String art projects are all over the web. Try it for yourself, following our step-by-step instructions to make your crafting experience a whole lot easier.
By Ellen FoordMore in Decorating
Before starting your string art, remember to cut plywood to size, sand, stain and add a coat of polyurethane. Then, in order to trace the copy onto the plywood and pencil in the placement of the nails, cover the front face of the plywood with kraft paper.
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