Ever since I hung up my hexagon tissue paper “painting,” I’ve wanted to make a matching piece of hexagon art.
Our laundry room door is centered on the wall, and I wanted to be able to put matching hexagon art on either side of the door.
I found a pretty simple solution. I took the same size canvas, the same hexagon hole punch, and the same color scheme and made a random pattern out of scrapbook paper I had lying around.
I found some gold glitter paper, which matched the gold lettering on the tissue paper painting.
I then found whites and pale greens, which matched the background design.
I glued the hexagons onto the canvas in a random order, and voila! Easy hexagon art.
At first I tried Mod Podge, both under and on top of the paper, but it wasn’t strong enough to hold the thick paper. I ended up using super glue, and it works great! The colors aren’t bleeding, either.
It only took me about 45 minutes from start to finish, which isn’t bad at all!
What do you think? What colors and shapes would you use?
Randi M. Shaffer says
Gold glitter! I like this, it looks so fun! PS: Nice couch.
Randi with an i
That looks so good! I have something similar with circles in my office area 🙂