Card by Joan with video

Monday, September 9, 2013

 
 
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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.
 


7 comments:

Cathy Willett said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Rebecca Ednie said... Best Blogger Tips

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

JoAnn Flatt said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Gretchen Wilson said... Best Blogger Tips

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... Best Blogger Tips

Love it! Your card is amazing!

patty said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Mickie said... Best Blogger Tips

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