Tutorials and Videos
Tutorials and videos to learn how to make your own String Art Craft project.
HelloKids-us show us in this video a great way to make a Geometric String Art, even to make with kids. Look how they use clothespin in order to not to get damage in the fingers when you hammer the nail.
At the same thime they are having a great time making a craft, they learn geometry and maths. Just a perfect work to make with kids!
Here you have a video to learn two String Art techniques step-by-step. As you can see, it’s perfect to give as a Valentine’s present. One of them is the word “Love” written with pita fibre, but you can also use cotton or wool thread.Obviously, you have to use nails too, as well as wood or thick cardboard for the base and a pattern.
The other one is just a heart shaped String Art, but still different and lovely.
Source: Andrea Vlogger Gt
Come on! 6 days left until Valentine’s Day and wer are sure that you haven’t started yet yout handmade gift!
If you are not fancy doing a heart shaped thing, you can try this XO (kisses) String Art . You wil need these materials:
You can see trhe pattern and the full tutorial by visiting Hoosier homemade.
Enjoy it! We hope your Valentines will love this handmade gift!
This is special becaause the board it’s also painted with pink diamonds.
Take a look to this video by UnaPaginaEnBlanco and try it, it’s easy!
To make this wonderful heart shaped String Art you will need:
– Red String
– Heart Pattern (made by felt, foam or cardboard)
– Tree or trunk slice
After that, you need to put the felt heart shaped pattern on the slice and clue the nails all over it.
Then, you just need to pass or cross the thread and fix it on the nails in multiples directions and you will have this wonderful piece to decorate a room, a cafe, a wedding or whatever you want.
In this case, it’s a lovely teckel. We encourage you to make the same with your dog, cat, bird or whatever you like. It’s easy and a a great handmade gift or decoration. Go ahead!
You can learn how to make it on a wall by watching this tutorial by Michaels Stores
She has chosen two thin wooden boards and has glued them. Also she has printed the letters (you can chose the font ot type you like the most), and then, she has clued the pins all over the letters and has put the threads all over it, using two different colours: one for the shape, the other one for the stuffing.
I really love it! And you?
As you can see, is a Star String Art on a wood base, and the results can be very different.Here you have the tutorial made by Plástica en el Valle (a blog for the students of Ramón del Valle-Inclán secondary school, in Sevilla, Spain).