Welcome to day two of our Sticky Canvas and a beautiful altered project by Neil.
Neil chose to alter his UTEE jar using Tim Holtz products (of course)
Here's what he has to say...
To me, the best reason for getting sticky back canvas is to do something that is not flat.
I used Tim Holtz stamps and Distress stains and inks with masking to create the "scene" on a piece of canvas cut to size. I used tissue for the elephants.
I cut the canvas to the right size to fit the jar and using the stamps and masking I created a landscape scene and coloured with distress stains.
One of the main problems with canvas is not being able to get a crisp image on it so for the elephants I stamped them onto tissue paper, cut them out and glued to the canvas.
I coloured them with distress inks when dry.
Claudine Hellmuth Sticky Canvas
Stamps - Purely Random, Life Adventure
Distress stains - Weathered Wood, Faded Jeans, Wild Honey and Forest Moss.
Distress ink pads - Pumice Stone and Old Paper
StazOn, Jet Black
Isn't this a gorgeous project?
now... where is my UTEE jar? LOL
See you tomorrow ;)