The flute is played in the treble clef. If you aren't sure what that is, basically it just means where the notes played in the higher range are written.
****If you are still reading, I think I should tell you that you don't have to be a music nerd to appreciate this project. It can be adapted to any shape and size. ****
The reason I tell you all of these things is so that you will understand why I chose a treble clef sign to decorate my music room with.
On to the tutorial. You will need:
Envirotex Pour on Resin
I began by sketching a trable clef sign onto my foam core. You can faintly see it in the photo.... if you squint.
Next, I painted the treble clef sign black.
You will then use your exacto knife to cut out the shape and then paint the sides.
The next step I don't have a picture for because I didn't want resin on my camera. (go figure) But you just pour the Envirotex resin over the top of the foam core and then let it sit for like a couple of days. (Follow the directions on the box. They are pretty easy to follow.)
Once it's dry, hang it up on the wall and enjoy. I really love the way it turned out.