Text and Illustrations by Kris Richards
And here's the completed cane
applied to a papier maché frame...
Here's how it looks as a graphics image, all linked together as one big cane!
In reality, I glued it (using Sobo brand glue) to a papier maché
frame, then painted the back and inside of the frame
with two coats of acrylic paint.
Look below to see the actual caned frame!
Here it is!
I added a stripe from another kaliedoscope cane,
only this one was done with different colors...
(mainly white, navy and purple.)
More ideas on how to use canes:
- cover bottles
- cover tinware
- cover papier maché shapes (coat with Sobo Glue and allow to dry tacky)
- cover glass votives
- cover metal jar lids
- cover acrylic frames
Have fun! Hope you liked it!
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