Are you guys dying to see the finished result? It’s pretty awesome, if I do say so myself. It was time consuming, that’s for sure. But it really wasn’t very difficult. I’d rate this easy on the difficulty scale. You can do it! I believe in you! Obviously, the smaller and less complex the image, the easier it is. I’m not sure if I’m crazy about the white string so I’m still contemplating doing a gold wash on it (that means I will do it just as soon as I have time) and if I do, I will definitely be posting pictures. The next two steps are the easy parts. Ask my hands and finger nails, the nailing was the hard part. I’d take a picture of my damaged hands but it’s a horror show. I need a manicure and help from Candice at Cosmetic Chaos.
Alright, let’s get this project finished! Remember to refer back to part one here.
Watch this video on stringing the string!
Hang your art. If you used plywood, like I did, you will want to screw it into a stud because it can be quite heavy. Once your beautiful string art is done, take a seat and enjoy! You’ve done something awesome today.