Tribal Wall Canvas

  • Difficulty Rating: Beginner
Tribal Wall Canvas

Tribal prints are incredibly trendy right now, so I wanted to embrace the trend and create a mixed media canvas dedicated to this style!

Cover canvas with paint and gesso using an old gift card. There is no need for a brush, just use random strokes and let the canvas dry.

Tribal Wall Canvas painted canvas

Punch squares using the XL Block Party Squeeze Punch from cardstock. Trim fabric to layer beneath each square.  Trim leather paper using the Sure Cut Deluxe Paper Trimmer. Punch more squares from cardstock and cut them in half to make triangles using the Amplify® Mixed Media Shears. Adhere onto canvas.

Tribal Wall Canvas squares and triangles from cardstock

Die cut chipboard using the Fuse Creativity System® and the Ornaments Mini Design Set. Cover each shape with paint and let dry. Add details onto each shape with black and copper pens. Adhere onto canvas.

Tribal Wall Canvas diecut painted chipboard

Punch a border from patterned paper using the AdvantEdge™ Border Punch and Dotted Herringbone Large Punch Cartridge. Add some details onto the punched border using a black pen. Adhere onto canvas.

Tribal Canvas punched border

Die cut a metal sheet using the Fuse Creativity System® and the Burst Border Design Set. Adhere different textures onto paper and trim into small bits. Adhere onto canvas.

Tribal Canvas metal border

Punch flowers from patterned paper using the Floral Frenzy Intricate Shape Punch and Neutron Dance Intricate Shape Punch. Cut each flower in half and adhere onto canvas.

Tribal Canvas punched flower

And that’s it!

Tribal Canvas finished

Supply List

Canvas

Paints

Gesso

Old credit card

Fabric

Patterned paper

Leather paper

Metal sheet

Chipboard

Cork

Felt

Adhesive

Black pen

Copper pen