Painters canvas drop cloth is one of my most favorite materials to use when I am working on home decor projects. You may wonder why I love it so much. Basically, its for its versatility. There are so many ways to transform this material. Over the years I have created many projects. I thought it would be a great idea to share what I have done in the past and I have 8 super easy painters canvas drop cloth project ideas that anyone can do!
Sometimes I get an idea in my head about a project I want to do, and often times it involves some type of fabric. I live in a small town where we do not have access to stores where I might be able to purchase anything I might need. Because of this, I have to be creative and flexible when I am working on a project, especially if it is a spur of the moment project. So, I have to dip into my project stashes at my home. And something I always have in my stash is painters canvas drop cloth.
I have used my painters canvas drop cloth for so many different projects, that I feel like it has become second nature to use it whenever I am looking for material for a project. The color and texture of the painters canvas drop cloth allows itself to be very versatile in my home, which centers around a more neutral pallet. However, if you keep reading, you will see that it can be used in a more colorful environment and transform into practically anything.
I love grainsack fabric, but I often find it to be quite expensive to buy the real stuff. So, with this project, I created my own grainsack fabric by using painters canvas drop cloth and a little bit of paint! Click the link or image above to see the full tutorial.
I made this drop cloth flag one evening while watching Jimmy Fallon. Jimmy Fallon makes everything more fun. This was really easy to make. I made this sign for fall, but have thought about making more. Maybe one for Christmas and another for the summer or spring! They hold up well outdoors because I used paint and a fabric medium to paint the painters canvas drop cloth in order to protect it. Click the link or image above to see the full tutorial.
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