Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

DIY Christmas decor - Modern JOY canvases

You want to some easy and cute DIY Christmas decor? These modern JOY canvases are easy to create with a few basic supplies including Mod-hodgepodge!
Hi Mod conglomeration of rocks readers! I’m Justine from the blog sew Country chick, and I’m so excited to be guest posting my DIY Christmas decor here at Mod conglomeration of rocks, one of my favorite crafting blogs . . . ever . . . seriously.
I was a city person who moved with my husband and four children in an old country house, we caught the chicken, and I started to get a lot of stuff.
One of my many tired of the sewing is so, I named my blog sew Country chick! Stop on the old blog for a dose of handmade style!
So you’let's get started with today’s a project we are? Voila, my modern Joy Mod Podged canvas tutorial.

So bright and cheerful, don’t you think? Fire is perfect for hanging on a boring wall, what can be for Christmas, or you simply lean it up against something, like I did. I like the effect, the Mod collection adds Sparkle. very festive!

Here are the supplies you need to make your own Mod Podged canvases.

Some of the 6-inch-square canvases. I bought mine online, but you can find them at most art supply stores
Mod hodgepodge of Glitter
Some 9-inch Christmas scrapbook paper. No cutting is required!
A piece of white glittery cardstock. I bought mine at target. There is A Mod hodgepodge brayer comes in a pack of 2 PCs
. This is ideal for getting the bubbles on the Mod Podged projects
access to Either an electronic cutter or a printer to print a large font with the words JOY. I used the font Cooper Black to give a modern look



you Cover the canvas with Mod hodgepodge, than apply your 6-inch scrapbook paper.
Make sure all the bubbles!
Once it dries, apply a top coat of Sparkle Mod smorgasbord on the top.
Print the words of joy with an electronic cutter or you can print the font in a really big size to fit the canvas. You can then cut out the letters to have them as a template to cut out the letters, if you don’t a cutter. Use an X-Acto knife if you have one.
glue on your letters and you are done!


I hope, you will love this easy DIY Christmas decor. Stop by and say Hello on my blog, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest!

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