Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Lucky Canvas Project with "Charmed"

"Top o the morning to you."  I'm happy to be sharing my Lucky Canvas Project featuring the "Charmed" collection.  This project isn't just for St. Patty's Day.  It's a great reminder of how lucky I am each and every day.


I love creating paper projects with lots of dimension and layering.  A canvas project provides a good base and can be displayed by hanging or on a stand.  To begin, I painted the 12"x 12" canvas black and layered 4 pieces of 6"x 6" patterned paper.  I took this great chipboard tree, covered it with sepia ink and gold glitter glue, then adhered to the canvas.

I stamped one of my favorite Julie Nutting dolls on white chipboard and stamped each part of the clothing on my desired patterned paper.  I placed some highlights on the skin of my doll with Copic markers, cut out the clothing/hair and adhered. Isn't she the cutest?
The final touches to this canvas include a portion of a paper doily, a few self-adhesive pearls, and those fabulous "Charmed" stickers and diecuts.
Supplies:
Authentique "Charmed" paper collection
Julie Nutting doll stamp
Copic markers
Tsukineko Versafine ink--vintage sepia
Delta paint--black
Want2Scrap chipboard tree, self-adhesive pearls
E6000 adhesive
paper doily
12" x 12" canvas


12 comments:

  1. Beautiful! The background caught my attention before the Julie Nutting stamp, but then she popped out! You can't go wrong with Julie Nutting stamps! :)

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  2. Estou apaixonada pelo papel authentique que vejo nas lojas virtuais,queria morar dentro da fabrica desse papel :).Beijo.Valéria.

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  3. It turned out really wonderful!

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