Amazing Mixed Media Canvas with Xyron and Deep River Stamps

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Xyron Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

Amazing Monday with Xyron  and Deep Red Stamps !!!
This week the Xyron Design Team will be sharing inspiring projects! 
So much EXCITEMNENT!!!

Today I am sharing how to create an Amazing Mixed Media Canvas!
First, begin by preparing your canvas by painting them with DecoArt Media Crackle Paint; dry. 
Lay stencil on prepared canvas and apply Crackle Paint to top with palette knife. Dry
Photo 1: Paint prepared canvas with washes of paint; dry between paint applications. Dry. 
Photo 2: Stamp Grunge  Floral Background Stamp to dry canvas with Carbon Black Paint; dry. 
Photo 3: Paint smaller canvas with paint; dry. Stamp Butterfly Flourish with Carbon Black paint; dry. 
Photo 4: Do line work with pin. 
Paint chipboard sentiment and flourish with paint; dry. 
Photo 6: Apply Emerald Creek Supplies Fractured Ice to top; emboss with embossing gun. Run back through Xyron’ s Creative Station Lite.

 Add adhesive to back of canvas with Xyron’ s Creative Station using Permanent Adhesive. 

 Adhere prepared pieces to top of canvas. 
Photo 7: Apply a wash on to watercolor paper; dry. 
Photo 8: Stamp Butterfly Flourish to prepared paper with black ink. 
Fussy cut Butterfly Flourish images from prepared paper.

Photo 9:  Adhere one to top of small canvas.
Photo 10: Paint second one to create some depth; add to first butterfly at the body. Bend the wings up. 

Add prepared Amazing to top of canvas. 

Add flowers to canvas and….

a few stick pins. 
I hope you are inspired to grab a canvas along with some Deep Red Stamps
and Xyron Adhesive to create a fabulous canvas or two.
Hugs Pam

Supplies:
5″ x 7″ Canvas
4″ x 4″ Canvas
Chipboard Sentiment and Flourish
Flowers and Leaves
Stick Pins
Brad
Palette Knife

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Xyron Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

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