Easy Mixed Media Canvas

September 11, 2016 0 Comments

Hi crafters! Today I am here sharing a mixed  media canvas piece I made using “Say it With Words” from the Totally Tracy line of stamps for Dare 2B Artzy.


I primed my canvas using some Liquitex Gesso once dry I then stamped the images on my canvas.  I also used some stamps from the Happiness Blooms stamp set and the sentiment is also from this set as well.

Mixed Media

To color the canvas I used Gansai Tambi watercolors and  some Fireworks! sprays in pink, blue and purples.  I added some molding paste here and there with a stencil just to add some texture to the piece.  These stamps are perfect for mixed media or a Clean and Simple card.

Easy to Make

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