Tuesday, February 12, 2013

February Club Q with Wendy!

Hi everyone! Wendy here today sharing a how-to subway art inspired canvas using February's Club Q Kit. I just LOVE the text paper in this month's kit and decided to fussy cut and use the words individually. 


Directions:
1. Randomly add swipes of ink on canvas. Immediately spritz canvas with water and blend inks. 


2. Fussy cut sentiments from pattern paper. 
3. Cut journaling blocks. Adhere photo on pop dots to journaling blocks. 
4. Emboss leaf die cut with Deep Impressions Embossing enamel. Adhere to canvas.
5. Stamp snowbird image, color with Copics and cut out. 


6. Arrange words, photos, stamped image and die cuts on canvas. Adhere with Mod Podge when happy with arrangement. 
7. Press Limeade PowderPuff Chalk Ink pad against craft sheet and spritz ink with water to create watercolor. splatter on canvas. (See below.)
 

8. Embellish canvas with ribbon and brad. 
9. Adhere ribbon to the back of the canvas to hang piece. Cover ribbon ends, by adhering pattern paper to the back. 

Altered art not quite your thing? No problem, just adhere the canvas piece to a piece of pattern paper and make it into a scrapbook layout!


 
Supplies Used: 
Club Q February 2013 Kit - Quick Quotes (pattern paper, ribbon, brad, die cuts, canvas)
Powder Puff Chalk Inks (Limeade, Blue Hawaiian,  Tea Green and Tahiti) - Quick Quotes
Stampendous Snow Bird stamp
Stampendous Deep Impressions Enamel
Copics
Mod Podge
 

Thanks so much for stopping on over today!
~ Wendy
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7 comments:

Karen M. G. said...

Wonderful altered art piece!

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

I LOVE this canvas! The bright green really catches the eye. I love the blue bird and of course the adorable photos. Thanks for the inspiration! =)

Rhonda Van Ginkel said...

This is a great showcase how to use the canvas in the kit! Thank you for the step by step tutorial and also how wonderful it works on a page!!!

Sandi Cl~ said...

I dearly love this! so cute and innovative!

Lynn said...

What a cute project. I love the idea of the canvas, and I love how you also made it into a layout!

Julia Bickle said...

Love your inking idea! Adorable project!

Donna Coughlin said...

I love your inking idea, so creative, wonderful project!