Thin art board - heart, star, hexagon, triangle, ca 10 x 10 x 0,5cm
€3.95 – €4.95 €2.45 – €4.95
Small wooden hearts for DIY 10pcs (4x3.5cm)
Wooden heart for DIY, approx. 12 x 11 x 0.3 cm
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Which type of art board, MDF or wooden base, should you choose for your creations when crafting gifts, decorations, design and interior elements for your home, accessories for children's rooms, unique jewelry, keychains?
Thin art boards are perfect for techniques like (Cricut) paper art or engraving art! They can also be used as decorative elements in your home.
You can create door signs, holiday decorations, name signs for children's rooms, photo accessories for baby's first months, unique jewelry, keychains, and more.
Thick art boards are ideal for string art, but they can also be used for paper art or engraving art! In fact, they can be used as home decorations as well.
How can you make your paper art or string art even more interesting?One option is to combine different art techniques, such as incorporating string art techniques into paper art or vice versa. This can add depth and texture to your work.
Don't be afraid to experiment with different techniques and discover new creative possibilities!
How to treat wood and MDF board - paint, wax, oil, or varnish?MDF art boards can be varnished, waxed, or oiled according to your preference and intended use.
Varnishing, waxing, and oiling are all different ways to protect and preserve wood or MDF board while achieving the desired appearance.
Varnishing provides a glossy protective layer that reduces the damaging effects of moisture and dirt. You can choose between glossy and matte finishes for varnishes.
Waxing gives a warm and natural look to the art board. The wax covers the board with a thin layer and provides a subtle sheen. Wax protects the board from water damage and scratches but is not as durable as varnish.
Oiling, on the other hand, gives the board a matte or satin appearance and protects it from moisture and dirt. Unlike varnishes and waxes, oil does not form a film on the wood. Instead, the oil penetrates the pores of the wood, giving it a natural look.
Before treatment, it is essential to sand the art board properly and remove any sanding dust. Also, ensure that the surface to be treated is clean and dry!
For more information on treating MDF art boards, refer to THIS LINK.
You can also paint an art board according to your preference. If desired, you can use the same color as your home walls or furniture to create a harmonious look. Use a suitable brush or roller to apply the paint evenly. If you want to paint the art board with nails, use spray paint.
Before painting, lightly sand the surface with sandpaper to remove any irregularities and improve adhesion. If desired, you can cover the painted art board with varnish to protect it from scratches and dirt and prolong its lifespan.