Diy Floral Cuff

Today’s diy is a floral cuff, I will show you two ways to add a pretty little floral touch to any cuff that you may have lying around!

This first diy is fairly simple all you need is a cuff and fabric paint or acrylic paint. If you don’t have any cuff  or fabric paint you can get a cuff at Micheal’s that’s where I got mines on sale for less than $3 and that’s also where I got my fabric paint.For the cuff you can also probably purchase one at any store that sells accessories/ jewellery.

Step 1: Grab your fabric paint and cuff and start painting and then let dry and then you have a pretty floral print on your cuff! I chose a cherry blossom inspired print.

Diy floral cuff

This second diy just requires some spare floral materials and crazy glue/glue gun, I chose this pretty black rosy print scarf that I had lying around from the Talize thrift store.

Step 1: Grab your fabric and cut out a strip as thick as you want, and then glue it diagonally and voilà there you have it!

Diy floral cuff 2

 

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Art- Spring Wonderland

Spring Wonderland is a piece of art I created inspired by a collaboration of ideas that resulted in this pretty little acrylic painting.

Influence:

Spring: This one is an obvious one, because the title is called ‘Spring Wonderland’ the flowers and roses scream spring. The abstract floral shape is actually  made by using a piece of lace as a stamp, which I thought created an beautiful effect.

Easter Eggs: The colours are also a inspiration of Easter eggs and Easter candies, yum!

Psychedelic 60’s: The wonderful swirls are reminiscent of the 60’s art and lava lamps, I thought this would make the art piece more playful with a touch of magic.

Spring Art 2

spring art