Colorful Embroidered DIY Canvas

INSIDE : Learn how to create colorful embroidered DIY Canvas art pieces! You can draw or write out any message you like using a canvas, embroidery floss and your imagination.

Embroidered DIY Canvas Art

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This post has been updated from it’s original April 2017 publish date.

I am drawn to all things miniature and small in size.  When I found out the Oriental Trading craft supply this month would be small 4″ square Canvases, I was thrilled about the possibilities.  Today I am sharing how to use a simple embroidery technique to create Colorful Embroidered DIY Canvas.

"H" Embroidered Art

Canvases are such versatile products.  I love that you can group them together to create a bigger shapes, or in this case words, for a larger impact.

Colorful art

After you mix in fun cheery colors of paint and embroidered string, the options for your design or word are simply endless!

If you are looking for more Easy DIY Artwork, you might want to check out these simple tutorials I put together for other paintings.

HOPE Embroidered DIY Canvas Art

For this project, I wrote out the word “HOPE”, but you could create other fun patterns or shapes, too. I did another fun embroidery project, a DIY Photo Embroidered Tote Bag. That was a cool look because I transferred an image to my tote bag and then added embroidery over top.

To see the full supply list for these HOPE letters, be sure to head to Oriental Trading’s blog.

DIY Canvas Art

If you’re curious to check out all my Oriental Trading projects, head over here!

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And check out the other washi tape DIY projects :
– Carrie from Dream Green DIY created these DIY Mini Abstract Art Canvases.
– Haley from Design Improvised created Monogram Canvas Art with Stencils.
– Sara + Melissa from Alice and Lois made Favorite State Canvas Art DIY this month.

12 thoughts on “Colorful Embroidered DIY Canvas

  1. This is genius Amy – I never would have thought to use mini canvases this way. I’d love to do this for the nursery once our bub is born, it’d be super cute with her name written on them!

    1. Thanks so much, Stephanie! I think it would equally amazing to do a HUGE canvas with this technique!

    1. It’s so good to hear from you, Deonna! And thanks, I’m slowing working on a new look for the site and my logo. 😉

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