Friday, April 06, 2012

She Art Canvas x 2

Hello Blog Readers!

I've been busy the past few days getting my Craft On! We purchased a new dining rooLinkm table 2 nights ago and I haven't left my chair!! Seriously. I've created 2 canvas and a layout and for me that's huge!

I was inspired by Christy's CHA Video creating a She Art Canvas ...
CliCK Here to Watch it at Scraptime.ca ---

Ep. 733 – Christy Tomlinson shows us her process for Making her Art!

Once I saw this video I immediately grabbed my Pink Paislee She Art goodies and created!



This first canvas (measuring 10x10) took me about 2 hours or less. I loved it! I loved the rubons, the diecuts, and wowie i made a mess but sooooo liberating!



I was so inspired I want to create a set of 4 canvas' to display in my scrap room. Stay Tuned for more next week!

The next day I wanted to make more .... I just loved my first one so i wanted to try another style, and other papers.... wasn't so giddyup on the thought of creating my own but it turned out ok. I used this funky embossed paper and it didn;t settle well on Modge Podge, but i love the My Little Shoebox papers I used ( Thanks to ZoZo!)


This canvas is 11x14 - a bit larger, I tried to create some form of grass and sky ... um ya that didn't work so well but it still turned out ok. These are really so much fun.. if you haven't tried this yet ---- you should!

Want some ideas on how to create She Girls or Mixed Media canvas' .. visit Christy's Blog for more info and check out her demos! Love that she does videos to showcase her techniques and products ;-)

Thanks for dropping by!
Kristine

8 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous you rock Kristine!

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  2. These are GORGEOUS Christine!!!

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  3. Wow! These are gorgeous!! So inspiring!!

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  4. Incredible work, Kristine!! Amazing use of color!

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  5. Kristine, these girls are stunning!! You have done a fabulous job!!

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  6. Ever think about doing a class on mixed media? I would so do it!

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  7. Wow Kristine,,,stunning creations! Makes me want to give it a try!

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  8. WOW! HUGE impact! Love the colors & textures...just beautiful!

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