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Easy Guitar Art

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Want to give your guitar a new look but don't want to spend ANY money at all?  Wellyou've come to the right place.

With some time and effort, you will get the results as shown below

It took me around 1-2 hours to do this

 
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Step 2: Choosing Your Design

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When choosing or making your design, choose/make one that has only one colour and that isn't too complicated.

After that, print your design out in A4 paper

Step 4: Trace out your art

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Now, carefully trace out your design with permanent marker.


After that, carefully cut out your design with a pair of scissors or blade

Step 5: Finishing up the design

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Now, place the design that you just cut out onto a piece of A4 paper.

Use your permanent marker to trace around the art and colour it again to fill up any blanks.

Step 6: Stick it onto your guitar

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Choose where you want to stick your design, for me I'd stick it on the bottom right of the guitar as it doesn't obstruct you when your jamming on your guitar.

Turn your design around so that the white surface is facing up. Take your glue and dab around the surface and carefully place it on your guitar.

Take a wet cloth, and wipe around your design to lose the glue stains.


Step 7: And there you have it....

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There you have it... please comment and rate =)
ms.moth3 years ago
Lovely! I wish i had thought about stencilling when i re-vamped my guitar!

pagosapig4 years ago
spiffy. I like it. I think I will do this as soon as a get a new guitar.
Thanks, good job.
toakhong (author)  pagosapig4 years ago
 thank you :)
pzy14 years ago

ellow all,i know speaking inglish abit's..sorry ya my language...

firstly i wan to know wt paper when we wan start to print the picture..paper  A4 common we use when wan print ka or different paper.
 

toakhong (author)  pzy14 years ago
 Hi, for me I used common A4 paper. But pretty much any kind of paper could be used
lemonie4 years ago
If you're cutting the design out - had you thought of using a stencil and paint instead?

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toakhong (author)  lemonie4 years ago
Well no, won't it smudge?
It wouldn't smudge if done carefully. Just a thought.

L