Fevicryl Acrylic Colours Black 02, Dark Green 06, White 27, Cerulean Blue 32, Sky Blue 63, Teal Blue 68, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Canvas Sheet, Fine Art Brushes, White Rangoli Powder (Silica Powder), A3 Jute Fabric, A3 White Paper, Yellow Carbon Paper, Pencil, White Wool, Scissors, Blue Big Bead, Thick Wooden Stick, Colour Palette, Water Container
African Batik style celebrates rich and colourful traditions with intricate designs that represent nature, animals, and everyday life. Make this DIY Tapestry with African Batik Style using Fevicryl Acrylic Colours, and transform your plain walls into a vibrant canvas!
Take a jute fabric as the base for creating the African batik design tapestry with animal and bird motifs.
Paint the jute fabric with a mixture of Fevicryl Acrylic Colour Black 02, Dark Green 06 and Cerulean Blue 32. Let it dry.
Take A3 white paper draw and trace the design inspired from the African batik design with animal print on it. Take the rear side of Fine Art Canvas sheet, trace the same design on it. Take Fevicryl Acrylic Colour White 27 and white rangoli powder, mix well and apply around the animal and bird motif to get the texture. Let it dry.
Paint the design using Fevicryl Acrylic Colours Black 02, Dark Green 06, White 27, Cerulean Blue 32, Sky Blue 63 and Teal Blue 68. Let it dry.
Stick the painted design on the jute base using Fevicryl Fabric Glue. Let it dry.
Take a thick wooden stick, attach the stick to the painted fabric with Fabric Glue. Let it dry. Attach white woolen tassel with the bead towards the bottom side of the tapestry fabric with needle and thread, attach the white wool to the stick.
Your final tapestry with the African Design will look like this.
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