Do you remember plastic canvas? I remember using this crafty supply with yarn when I was younger. I used it to learn the art of stitching and counting. There were countless summer visits to my aunt's house as a child that ended up with a quick plastic canvas craft of either a heart or butterfly design. I have not used plastic canvas since I was probably 9 years old. Let's just say it has been quite some time since I got crafty with this supply!
When I bought my sheet of plastic canvas, I knew I wanted to pair it with something other than yarn. I was playing around with some Maya Road Paper Twine, weaving it in and out of my plastic canvas. I snipped one of the ends off and began twisting it. The paper started to unravel and had such a cool look to it! After I saw how cool the paper looked, I started weaving my twine and unraveling the paper trying to come up with an idea. After playing around with my paper twine for a while, I thought it would look awesome to create dimensional flowers with my twine and add them to a frame. My flowers popped right out of my frame!
FYI...You can create this project in less than 30 minutes!
Did you use plastic canvas as a kid? What did you make?