Paint chip quatrefoil art.

Mod Podge Quatrefoil Art
I’m the person that loves to go to Home Depot (or Lowe’s) and get paint chips. I feel like there are so many wonderful things that you can do with them!  This intersecting circles wall art from Two Girls Being Crafty is a perfect example. The canvas takes a little bit of what I like to call “mathmagic” – but once you figure out the circles and how to cut them, it’s a great way to get an inexpensive piece of wall art. If you aren’t mathematically inclined, get the full tutorial with a template right here. I’m ready to make one with all blues! How about you?

Comments

  1. kellystar says

    you have inspired me to go steal…I mean swipe…I mean gather some paint chips…LOVE it

  2. The Stuff of Success says

    I LOVE paint chips and struggle to not pick up a few colors at a time when I go anywhere. I am so going to do something like this – my kids will love it!

  3. Jennifer says

    Ilove it! I am always stealing, I mean taking paint chip samples to see what colors I want to add in our home. This is a cute idea for the left over ones I have. :) Thanks for sharing Amy.

  4. Theophanie says

    That is so funny! I think I actually have more paint chips than Home Depot. I am always trying to find the PERFECT color.

  5. Kate says

    I love using paint chips for crafts…I am definitely going to try to make this or something like it. It looks so cool with all of the colors together!

  6. Becca says

    Ok, I’ve been stealing paint samples for a while with no purpose in site. This could be it.

  7. Raspberries and Ruffles says

    sooo cute! I think I will stop at the store after work and pick one up in every color. Love the idea. great job!