or muslim users and visitors.
Today we show us a pattern inspired in islamic geometry that we can see in mosques, wooden lattices at home, tiles in “hamam”, etc. You can use this free pattern to make a beautiful String Art too.
We hope you like it and try some different geometric patterns 🙂
Source: Geometría Dinámica