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Embellished Canvas

Ann Butler Designs has partnered with Enviromental Technologies and the team has been busy creating projects using resin pieces and more that are being featured on ETI's blog! I created a canvas using lots of Ann Butler Designs inks and a couple of paints, and I made lots of pretty vintage embellishments with resin to embellish it!

TUTORIAL
I have a complete tutorial for you to check out, were I show you how I made my canvas, step by step! CLICK HERE to check it out!


On the other hand, I want to take a minute to remember and honor my father... Today is a very special day since it would have been my father's birthday if he were alive. We miss him every single day! May the Lord continue to bless him.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

I'd like to submit my canvas to:
City Crafter - Favorite Techniques (mixed media layering)



Comments

  1. You are so talented. The card is beautiful. Love the texture and colors. Hugs.

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  2. Absoluted gorgeous. I really love the colours. Your tutorial was well done too.

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  3. Beautiful canvas with lots of wonderful techniques!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

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  4. I love all the layers you used. A gorgeous color palette and fab take on mixed media and our challenge. Thank you so much for joining us at CCCB

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  5. Gorgeous!! Thanks for the tutorial!!!

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