I grabbed my camera, thinking that I probably had a project I did before I got super busy.
There were seventy pictures.
I did a few more projects than I realized.
This one was done a month, or so, ago. My daughter and I decided to paint a reusable backdrop for one of my bulletin boards at school. You could use it for a bulletin board, or you could do it smaller, and use it as a backdrop for pictures or to hang in a room or some other brilliant use for this easy project.
This one was super easy, folks.
I bought five yards of fabric from WalMart in a pale blue. Lucky me, it was $1.98 a yard. It's not thick, just cheap broadcloth.
I used green and white paint to create the clouds and grass. I used acrylic. I don't need to wear it, so the fabric getting crusty didn't bother me.
I plan on using this a lot. Right now, it's part of a beach scene so I covered up the grass with blue paper to be the ocean. Give it a month, and I'll take off the beach and add some flowers, totally using the grass. It will work well for the fall boards, too, when I put up my trees.