When you lose someone special to you, it can be the ultimate high of sadness. They are fond memories and bring back feelings that still remain with you to this day. Photographs are a wonderful way of keeping the moments alive in memory. This can make excellent gifts on special occasions or for every day events. Not only does it make the artwork up closer to the memory, it helps keep the memory alive from frame to frame.
After losing my Mother, and seeing the photo of her younger sister on the canvas with her in the picture, I saw how wonderful this art was and how beautiful it could be placed in my home. And because I love art in general, I also gave it as gifts on many occasions. Another special gift is a small one. By having a hand drawn portrait designed for your birthday, anniversary, wedding, or a gift and getting it framed, you can keep it with you at all times and display it with pride. Each time someone notices your gift, it can remind them of the giver in the person who drew the portrait for them.
Delitty minute scrape off the excessive glitter or paint the background the color you want. Then, begin to lay out the outline of the artwork by using a thick page of newspaper and cover it with a piece or two of plain paper. Any material that will not be damaged and allowed to fall back to the ground should be used for the background. You can add the background later as a part of the project. In the beginning, outline the background and paint the outline the color the way you want. When it is dry and completely visible, you can then place and sticker, stamp, criticize on it and make any necessary changes. Then, simply slip a back into the backing in order to complete the project.