Hello there, here is a canvas I created using Viva Las VegaStamps and The Crafter´s Workshop stencils.
I have used various stencils and stamps on this project and here is also a little step-by-step tutorial for you:
I first gessoed the canvas and then applied 4 tones of acrylic paint onto it.
Next I took the “Baubles” 12×12 inch stencil and traced the pattern with a pencil onto a piece of white cardstock.
After that I fussy cut the image using a precision knife. I only used a piece that would fit the size of my canvas.
After that I misted the piece,
and then added some stamping.
I then added some black patterns for contrast onto the canvas background using the “Beaded curtain” 12×12 stencil.
I also grabbed a piece of tissue paper and stamped some black butterflies onto it. I then used “Glue n´ Seal” to adhere them to my canvas later.
I love in droplets, so I therefore had to add some also to this piece.
After the droplets were dry, I adhered the fussy cut stencil image piece over the canvas with “Glue n´ Seal”.
Next I took the “Texturized” 12×12 inch stencil and applied some texture paste over the canvas mainly to the upper right corner.
I then took some flower ribbon and cut suitable pieces out of it and adhered those over the texture pasted area.
After the glue and paste had dried, I went and sprayed some yellow and pink spray ink over the paste and the ribbon.
White the spray ink was drying, I took the piece fo white cardstock which I had used previously for the fussy cut stenciled image and stamped an image with black ink onto it. I then went along and used a butterfly die cut for cutting and
then misted it with blue spray ink.
I then glued it over the flowers with “Glue n´ Seal” and adhered a light bulb over it. The light bulb I treated with some gesso and glitter glue for additional interest and to alter it abit. After that I just hand drew a sentence on white paper, spray inked the words and glued them on their places. This is what my finished canvas looks like:
I hope you have enjoyed this little step-by-step!
Have fun creating,
The Crafter´s Workshop Design Team Member
Stencils – The Crafter´s Workshop (Baubles, Beaded Curtain, Texturized)
Stamps – Viva Las VegaStamps
Spray Inks – Tattered Angels, Lindy´s Stamp Gang, Dylusions, Studio Calico, Heidi Swapp
Adhesives – Glue n´ Seal
Paints – Dina Wakley for Ranger, Paper Artsy Fresco Finish
Stamp ink – Ranger Archival ink, jet black
Other – Flower ribbon, Light bulb, Sizzix butterfly die, Tissue paper, Texture paste, Glitter glue
White ink – Liquitex Titanium white
Pen – Sharpie
Gesso – Liquitex
Hello again, Sanna here with a simple and easy card idea. I have used spray inks, a piece of white paper, some stamps (all by Viva Las VegaStamps) and stencils for these cards.
Here is how I created the cards:
I first took some black ink and stamped various stamp images randomly onto the paper.
Next I sprayed various spray ink colours over the inked images.
Then I applied some Distress ink thru the 6×6 inch “Deco Leaves” stencil onto my card bases.
After that I just took my stamped, spray inked piece of paper and cut it into random sized strips. I didn´t measure them and cut pretty freely.
Then I just glued the pieced down onto the card bases, added a stamped sentiment, some black ink splatters and a ribbon for additional decoration and my cards were done.
Hope you like the idea!
The Crafer´s Workshop Design Team Member
Stencil – The Crafter´s Workshop (Deco Leaves)
Stamps – Viva Las VegaStamps
Spray inks – Dylusions, Lindy´s Stamp Gang, Tattered Angels, Studio Calico
Stamp ink – Ranger Industries
Glue – Aleene´s
Other – Ribbons
10 thoughts on “Sanna´s Stamps & Stencils week projects”
Beautiful canvas and cards.
The colors are amazing. Inspiring tutorial.
Two beautiful projects! Love all the layers on the beautiful canvas-amazing! Those cards are wonderful to have on hand for so many reasons.
Thank you for the tutorials, on the canvas an card. So inspiring.They are gorgeous with texture and color.
These are both fantastic! Love all the color and layers on the canvas. And the hand made patterned paper is an awesome idea!
So cool! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!
I love the green-yellow-orange colour range! Thanks for sharing your projects, they are very inspiring 🙂
Beautiful and colourful projects. I’ve been subsribed to the VLVS blog for a while, and love TCW stencils though I never thought of checking for a blog for them! Thanks to the bloghop I do know now there is a blog with great projects 🙂
I just love the bright colours and all the layering on these pieces.
Thanks for sharing!
Holy smokes!!! There is too much awesome inspiration here!!! ….well, almost too much hehe!!! Omgosh, I’m in LOVE with Sanna’s absolutely marvelous mm canvas!!! I just loved seeing her step by step process of how she achieved that wonderful look! And the cards—FANTASTIC!!! Super creative and inspiring as ever!!! thanks so much for sharing these great projects and ideas! 🙂
This is wonderful! I love this idea. Great card design, love the color the paper adds and the ribbon! Thanks for sharing.
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