Monday, September 9, 2013

Card by Joan with video

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Have you ever used Sticky Back Canvas?  I  am totally in love with it!!!  It allows you to use pictures, paper or what ever you would like to give a fabric like surface to the appearance.
And it is so easy.  Watch the video above for easy instructions from Claudine Hellmuth!
Products used:
HSA27942 Sticky Back Canvas - Ranger (available in 8.5x11 and 12x12)
HSP-MED 24934 - Studio Multi-medium Gloss - Ranger (for going over picture)
LR0157 - Decorative Elegance - Marianne  (flourish)
LR0156 - Flower and leaves - Marianne ( small leaves)
S4414 - Captivating Squares - Spellbinders (frame around picture)
B257 - Cutie Fringe3 - Cheery Lynn (fringe flower)
LR0145 -Rose Maker - Marianne (small flowers)
6002/1101 - Flowers for a Friend - Joy (flourish and flower)
DL259 - Celtic Square Boutique Stacker Frame - Cheery Lynn  (outside frame in brown)
EF6Regal - Regal Embossing Folder (you can barely see it, but it is the cream outside the brown)
NEVI027  - Piano Vintage Sheet -  Nellie's Choice (picture)
Pollen (center of flower)
Vellum (all flowers)
Express it Foam (dimension)
 Distressed Ink - Straw (to color vellum)

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Marianne and Nellie's Choice has many of these vintage sheets available that I can order for you.
Some are in Sepia colors and others are colored.  They work beautifully on Sticky Back Canvas.


Cathy Willett said...

Joan, I remember doing this, a long time ago. So Nice that you have the video for help. Beautiful card!!

Rebecca Ednie said...

I didn't know that the adhesive on sticky back canvas was strong enough to do this. So cool.

Unknown said...

I remember buying this from you awhile back, love your card, can't wait to try this technique :-)

Gretchen Wilson said...

Really like this, your card is very shabby chic, a fine job, love the vintage sheet you used. I think I may want to get some in the Sepia, got any there?

Mrs. Swandog said...

Love it! Your card is amazing!

patty said...

Guess I don't really understand all this.......way too much mess and work

Mickie said...

In the video she mentioned lazer jet print but can you also do this with ink jet print?