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Canvas Fun

I have had so much fun making this canvas.  I was very lucky to receive a melting pot from my amazing boss Elena for Christmas  :-)  I have not stopped playing with it.    So for this project I have made a canvas using the WOW molds and Embossing powder.



This months theme is Fabric,  I added a panel of burlap and  gesso to the canvas.  I used distress paint to give the back ground some colour.  Once it was dried I added embellishments . Which I made with embossing powders :-)


For this flower I made with Black Ultra High Embossing Powder and added some Blue Perfect pearls to it.


I made the branches using the Ultra High Gold Embossing Powder and  a cake mold along with the leaves.  For the leaves I used a mixture of Green Wow Embossing Powders.


To attach them to my canvas I have used really tackie glue,  you could used a heat gun too.


When I had finished with a colour in the melting pot I tipped it out onto a non stick, heat resistant craft mat.  Sometimes it came out in drops (orange) which made the perfect dew drops.  If you shake the pot around a bit when it comes out you can get a string effect (green)


I used these to add texture to my project.


For this last photo you can see some of the detail the embossing powder creates when pouring into a larger mold.  I love this as it gives the branches a real life look.  

I hope you have enjoyed my project, feel free to leave a comment.  I love to read what you think.  Remember each month we have a challenge and you have a great chance to win some embossing powders.  So if you have a project or time to make a project that uses embossing powder and fabric please link it up so we can all admire it.  Thanks for popping by.
Happy Scrappin xox Donna


Comments

  1. Not only is the canvas gorgeous but the embellishments are awesome! Love the drips too, so effective. Lucky girl to have the melt pot...

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  2. just beautiful - a wonderful make xx

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  3. Lovely canvas, and those flowers are just stunning!
    Alison x

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  4. Gorgeous canvas and piece of art, definitely making the most of your new pot and those branches are awesome

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