How to Do an Easy Altered Art Project With Found Objects

Alter a found object with found objects and create a personal home decor piece.

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How to Do an Easy Altered Art Project With Found Objects
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Cover the bread board with a layer of structure paste with a pallet knife. Adhere some pieces of tissue wrap. Use a stencil to add structure paste to the surface. Dry it with a heat tool.

Cover the bread board with a layer of structure paste with a pallet knife. Adhere some pieces of tissue wrap. Use a stencil to add structure paste to the surface. Dry it with a heat tool.

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Apply Colorations spray to the surface with a flat tool, like some foam. Spray with a mist of water.  Dry it and repeat the process until you're happy.

Apply Colorations spray to the surface with a flat tool, like some foam. Spray with a mist of water. Dry it and repeat the process until you're happy.

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You might want to add more intense color with distress ink; also the edges.

You might want to add more intense color with distress ink; also the edges.

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Add the finishing touches and embellishments, the glass pebbles and found feathers.

Add the finishing touches and embellishments, the glass pebbles and found feathers.

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A close-up!

A close-up!

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The finished project on the wall... You can see I added some Tuxedo Velvet paint to the edges of the project.

The finished project on the wall... You can see I added some Tuxedo Velvet paint to the edges of the project.

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LOVE it!

LOVE it!

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Another close-up of the yummy texture and color!

Another close-up of the yummy texture and color!

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I made a lot of different pictures; I knew I wasn't going to be able to photograph this at home: a funny picture: the project with a lot of glass pebbles to get you in the mood! (grin)

I made a lot of different pictures; I knew I wasn't going to be able to photograph this at home: a funny picture: the project with a lot of glass pebbles to get you in the mood! (grin)

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See you next time, or on my blog PAPER-STAMPS-COLOR!

See you next time, or on my blog PAPER-STAMPS-COLOR!

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