Wednesday, April 6, 2016

The Sea is Calling and I Must Go Canvas with Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts

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I am heading to Florida at the end of the month and will be gone for a few days 
so I know I am hearing the waves of the water calling me. 
"The Sea is Calling and I Must Go Canvas". 
 Begin by first inking a 8" x 8" pattern paper from the Beneath the Sea Paper Pad. 
Apply brown ink around edges using blending tool. Place on a 8" x 8" canvas.
Take Boss Gloss, dab around a 8" x 8" Texture Sheet Gears.  
Apply rust embossing powder and heat emboss. 
 Place adhesive to the back of prepared Texture Sheet Gears.
 Place on prepared canvas.
 Adhere layers of card stock, pattern paper and doily die cut to top of prepared canvas.
Adhere a few more pieces of the pattern paper, journal block and card stock to the front of the prepared canvas.
Prepare one of the Steampunk Fan Blades and Gears, Borders and Corners. 
Add both to top of prepared canvas.
 Adhere paper strip from the Voyage Beneath the Sea paper.
Fussy cut two of the mermaid and seahorse of the images from the pattern paper.
 Add pop dots to prepared canvas.
 Add the second fussy cut mermaid and...
 Seahorse to top of canvas.
I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial on how to create a fabulous canvas.
I hope you check out all the steampunk goodness....
 other fabulous chipboard being offered in the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Store. 
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Hugs Pam

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1 comment:

  1. This is just OVER THE MOON WONDERFUL to me Pam. I love your canvas. I have never seen anything like that texture sheet of gears - so fun. And what fabulous papers you used for the entire project - the colors are wonderful and you just found the perfect placement for each piece. Have a super fine trip to Florida and enjoy the sea! Xj.