How about using the canvases as mini album covers. This is exactly what Gio did for her project today and created a Venice mini album. Isn't it adorable?
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I glued a piece of gessoed book page to the bottom of the canvas.
I covered the back of the canvas with Claudine Hellmuth Studio - Gesso. When dry, I sprayed with several Dylusion inks. I sprayed and blotted with a kitchen roll until I got the right shade. I stamped some swirls and text randomly from a HP 1006 plate using Ranger Archival Ink pad: Deep purple.
I stamped and cut on a piece of white cardstock the title with Ranger Archival Ink pad: jet black. I glued the title and an image from Crafty Individuals picture book: People and places 2 to the canvas.
I painted the front of the canvas with PaperArtsy Fresco Finish paints: Pumpkin soup and I stamped some swirl and text from a HP 1006 plate using Ranger Archival Ink pad: Deep purple.
I coloured and painted the second canvas in the same way.
I created an accordion out of a piece of white cardstock. I gessoed it front and back and then I coloured with several Dylusion ink.
I glued the accordion to the two canvases. I glued the pictures, I added the journaling and a row of dimensional dots along the borders using Viva Pearl Pen: cream.
Cart-Us clear stamp: Vintage alphabet (large)
Ranger Archival Ink pad: jet black
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish paints: Pumpkin soup
Crafty Individuals picture book: People and places 2
Claudine Hellmuth Studio - Gesso
See you tomorrow