Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Andy Warhol-Inspired-Soup-Sticker-Wall-Art

Learn how to made soup sticker wall art easy! It’s inexpensive and unique, and you can do this with little to no crafting experience.
So I was at target not very long, and take note of the special edition, Andy Warhol Campbell’s soup inspired labels. I quiet delight in nights before. I love color and I like modern art in General (like Andy Warhol), so these were particularly exciting.
to show how to canvas-wall-art of these wonderful labels. Here’s how she did it.
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Thank you Amy for me here on Mod conglomeration of rocks! I’m Vanessa Punkin patterns, and I’m excited to share with you today a fun art project to share. You can check out some of my other Mod hodgepodge of projects on my blog.
I’m a big fan of art – all kinds, all periods. I’ve wanted to a tribute to Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s soup cans for a while.
I had thrown around many ideas in my head, but’t really done much yet. Now, to mark the 50th anniversary of the artwork, Campbell’s soup came with a couple of colored labels.

soup-sticker-wall-art
Started I with a 8″ x 8″ canvas and painted it a metallic colors (I used Martha Stewart’s Metallic acrylic craft paint in Sterling). The 8″ x 8″ screen is big enough for six labels easy.
Carefully remove the label on the back of the box with a cutter knife. (If you’re not with the can of soup immediately, grab a sharpie and write what it says on the tin.) Carefully cut the labels to the size that you’ll fit on your canvas.
Once you have trimmed your labels, layer a small amount of Mod-smorgasbord on your canvas painted and start the placement of the labels.
Once you’ve all been placed, even adding with a brayer or bone folder, then add another thin layer of Mod smorgasbord of over the top.
Once it’s dry, we’re going to age it with a bit of transparent iron oxide acrylic paint. You mix a little water with a little bit of the color and use a paper towel, apply it on the surface of the canvas in a circular motion. A little goes a long way, and you can set the time according to your wishes.
Once this is dry, add a few more layers of Mod-hodgepodge, so that it can dry completely between coats. And enjoy your modern soup stickers-wall-art!
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