Hi everyone! I’m here to share my very first project as a Marketing Contributor:Papercrafts for Canvas Corp. The whole CCB Crew was given a 4×4 Stretched Natural Canvas to decorate anyway we wanted as long as it represented me/my style. Well, this is what I came up with. First I spritzed with both, Bahama Blue Glimmer Mist, Mint Julip Glimmer Mist on the canvas and let dry.
I used a combination of Maritime 6×6 Paper Pad, Poses and Reflections Gypsy Moments Cardstock, Conservatory 6×6 Paper Pad, to decorate the front and sides of the canvas along with a few embellishments I had on hand.
This is one of my favorite sayings and knew it was the perfect choice to be included. The gems that I used on the butterfly as its body is from an old prom dress.
The dancer I fussy cut from the Poses and Reflections Gypsy Moments Cardstock and I added the butterfly wings which I cut from the Conservatory 6×6 Paper Pad. I finished her off with a little banner I cut from scraps, beads and twine.
This is the first time I have ever had a chance to decorate a canvas and let me tell you. I am hooked!!! I had so much fun with this that I bought some more to try my hand at…so stay tuned to see what I come up with on those. 😉
If you have any questions about this project please let me know.
Other Supplies: Paper Doily, Beads, Twine, Gems, Dew Drops, Sequins, Thread, Pearlized Pins, Buttons, Chalk Ink, Paper Flower, Tulle
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Friday is awesome and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone!!! I’m here to share a project I created using the Eileen Hull: Food Jar, 3-D and Spoon Diecut which is for the New Beginnings-Art with Heart Challenge. This die has so many possible uses. I wanted to create something with a whimsical vintage Springy theme and this is what I came up with.
The jar base is cut from mat board which I inked all of the edges and then adhered together. I dressed it up with cardstock from the Lost and Found collection from My Mind’s Eye. I added a little bit of tissue paper into the “bottom” of the jar. I fussy cut the Flower Fairy Vintage Graphics out and adhered to the tissue paper, added moss and then proceeded to add lace and the flowers that I had punched/cut out and shaped.
The butterfly and the little birdie is fussy cut from theVintage Spring Printable-Country Living Project sheet. For the butterfly I added a little Stickles and an antenna made from 24 gauge bead wire which I wrapped with Tim Holtz Elements Tissue Tape.
The little spoon is cut from mat board and to get its shape I dampened the bottom half of it. I used the largest stylus to make a “bowl”. I then used an actual baby’s spoon to finish shaping the “bowl” and the handle. Once dry I inked and adhered cardstock to the front and back of the spoon and inked it again. 🙂
I added a bit of moss, little birdie and a punched flower, sequins and dew drops to finish off this adorable spoon.
Also some other challenges I would like to submit my little Spring Fairy to:
Eileen Hull: Sizzix ScoreBoards Die – Food Jar, 3-D and Spoon
Other Sizzix Dies: Flower, 3-D Rose, Sizzlits: Flower #2 and Sizzlets: Stampin’ Up Little Leaves
24 Gauge Bead Wire
Tim Holtz Elements Tissue Tape
Versa Magic Dew Drop: Aquatic and Oasis Green Chalk Ink
My Mind’s Eye: Lost and Found Collection
The Robin’s Nest: Pink Glitter Cardstock, Dew Drops
Eclectic Anthology: Flower Fairy Vintage Graphics
The Graphic Fairy: Vintage Spring Printable-Country Living Project
If you want to play along with these challenges be sure to stop by Eileen Hull’s blog, Paper Sweeties and Cut It Up Blog Challenge for more details. Also if you have any questions let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Thursday is awesome and enjoy creating!!!
Hi everyone! I’m back to share a quick card I created for a customer and I’m also submitting it for a “What’s Bugging You” challenge over at Cut it Up! blog. The base of the card and the butterfly I used some sheets out of the Artist Paper 6×6 Paper pad from Paper House. I soooo love the design, quotes and how colorful the scrapbook paper is in this pack. I used bits and pieces of scrapbook paper, inked the edges with Martha Stewart Dusk Blue Chalk Ink.
I applied Ceramcoat Turquoise acrylic paint around the end of a toilet paper and Anita’s White acrylic paint around the inside of a bottle cap to make random circles to the front of the card.
The sentiment I printed from the computer and glued to the top of the card. Next I used Sizzix Bigz Beautiful Butterflies diecut to cut two butterflies out. I adhered the center of the smaller butterfly on top of the larger butterfly. I then adhered to the card front.
I used a scrap of ribbon for the body, three sequins and sewing push pins for the antennas and adhered to the butterfly.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your day is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!