Canada is celebrating it’s 150th Birthday on July 1st this year. I’m crossing my fingers that the rain will stop for long enough for us to enjoy some time outside on the big day. But even if it doesn’t, this Canada Day String Art can be enjoyed indoors or outdoors.
I’ve always been intrigued by string art, and I really would like to tackle this. It looks so cool, right? Sarah from Flourish & Knot is a master of the DIY, and this project is no exception and I simply love how her easy step by step guide shows you how you can DIY and make any type of string art yourself.
Be sure to follow all the other bloggers along all summer long. Before we head on over to Sarah’s blog, let’s get to know her a little better:
- What is your favorite summer memory? Travelling with my family – Prince Edward Island (with all its Anne of Green Gables.
- What is your favorite family vacation? I loved our honeymoon to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
- What is your favorite summer drink? A crisp Riesling.
I’m totally there with you Sarah on the crisp Riesling. No wonder you had your honeymoon at Niagara-on-the-Lake. Let’s head on over to Sarah’s blog to check out her amazing project —–> Canada Day String Art