Hello everyone! Today we bring you a new String Art that is very easy to make, perfect to make it at fall season. Since it is very simple, it’s suitable to make with children, but always with adult supervision, due to the fact that we are using nails and hammers. As you can see on the frame, it’s a fall leaft String Art. Let’s take a look to this video tutorial by regalamanualidades.
The best thing about this project is that you do not even need a leaf tree template, you can directly use a sycamore leaf, a maple leaf, a tulip tree leaf or no matter what leaf found at the woods in autumn as a template. Put it on the wooden board and put the nails around it, as you usually do with paper templates.
It would be perfect if you can buy a gradient yarn or gradient thread from orange to black or brown, as the used in the tutorial. If you cannot, then buy orange, dark orange, ocher and dark brown threads and make several layers to get the gradient effect. Pay attention to the end of the video, where we see how to tie the last thread, creating a special knot to fix the thread and be sure that it will not untie.
We hope that you liked this Sting Art and that you fell fancy going the forest to find a few dry leaves to use as a template and make projects as beautiful as this one to decorate your house in the fall season.
If you enjoyed this tutorial, please, share it with your friends so that they can also do this beautiful craft with their kids or their art students. We hope to see you soon! Until then, have a happy autumn.
Hi everyone! We really love fall season, so we are happy and cheerful when we find and make this kind of String Art projects to celebrate it.
As you know, the fall emblem is the leave in different colours as brown, dark red and ochre. But there are more, as trees withouy leaves or trees with falling leaves; pumpkings (not only in Halloween, but since september to december) and candy corn. The last one this is clearly a Halloween symbol and we are sure you have eat tons of them!
So here you have three wonderful ideas to decorate DIY your home, shop, café or office in an autumn mood.
Happy fall to all of you!
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Yeah, we are in fall season and pumpinks starts to appear in every cornerm, so he have searched for pumping String Art.
The normal thing is make a beautiful pumping in a regular wooden board, like this one by Jillibean Soup:
But what could happen if we invert the process and we use a pumpkin as a canvas? The results are amazing! As you can see, we pin the nails on the pumpink and then the following stepas are the regular ones.
BOO GHOST PUMPKIN STRING ART
If you don’t like to crave a pumpkin, there are plenty of possibilities, like this boo and ghost shaped String Art made on a pumkin. You can see the full tutorial at: Lovely Indeed – diy string & nail art pumpkin
ZOMBIE PUMPKIN STRING ART
Yeah, zombies are terrifying so this is a perfect DIY decoration for Halloween.
You can know how to make it by visiting Dream a little bigger – ZOMBIE STRING ART PUMPKINS – NO CARVE!
EVIL FACE PUMPKIN STRING ART
This is the typical evil face that we use to carne on a pumpkin, but this String Art is easier, quicker and better!
HEART PUMPKIN STRING ART
If you just love autumn and pumkins and you don’t want to scare anybody, you can make a heart shaped string art on this vegetable, well, is technically a fruit. This would look awesome on your front door.
You can found the full tutorial on this link: Lines Across – Pumpkin String Art
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A really wonderfull fall craft to make at home or at school with kids.
You can see the tutorial and learn how to make it following the steps, visiting this site: http://www.craftingconnections.net/the-blog/for-subscribers-fall-leaf-nail-art/#.VA2Cb_l_u2E
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