And you don’t even need to buy a loom, just download my free tutorial where I show you step-by-step how to turn a book into a loom. It doesn’t hurt the book at all! Click here to download.
I’ve been wanting to try this idea for a while, and when I found High Impact Paints, I knew they were a perfect medium for fabric. They mix well to make new colors, they’re nice and thick yet can be thinned with water, and they paint on smoothly. Very fun to work with!
Watch the video to learn how to make the wall hanging, then scroll down to find where to get everything you need.
jute twine Non-stick Press Cloth muslin hot glue gun wooden dowel *I am an affiliate with Amazon, so if you use my link, I’ll get a little pocket change, thanks!
It’s hard to find nice burlap, this one has an even grain and is very good quality.
Paints: High Impact- red High Impact- yellow
I mixed red and yellow in the video, but Canvas Corp also carries High impact paint in orange.
High Impact- orange
tiny polka dot buttons
(No books will be harmed in this process.)
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When I was preparing for my course, Make Flowers From Bottle Caps I got a bit side-tracked with the poinsettia flowers.