3/31 | DIY Glitter Lighted Canvas

Hey everyone! Today I have a beautiful, yet simple DIY to show all of you. What girl doesn’t love glitter and fairy lights? No matter how old I get, craft projects like this one remind me of my childhood but now they can have a sophisticated adult twist.

This tutorial is for a DIY Glitter Lighted Canvas and you won’t believe how simple it is to create! It just takes faith, trust, and a little bit of pixie dust! (Sorry, I have to quote Disney when I can.) You will love this project! It looks amazing in any space. You don’t have to be a pro to make it, but it definitely makes you look like you’re an expert crafter!

Check Out This Adorable Simple Glitter Canvas Art!
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Supplies : | Fairy Lights | Americana Satin Decou-Page | Paintbrush | Craft Knife | Gold Glitter | Canvas | Small Velcro Pieces |

Steps : 

Step 1: Spread the Decou-Page on the canvas one section at a time. Make sure to cover the entire section of the canvas. You don’t want any spots without glitter in the end.
Step 2 : Sprinkle the glitter on the bottom section heavily, then dump the excess off. Repeat steps 1 and 2- but apply the glitter lighter every time, giving it an ombre look.

Step 3 : Once finished and dried, cut slits into the canvas where you want your fairy lights to go.

Step 4 : Velcro the battery pack to the back corner of the canvas and insert your fairy lights into the slits that you cut. Now hang and enjoy!

Hope you all enjoyed this quick and simple DIY project. We love that we were able to create this project within an hour or two with our Americana Decou-Page! What color of glitter do you plan on using for your room decor? Leave us a comment and let us know.

*This post was sponsored by DecoArt. Thank you so much for supporting our brand partners that make A Little Craft In Your Day possible.*