Wednesday, October 23, 2013

"Beauty": Reverse Canvas Step-by-Step for PaperHaus!

Good morning and welcome back!

Today I have a reverse canvas tutorial that I created for the PaperHaus Magazine blog. I hope you enjoy!

"Beauty"
You will need a stretched canvas for this project, of any size. Simply flip it over to the back side and let's begin!








Product List:
Patterned Papers: Prima Marketing
Flowers: Prima Marketing
Embellishments: Prima Marketing
Letter Stickers: Prima Marketing
Chipboard: Blue Fern Studios
Masks: Prima Marketing
Stamps: Prima Marketing
Mediums: Modeling Paste (Golden); Gesso (ProArt); Watercolors (Luminarte); Acrylic Paint (Apple Barrel); Mist (Shimmerz); Chalk Ink (Prima Marketing); Distress Ink (Tim Holtz)
Other: masking tape, pearls, cardboard, book pages
 

Thank-you for stopping by today! Take care of yourselves :)

16 comments:

Lizzyc said...

Amazing, loved your steps watching this gorgeous canvas come to life!! beautiful..

Lynette said...

What a gorgeous little pixie you have there. I love the idea of a reverse canvas, thank you for showing us how to make this amazing piece of art.

Romy said...

Oh, this is simply amazing! I just love how you scrapped this really pretty photo of your girl!

Ashley Horton said...

Beautiful project Erin, and I love the idea of using the reverse side of the canvas! Great idea!

biscuit said...

Amazing!! J'adore cette idée!!!

luv46kdz said...

So lovely. Thanks for the tut :)

Paula

JeLiBe@nZ said...

this is gorgeous Erin, love the tut!

Lizzy Hill said...

I looove the way you've used printed paper on this - & also the 'matting' behind the photo...really lovely work:):):)

pattyo said...

Fantastic project and tutorial!

Patricia Roebuck said...

Such a clever idea to use the reverse. This came out just beautiful!!

sandi said...

This is absolutely beautiful! Love the way you turned the canvas for this one!

Davi said...

Gorgeous Erin!! I love the creative way you flipped the canvas and all the beautiful treatments, layers and embellies really are fabulous, shows off your little sweetie to perfection :)

Mrs Frizz said...

would never have thought to use the pages like that over the edges ... might have to try and remember that one Erin ... thank you for sharing.

Looks absolutely fabulous too by the way, the whole canvas.

butterfly said...

Glorious - just love that layered frame - beautiful work!
Alison x

Jasmine S said...

Looks beautiful Erin and just love that photo.

МамаФиалка said...

Amazing, thanks