Monday, 13 February 2017

Being unique is better than being perfect - Box canvas using Woodware stamps & Wow! Embossing powders.

Welcome back to my crafty little blog.
Today I'd like to share with you another decorated canvas design.
This was a project we made at my shop Out Of The Blue in Chipping Sodbury near Bristol.
We teach workshops twice a month & try to add some different projects other than just card making.


Like the last canvas project I posted recently, this is made by using the reverse of the canvas. 
As our workshops are only 2 hours long, to save time I prepped everyone's blank canvas using turquoise acrylic paint.
We then spread texture paste through a Creative Expressions mask & once removed sprinkled glittery Wow embossing powder over the wet paste & heated with a heat tool until the paste bubbles & adds more texture.
The effect is lovely & also means the paste dries pretty quickly. Another time saver!.
Clear Versamark ink was dabbed around the edges of the canvas & heat embossed with the same powder.


We stamped the Woodware Whimsical Flower onto watercolour paper & coloured/painted the flowers with Koi brush marker pens.
The flowers were cut out & layered up leaving some areas unglued for shaping & to add dimension.
The flower was glued in place to the left side of the front of the canvas box.

Next, we created the sentiment to place in the recess of the box frame using another clear stamp set from Woodware.
Mini flowers were added & distress ink was blended around the edges.


The choice was given to add ribbon to the back to hang on the wall, but I think this canvas looks better just stood on a shelf as it is.
Just a few touches of Stickles glitter glue were all that was needed to finish.

As it's Valentine's Day tomorrow I'll be posting again tomorrow with a love themed card so please come back to take a look.

As always, your comments are much appreciated.

Amy x

5 comments:

  1. Hi Amy this is a gorgeous canvas. I have never thought of using the back of a canvas that is such a good idea. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  2. Wow, that's fabulous! What a great idea too. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  3. I love this. Brilliant xx

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  4. Love the work, this canvas is awesome and that flower is so pretty. great colors

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