Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Rainbow Canvas Collaboration with Canvas Corp Creative Crew Members

Hi Friends :)

Today I am sharing a collaboration I did with some members of the Canvas Corp Brands Creative Crew. If you have been following along you know that I was welcomed to this design team in January. Some of the members have Youtube channels and so decided to do a little collaboration using the Canvas Corp Brands products. The theme was 'Rainbow'. A pretty easy one considering the massive amount of products there are at Canvas Corp in rainbow colors! So, I used some 7 Gypsies patterned paper and some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists to make a mixed media canvas. (colors listed below) I hope you like it !




There are videos available for the other collaborators as well :) Check out how they handled the 'rainbow' theme!

Another collaboration group of videos were released on May 10th with the same theme :)
Yamina T    Lena H     Erin R    Linda S





Trying to get a photo of that yummy shimmer!


Product List: 
Background - 12"X 9 1/2" canvas board, 4" round Gelli plate, White acrylic paint, Brayer, Glimmer Mist Sprays in Sky and Dragonfly colors.
Mandala - Printed papers from 7 Gypsies paper pack 'Gypsy Moments' and Canvas Home Basics Mix & Match Pad. Glimmer Mists from Starter kits 'Primary' and 'Brights' and Calendar kit 'English Garden'
Letters cut with a die cut machine. 'Rainbow' colored with the same mists.


So today, be a rainbow in someone's cloud :) Leave me a comment so I know you are out there <3
Shel C

4 comments:

  1. Loved watching this process! How clever using the gelli with the mists and white paint!

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    1. Thank you Vicki :) I do love to use mists that way sometimes.

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  2. Love how you put this together! I didn't realize they were layered circles! I've always liked that quote too :)

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    1. Thanks Zsuzsa :) It made sense to me to make a mandala that way...my first one. I also love that quote :)

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