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Today, we're getting sophisticated with pasta art. A few pieces of pasta, a cheap white frame, and a little hand lettering creates attractive and practical kitchen art. And the inspiration for this easy and affordable artwork? This month's issue of All You Magazine.
Look at it sitting there right in the checkout line at my local Harris Teeter -- full of cost-saving tips and ideas. So unassuming. Not only does this month's issue feature several ideas for creating unique and affordable artwork, there's an entire pasta 101 spread with tips on when to use what pasta shape along with affordable recipes. So, after you've boned up on your pasta knowledge but just before you cook up the dishes, set a few pieces of pasta aside to create your own unique and affordable artwork for your kitchen. Bonus: You're likely to get more than enough savings to pay for the magazine and all the supplies to make this project by using the dozens of coupons sprinkled throughout the magazine. Double Bonus: Get a coupon for a $1 off the magazine (along with info on where to buy it) here. Read on for the full tutorial and more photos.
MATERIALS: pasta in various shapes, plain white photo frames with the glass removed, white card stock, hot glue gun and glue sticks, sharp pencil
Cut the white card stock to fit into your photo frame as necessary. Layout the pasta in a grid, allowing plenty of space between each piece. Glue each piece into place with a small bead of hot glue.
Use a nice sharp pencil to label each pasta shape in cursive. Display and enjoy!
Disclosure: I completed this post as part of a marketing campaign for All You Magazine with Pollinate Media Group®. As part of the campaign, I received compensation. All opinions -- and pasta-gluein' skillz -- are my own. Thanks for supporting the sponsors that help keep Fabric Paper Glue goin'!