The canvas is a 5x7. I painted the canvas with Folk Art paint French Blue. Once all dried up I then used my honeycomb stencil with the whipped spackle and put the sections on canvas.
I used the Tim Holtz idea-ology paper and glued a section onto canvas. Using the brown ink, the edges of the paper were inked to give it a distress look.
The clock is a cardboard piece from Twiddleybitz in which I painted in black, the face of clock in white and used a black marker to highlight the numbers of the clock.
Using this die I cut out a white cardstock and a black one glued the together and glued one of the keys I had in my stash. The bottom stamps were also used to stamp on the canvas. After pieces were glued to the canvas I used the brown ink in various spots to give it a vintage look.
I created an art journal page for the fall inspiration. The stamped image was colored and cut out.
For the sky I used some blue ink(two different shades) and with a paper towel |I wiped it all over to give it this look. For the mountain or uneven ground I cut out two solid green and a flowered print to give it more dimension. The clouds and sun are die cut outs that \I have in my collection. This cute squirrel can be purchased at http://sunsationalstamps.com/product-category/clear-stamps/fall/page/2/.
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For this card I selected a purple cardstock and cut it a bit smaller than the original card and then cut out the white cardstock a bit smaller than the purple piece.
I then imprinted the white cardstock with this cuttlebug template. Selected this purple ribbon to add on the bottom of card.
|Using the carriage and Conratulations die I cut them in the same purple as the one used on card. I selected a purple brad as a heart shape to attach the ribbon. I then glued the purple cardstock to original card and then the white imprinted paper on top. The carriage and wording was the glued on the imprinted paper. The ribbon was then folded and attached with the brad. I then glued the ribbon flipping a small piece in the back of the white imprinted cardstock to give it a clean finish.
I started by painting the top part with a bright yellow then adding in some red and orange to give it the beautiful highlights of a sky. The bottom was painted with a green and adding in some different shades of green to give it this look.
I cut out a cardstock with script and highlighted some of the edges with brown ink.
I cut out the two bears from the sunsational stamps. Using some markers, I colored in the bears and the fire.
Glued all pieces onto page and added a quote which is part of another camping set which is available to purchase http://sunsationalstamps.com
Thanks for viewing hope you were inspired with my project. To view this stamp set here is the link
For this project I made an art journal page. To start off I painted the entire pages a bright yellow. I stenciled some painted dots and parts of googlies from another stencil. The top dots are in a light blue and the bottom ones are in a teal.
I layered some lines in two different shades of blue leaving some yellow and the indian brown.
I used watered down blue on top of the square stencil and also watered down green to go over the bottom dots.
Hi Everyone, This journal page was created to represent the Canada Day celebration. I started my art journal page by painting the sky area light blue. After I used a sponge and dabbed some darker blue and some white to give dimensions to the sky. For the green part I used some paper I had to create was should be some grass. I then cut out a fence using my die cutter and glued it in place. I hand cut the sky putting some stitching black markings on it and die cut some clouds. The clouds edges were done in blue ink. I cut out some birds and colored them with marker then pasted them on page.
The moose is a stamp from http://sunsationalstamps.com/. I used the first moose as its original size and downsized the other two to make them smaller, giving them baby moose look. I colored in the Canada hat and the flag to represent my country. The pole was drawn in grey marker and then added my quote.
To make this card I used the measurements of a box card using the help on you tube video. I then selected the dark blue cardstock and a patterned light blue for the top layers. I then cut out different shapes from the digital stamp collection I received from sunsationalstamps.com. A box card is very simple and fun to create.