Oct 22, 2014

★ Timeless Canvas - Heartfelt Creations

Hello Everyone, it is Heartfelt Creations Wednesday and I have another project to share with you using the All Geared Up Collection.  As i have previously mentioned, this is one of my favorites from Heartfelt and wanted to  create a canvas with the papers.  I love how this turned out, lots of glimmer mist; a bit of fluid acrylic and many die cuts from the set.



This was another photo that Linda from HFC had sent me and what a gorgeous photo, that is her dad sitting in the photo and he was 83 when this was taken.  The colours in that truck matched this line perfectly, its almost like the line was created just for that truck :D. Here are some detail shots of the canvas.


bottom left flower detail, all that "webbing" look you see is just the glue gun dragged across, :D


the background colouring using the mists and chalk inks turned out beautifully to match Lindas Photo.


Geared up Paper Collection
HCD 754 All Geared Up Die
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
159223 Paper Blossom Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossom Tool Kit
4252255 Spellbinders Grand Calibur

Other Products: Creative Embellishments steampunk frame. Edge distresser walnut Distress Ink; Quick Quotes Tahiti chalk ink; Baja Blue Chalk Ink; Brads in copper, gold and screw top. Glimmer Mist; Gesso ; gold lumiere paint; radiant rain in solar gold, Golden fluid acrylic paint in teal. Fab scraps old brass Embellishments.
Instructions: Begin priming a 10x10 canvas with gesso, add fluid acrylic paint, mist with water and allow to drip on down on canvas. When dry, add Tahiti chalk ink, and baja blue chalk ink in corners and edges. Be sure to ink the sides of the canvas. Using Tattered leather glimmer mist, verdigris and bronze  take mister out of bottle and flick droplets onto canvas lift canvas up to allow drops to run down. Cut a sheet of geared up paper to 7x5 distress edges distress ink with distresser, ink with walnut stain. Cut 2 6x6 papers out, ink and distress edges. Mat a 5x7 photo with black cardstock. Attach above papers together. Cut out tags, ink edges attach brads. Look for sentiment Strength, ink edges. Prepare the creative embellishments chipboard by applying gesso to prime them, then ink with Tahiti chalk ink and baja blue chalk ink creating a aged patina look. Adhere to canvas, using art institute dries clear, also sprinkle mini beads around chipboard, mist with glimmer mist if needed. Lightly mist other pieces with verdigris glimmer mist. Add some speckles of gold lumiere paint by placing some on end of a paint brush and flicking the bristles towards the chipboard. Cut out several (9 - 10 sets) Geared up flowers from geared up papers, inking some with Tahiti, some with baja blue and some with walnut stain, mold using molding mat. Attach gold, copper and screw type looking brads to centers. Layer the geared up flowers on top allowing chipboard to show through edges and sides as shown in layout. Distress the fab scraps hinges with glimmer mist and gold paint, add brads and hot glued to canvas for permanent hold. Add gold speckles to the flowers with the gold lumiere paint. Some of the flowers i hot glued down and i then took the glue gun and created glue strands going across the geared up flowers to give added detail and dimension. Feel free to add as many of the geared up die flowers to your project, this is such an incredible set. Feel free to use a small brush and add more gold glimmer mist, paint or baja blue and Tahiti chalk ink for extra colour.

7 comments:

  1. Absolutley breathtaking, so many gorgeous details!!!!

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  2. This is a beautiful layout!! Love everything about it!!

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  3. AWESOME photo of the truck and perfectly colored arrangement around it! :)

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  4. This is a stunning piece of art work!

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  5. This is gorgeous. I love how you used the glue gun to make the web.

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  6. WOW WOW and WOW !!! This just blows me away it is AMAZING !!! hugs Liz

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Karan