The lovers of the decoupage , know how it is possible to realize independently, not only objects with a little ‘patience and manual skills, but also create freehand small works (for example frames drawn on the wall), which have nothing to envy to those of the most famous contemporary artists . If you are interested in finding out more about the topic, follow the advice below (I will show you how to draw frames on the walls , with little expense and little effort, quickly creating a small work of art, worthy of compliments). Let’s see how to do together.
- Rigid square cardboard
- Permanent marker
- Spray adhesive
Keep in mind that to perform this work, you will need to use quality products and tools. Buy what you need in a special dècoupage shop, asking the employees not to make mistakes (even if you do not need exceptional manual familiarity, it’s still an operation that requires a minimum of precision). If you wish, you can also buy a découpage magazine, so you can take a cue and points of reference for the work you have to do.
So start the work by using a square template of rigid cardboard. Draw a reference with a pencil on the wall that will allow you to easily perform freehand work. Then mark on the wall the necessary frames appropriate to the images, photos, drawings, etc. What are you going to enter, having the foresight to center the figures at best.
With the help of an indelible marker, try to make your frames freehand, using as a reference for the size, the trace that you have previously made in pencil. Remember, that with the pencil, you can try to create different models of frame, so give vent to your imagination and creativity, trying to create special patterns on the wall (for example, simulating mirror-shaped frames, flowers, or simply simulating frames of different types).
At this point you have to fix the photos and images on the walls, proceeding in this direction: use a handy spray adhesive, to spray directly on the back of the images, taking care not to overdo the quantity (otherwise the work will appear clumsy), applied the photos on the wall and pass the roller over it, in order to eliminate any unsightly air bubbles. Your freehand frames are ready, as you can see, it was simple and fast.