Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas

 Want to bring a bit of snow inside your home without the mess and drips? Then let me show you how to create this amazing Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas using a fabulous product from DecoArt… Snow~Tex. This wonderful product is so much fun to work with and adds texture to your craft project. It is like adding snow to any craft without the worry of melting.

Create a snow covered Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas with Snow-tex for your Christmas Decor in your home via Uncommon Designs.I love the way this reindeer turned out, the simplicity of the white, combined with the fun texture really makes this a unique and creative Christmas decoration for my home.

Let’s Get Crafting!

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Supplies Needed for Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas : 

Step One:

deco_art_multi_surface_satin_cottonballPaint the wooden reindeer silhouette with the Cottonball paint color using the foam paint brush, and allow to dry fully. This multi- surface paint is fantastic. It coats your projects extremely well.

Step Two:

snow_tex_reindeer_canvas_decoartUsing a stencil brush, apply the Snow-Tex to the painted front surface of the wooden reindeer cutout. I simply scooped out a small amount of the Snow-Tex with the stencil brush onto the wooden surface. I then used a circular motion to spread the Snow-Tex, repeating until the entire front of the reindeer was coated. I wanted a rough texture, not smooth. You can add more Snow-Tex if you see that you have missed any areas. While it was still wet. I use a tooth pick around the edges of the reindeer to clean up any Snow-Tex that had settled into the curves. Allow the Snow-Tex to dry fully.

Step Three:

burlap_canvas_nail_headsWhile the Snow-Tex is drying, add the nail heads to the burlap canvas. I found the burlap canvas ready-made. You could certainly cover an artist canvas in burlap as well. I simply pushed the nail heads into the corners of the burlap canvas.

Step Four:

reindeer_canvas_snow_tex_deco_artUse your hot glue gun to adhere the reindeer silhouette onto the burlap canvas. I pressed from underneath as well, to make sure the glue attached well. Next I added a little jingle bell accent…

jingle_bells_snow_tex_reindeerI threaded some brown and white baker’s twine with three small bronze jingle bells. I tied the baker’s twine around and antler and used a small amount of hot glue to secure it all in place.

That Is It! 

Create a snow covered Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas for your Christmas Decor using Snow-tex in your home via Uncommon Designs.I love neutral decorations at Christmas, and this one turned out great! I love the textured look of the Snow-Tex combined with the organic element of the burlap…

Create a snow covered Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas for your Christmas Decor using Snow-tex in your home via Uncommon Designs.The Snow-Tex is really fun to work with. It adds so much texture and depth to surfaces. I love the look of the faux snow on my little reindeer…

Create a snow covered Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas for your Christmas Decor using Snow-tex in your home via Uncommon Designs.I can not wait to decorate my home for the holidays, and this little Reindeer Canvas will be the perfect accent to compliment my decor.

Create a snow covered Reindeer Silhouette Burlap Canvas for your Christmas Decor using Snow-tex in your home via Uncommon Designs.So, what will you be creating this holiday season? Try combining textures like Snow-Tex, neutrals of the cottonball color, and burlap together for a warm, cozy feeling this holiday season!

And if you want more of the feel of snow, try these Wooden Snowflake Ornaments

Snow tipped wooden snowflake Christmas ornament using snowtex snow-tex via Uncommon Designs

Enjoy the holiday season!

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Welcome to Uncommon Designs. I am Bonnie Mauney and the co-author here at Uncommon Designs. My love for creating crafts, home decor, seasonal decor, and sewing has led me to my desire to share that with you here at our blog. I am happy to have you stop by our little slice of the blog world and join us in Creating A Beautiful Life!

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