This is shaping up to be a fun craft
It’s amazing what you can create with some simple embroidery floss. Normally we use it to stitch our felt animal stuffies, but today we are using it to make some art. This embroidery floss artwork is very easy to make — just follow the numbered template that Meagan designed!
Along with the template below, we also have a quick video tutorial you can watch to help guide you.
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Our embroidery floss artwork features abstract shapes, which are simple to recreate with our template. We have also linked the four different colors of floss that we used. You can use the same shades as we did or pick some other colors to experiment with.
Once you are finished making your new piece of art, you can frame it and hang it up on the wall or place it on a shelf. For our embroidery floss artwork, we chose a wood frame and spray painted the white mat to complement our floss colors a little more. We hope you have fun getting creative with this easy craft project — and be sure to share your new artwork with us by tagging #MadeWithLia.
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- DMC Embroidery Floss — 221, 3778, 3824, and 3856
- Textured Water Color Paper — 140 lb (cut paper down to 8.5″x11″ before printing template)
- Pink Spray Paint (optional — for mat in frame)
- Frame — (to fit 8.5″x11″ artwork)
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