A fun project using the PVPP method. Follow these easy steps to make a cute little canvas print for any holiday or season!
I didn’t do as much Christmas crafting with my Silhouette Cameo as I had hoped to this year, but I did get a few projects in this month including some Christmas Countdown Blocks and this adorable Reindeer Print.
This was my first project ever using chalk paint and I’m in love! It’s awesome to paint with and worked great for this stenciled canvas print!
canvas or wood board
weeding tool, transfer tape, scraper
To get started, I used two coats of white chalk paint on my canvas and let it dry throughly before applying my stencil. I cut the stencil out using my Silhouette Cameo, weeded the negative space, and applied it to the canvas using transfer tape.
Then I painted a coat of red chalk paint over the stencil, making sure to cover the whole canvas. I let it dry for a few minutes and added another coat. I let the canvas dry overnight before peeling off the stencil.
I love how this project turned out! I’m already thinking of some other prints I can make using this method because it was super easy, the lines were crisp, and I don’t have to worry about vinyl lifting from the canvas down the road.
This little guy looks so cute sitting on the bookshelf with other Christmas decor!