Posted by Susie Bentz on Jun 15th 2016
I created the background on my mini canvas using Violet and Ultramarine Blue Color Bursts pigment powder. I started by misting the canvas with water then I tapped out a tiny bit of each powder. As the color started to develop I tilted the canvas back and forth. I also used a wet paintbrush to move the water color around a little bit. I even had fun with my heat gun, blowing the color around a bit more before finally drying the canvas.
I used an adhesive alpha to add the word "bloom".
Using a baby wipe, I gently patted the area over and around the letter stickers, removing a layer of color.
When I peeled the letters off, the darker original color reveals the word.
Next I applied purple ink through the Mosaic stencil from Rebecca Baer Designs.
Love the result!! Now it is ready for some pictures and embellishments!
As I was working on this canvas, I found that I used way too much water and Color Burst color! I used a paper towel to wipe the excess up off of my craft mat and quite frankly I decided all of that gorgeous color was to good to waste!
I cut out lots of flowers so I could layer them together and then added an 8mm Orange Rhinestone in the center!
The final touch is a small piece of the Fancy That Bling Border!
Materials for Bloom Mixed Media Mini - Canvas with bling:
Susie here today sharing another mixed media canvas featuring Want2Scrap bling! I started my canvas with an Ultramarine Blue Color Burst watercolor background. The cute little umbrella image is from the Sparkle N Sprinkle Splish Splash stamp set. I heat embossed the image with Black Opaque Embossing Powder. Next I wanted to try something a [...]
Hi Everyone!True :D here. :)Today I get to share a project that I created with some My Little Shoebox papers and lots of bling.I have really been loving canvases as of late and chose to do an 8x10 for my post today.I covered the entire canvas with MLS "Secret Garden" paper, added some old book [...]