Recreate a Design on Canvas

Hi there, this is Bianca from Lotus Theory Designs!

So, I did a thing. Never having painted on canvas before (at least not without wine, my girlfriends, and a paint instructor), I decided to take the plunge and try something new.

I have always wanted to try my hand at canvas painting but something held me back. It wasn’t until my recent dresser, where I freehand painted a flower-scape, I realized I was being silly and told myself – Girl, pick up that brush!

And so, before my newfound burst of courage would have a chance to retreat back into hiding, I immediately ran to the nearest craft store and purchased a canvas.

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Watch how I achieved this look below!

The canvas slightly varies from the dresser, which was intentional. On the dresser I did a straight base of Buttercream, rather than a blend of Drop Cloth and Burlap like on the canvas.

I also learned painting on canvas rather than the smooth substrate of furniture is quite different. In the future, I will remember that nugget of info and apply accordingly. Yes, I said in the future. Canvases everywhere, I’m coming for you!

For more information on this painted set, click here!

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  1. Cheryl Atkinson says:

    That looks awesome and you make it look easy and fun. Watch out canvases. Biamca is on fire!

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Cheryl, thanks so much for your sweet comment! We’re so glad you loved this project. Yes Bianca is amazing!! Happy painting! 🙂

  2. Debra Hubbs says:

    Love this! Would love to try doing this. Sort of wish it wasn’t in fast motion lol. Beautiful job on both the dresser and the canvas.

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Debra, we’re so glad you’re loving this look! You can slow down the YouTube video by clicking the gear shaped icon and changing the playback speed to 0.25. We hope you try out this style on a piece of your own. Happy painting! 🙂

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