WHAT YOU’LL NEED
[A] Digital image of your [D] Thin posterboard also [F] Masking or duct tape [L] Fabric/craft glue
desired painting For best large enough for your desired for taping posterboard
results, pick a piece that has result. If you can’t find large [M] Yarn or other border
large swaths of solid color, enough pieces, you can tape [G] Ruler or measuring fabrics for outlining shapes
such as a cubist or modern them together to make the tape and details
painting. In other words, desired size. More poster-
pointillism might not be the board can be layered for a [H] X-Acto knife for cutting [N] Stick pins for holding
best choice. 3D effect, if desired. foamboard pieces in place
[B] Digital projector like [E] Different colors and [I] Black Sharpie for tracing [O] Very small paintbrush
those used in office presenta- textures of fabric to for gluing yarn to pieces
tions. Just make sure it will replicate the different paint [J] Scissors for cutting
work with your computer. colors. I recommended using posterboard and fabric
fabric that is thin enough to
[C] Piece of foamboard cut fold easily, without being too [K] Double-stick
to the size of your desired sheer. I found mine at JoAnn cellophane tape
result. This can be found at a Fabric and Craft.
craft store like Michaels.
Frame to fit the piece once
finished, without glass
Special thanks to world-renowned violist and artist Emanuel Vardi ( vardiart.com) as
well as Reflection Fine Art ( reflectionfineart.com) for generously granting permission
to print this piece.