This project was inspired by our favorite bedtime book "Brown Bear, Brown bear, What do you see?" My twin boys love this book and thought I would create a simple inexpensive artwork for their room.
Prepare the printed fabric by cutting them down to fit an 8.5x11 size. I also matched the size to the heat bond material and cut both of them to size. Iron the fabric on top of the heat bond and make sure the iron setting is on high.
Clean and trim extra fabric.
I used my Silhouette SD to cut all my silhouettes. You can also download clip arts online and print, trace and cut by hand. If you have a friend that owns a Silhouette...kindly ask if they can help you cut the fabric because this project is so easy and addicting to make.
Arrange the animals on the poster size canvas. I picked 24" x 23" for this project. Iron the animal silhouettes directly onto the canvas. Make sure your iron is clean, you don't want any stain on your artwork. You can also use a sheet of white copy paper to protect the canvas.
I created a banner style shape and prepared them using my
Silhouette machine. I stamped the corresponding labels using PSA
Essentials Peel & Stick Archive Stamp Set. This is such a perfect
font style to use for this project.
Arrange the stamped banners before adding glue. I like silicone glue. It dries fast and easy to work with.
Here's my simple and stylish wall art. I can't wait to make more. I think this is a great addiction to any future bedroom/playroom.