This post shares my Kate Spade inspired decor, confetti canvas art! I’m sharing the full tutorial so you can make your own. This post is sponsored by DecoArt.
Kate Spade Inspired Decor: Confetti Canvas Art
Hey all, I’m working with DecoArt today to share some lovely Kate Space inspired decor. It’s confetti canvas art with an “eat cake for breakfast” theme. I’m excited to be doing something a little different today, too. I really need to do more fun projects like this.
DecoArt Core Creators
This is also my first project as a DecoArt Core Creator! Those of you who have been around the blog for a bit know that I’ve worked with DecoArt many times. They are an awesome paint company, and I’m excited to share that I’m joining their team as a Core Creator for the year.
That means I’ll be doing regular projects for them and sharing them with you. Sometimes here, sometimes over on the DecoArt blog. I’ll be doing projects every other month…and every other one of those I will put here. 🙂
One of the things I’m most excited about is working with some new materials and working on new and different projects. This canvas art is definitely an example of that. To make it, I used a combination of painting (with a new line I’ve never worked with before), paper crafting, glittering by hand, and decoupaging.
I do a lot of painting, but I don’t typically work with decoupage or glitter. (Unless you count my DIY glitter Christmas ornaments or the recent epoxy paint pour art I made, which had hints of glitter in it.)
So it was great doing something a bit outside of my comfort zone. Even if I’m going to be finding super fine gold specs of glitter around my dining room for months.
You can head over to the DecoArt Blog to check out a complete step-by-step tutorial for this project, as well as a bunch of other great projects. You can download the “eat cake for breakfast” cut file here and catch a peek of the piece below!
If you like large DIY faux canvas art, check out my large DIY faux canvas art, my gold foil abstract and black canvas art, and an oldie but a goodie—make engineering prints into wall decor. You can also check out roundups of my past painted furniture projects...and then some more of my DecoArt projects!
Share my Kate Spade inspired decor on Pinterest!