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We are excited to welcome in the month of October in with this glorious Autumn Home Decor Canvas Video Tutorial. This dimensional canvas has been created by Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, Janus Zate. Janus has mixed and matched our Farmhouse and Le Romantique papers beautifully to create a warm fall color pallet. Before we jump in we wanted to remind you that it is the last day to enter Graphic 45 Off the Page Challenge.
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Autumn Canvas Tutorial
By Janus Zate
“Hello, G45ers! I’m Janus Zate from the Philippines.
Today I’d like to show you this Autumn - themed Home Decor on a round canvas. I used a mix of Graphic 45 products to create this project.
One of the things I like about Graphic 45 papers is that you can mix and match different collections and they still come out cohesive and well put together.
Tip: Play with dark and light hues of one pigment and see how the monochromatic look can set a certain tone for your project. Then add a contrasting color to break it!
This can be hung on your wall or used as an end table display simply by placing it on a desk easel. It would definitely give that fall/autumn vibe into the room.
Tip: Plan your composition ahead to save time once you start working on layering your elements. Have a certain shape in mind you’d like to see your output become. For beginners, you can go for horizontal, vertical or crosshair layouts
Graphic 45 Supply List:
Artificial Flowers (Orange, Golden Brown Hues)
30cm Round Canvas
Pastel Orange Acrylic Paint
White Acrylic Paint
Mini Woven Basket
Heavy White Gesso
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Foam Sheets & Wooden Chipboard Scraps
Thank you for joining me today and I hope you enjoyed this little project.” ~Janus