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DIY Mixed Media Canvas with Rebekah Meier Designs

Therm O Web recently released a Mixed Media line by Rebekah Meier and today I'm sharing a project using many of the new products. I have a complete step by step tutorial showing you how to make this mixed media canvas from scratch, using a piece of cardboard as a base! 





Tutorial

I used the new Mixed Media Medium by Rebekah Meier in ways I haven't seen anyone use so far, to stencil and attach Frantage embossing powder and Mixed Media Transfer Foil (also new). This technique doesn't need a laminator which makes this new adhesive an all-in-one product! There are much more tips and tricks for you so make sure you visit Therm O Web's blog to check out the complete list of supplies and the tutorial CLICK HERE!

Do leave me a comment letting me know what you think about upcycling cardboard and other materials aroung the house to turn them into art! See you on Therm O Web's blog!



Comments

  1. Es un trabajo fabuloso y muy de agradecer no necesitar máquina laminadora para aplicar foil.
    Me encanta ese canvas

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  2. I LOVE using cardboard and have on a few MM projects. I need to check out Therm O Web, thanks

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  3. This is gorgeous!!! Love up cycling but you didn't explain how you did the foiling!

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    1. Hello Lisa, find the complete step by step tutorial on the link added at the end of the post! (On thermoweb)

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