Sunday, December 23, 2018

Blessed Mixed Media Canvas with ColorBox

Hi ColorBox fans!!! Pam here today sharing my Blessed Mixed Media Canvas using ColorBox products from Clearsnap!!! I love the wintery mix of the hues of pinks and reds that are achieved from the Stephanie Barnard Sprays along with bits of greens to accent with! 

Begin by first painting a 10" square canvas and chipboard panel with black paint; dry. Apply crackle finish on to dry canvas; allow it to dry. Paint white crackle paint over top of crackle; dry.

Lay stencil to top of prepared canvas; apply crackle paste with palette knife. Dry.

Spray prepared canvas and chipboard panel with Stephanie Barnard Sprays; drying between sprays.

Adhere prepared panel to front of canvas.

Die cut image from pattern paper using circle dies. Stamp "I'm So Very Blessed  To Have You In My Life" Sentiment to circle with black ink. Ink edges with ColorBox Nutmeg Blend. Adhere to top of larger die cut circle. Adhere to top of chipboard panel.

Spray watercolor with Stephanie Banana and Strawberry sprays; dry. Spatter with white paint. Stamp poinsettia stamp to top of paper.

 Fussy cut prepared poinsettia out; form with tweezers. Adhere together and add to top of canvas.

Stamp feathers from Thankful Stamp Set to pattern paper with black ink. Fussy cut out.

Adhere to top of canvas. Add small pinecones and flower soft to centers of poinsettias.

Add bow to front of canvas.

Fussy cut small bird from pattern paper; add to front of canvas with pop dots. Add a few more feathers and poinsettia to canvas.

ColorBox Thankful Stamp Set
ColorBox Stephanie Barnard Banana, Strawberry and Sky Permanent Dye Sprays
ColorBox Cobblestone Art Screen
ColorBox Permanent Dye Licorice Ink
Stamperia Winter Botanic Pattern Paper
Blank Page Muse Classic Christmas
Gypsy Soul Lacer Cut Floral Lace Panel
DecoArt Carbon Black, One Step Crackle Finish, White Crackle Paste
10" x 10" Canvas
4 1/2" and 4 3/4" Circle Dies
Olive Green Ribbon
Small Floral Pinecones
Sage Flower Soft
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Scotch Quick Dry Glue
Palette Knife
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  1. Nice craft. thanks for your shared.

    Nova Noverichard

  2. This is gorgeous and love the striking red tones.

  3. Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial Pam. It's beautiful - I love the warm rustic feeling - it brings back holiday memories of Christmas with all the wonder. Happy Holidays to you.

  4. Just beautiful! Will save this to try~~Merry Christmas!