Painted fabric patch frame. How many times we have small scraps of fabric left from our DIY projects? And we are always looking to utilize them into making something else.
I had been thinking of using the fabric scraps left from the pillows, I made for my bedroom for a while now.
So, I came up with this Painted Fabric Patch Frame.
A very quick and easy wall DIY project to match my room accents.
The chevron lines I traced using the printable template you can find linked below. I just love how it can simply become a part of any other setting if I decide to change things around my home.
Moreover the painted heart on the right corner of the frame makes it a beautiful gift for Valentine’s Day.
I love chevron on the family silhouette canvases.
(Find the tutorial to make Family silhouette with free printable chevron templates in 4 different sizes.)
Painted Fabric Patch Frame
You Will Need:
- Paint (acrylic, fabric or any paint you like)
- Paint brush (I used size 1 for my small design)
- Double sided tape and scissors
Start by cutting the scraps to your frame’s size. I chose to have a 3 column patch-work style You can patch rows, squares or anything your heart desires. Next I ironed the seams on the sides and traced my chevron design on one of them. If you want a chevron trace, you can print it in 4 different sizes HERE.
Now you can either sew or stick the patches together. I just wanted an easy fix (and frankly I don’t have a sewing machine) so I used double sided tape and stuck the seams of the scraps over each other. The result was pretty neat.
Then I place the mirror over the fabric to locate where I wanted to draw my heart.
Then I painted it all.
And this is what it looked like in only a minute.
Here it is framed and hung on the wall.
I love it! What about You?
Thank you Poppy Tree Frames for the beautiful distressed wooden picture frame.
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