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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Christmas Canvas- 2nd Sample

Dear Scrappers,

After finishing my previous sample, I realized that I didn't have enough white embroidery paper for all the class kits. Thus, I decided to do a sample using an more gold color palette coordinating with the other papers included in the handmade paper pack:



I let my kids (my 6 yo boy and my 4 yo daughter) help me cover some of the dimensional shapes from CTMH with washi tape. Btw they each did a triangle of my Christmas tree sample...
I know they might not be perfect, but I love them because they made them :-)
Thus, I left mine out and just showcase theirs. I might put a note in the back of the canvas to journal their ages and the date they made the ornaments...

I added the same elements to the canvas and this time I distressed with brass Tim Holtz distressing ink...
I added three silk flowers from Michaels and used a different punch around the page punch from MS...


I was very surprise to realize that my son's ornaments weren't that different from mine, meaning that he is very talented (or I that I not that much... Let's keep it at he is really talented ;-)
He even added a smily face with my crop-a-dile...
I added some inked veneer birds that I got from Stamp Antonio last year.


I stamped some Christmas flowers with clear ink (CTMH) and sprinkle some golden glitter embossing powder and heat embossed the sole background:




I used a different sentiment from another CTMH stamp set from last year and stamped directly to a piece of the gold-pieces-containing paper, trimmed it, and attached with dimensional glue dots:


I will submit this project again to the Connie can Crop blog challenge, We washi you a Merry Christmas:
http://conniecancrop.blogspot.com/2013/12/monthly-challenge-17-we-washi-you-merry.html

I hope you enjoy this project and its versatility...
Best weekend to you my dear scrappers,

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Vicky Tovar

1 comment:

  1. This is another fabulous canvas and your kids did a great job helping!! I love it!! Thanks for entering again!! Scrappy hugs, Connie

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