Colored Clock Canvas

Hey gang!

Anat is here with you today to share a new Step by Step tutorial using Lindy’s Sprays and Magical Shakers.

The Step-by-step will guide you in creating a canvas where the background plays a very important role and the elements on top will only complement it!  It’s a bit different from projects where you choose a background to match the composition on top of it.

Let’s start:

First step: spread modeling paste through a stencil and before it is dry add Magic Moon Pearls EP and heat emboss it.

Zoom: look how amazing it is.

Next, Add color to the canvas with Guten tag teal Shaker and water.  Sprinkle on some of the magical Shaker and add a spritz of water. Play with the intensity of the color, by changing the amount of water you’re adding, according to the tone you wish to achieve.

Next, spread white crackle paste through a stencil (different from the first one), to make the background more interesting.  Add some stamping with Archival ink.

Add more color with Yellow Rose of Texas and Alpine Ice Rose Sprays.



Add white splashes with Sidewalk Chalk Flat Fabio Spray, for contrast.
Look at the gorgeous Shimmer

Color the Chipboard Clock with Midnight Ruby EP.

Add gold Splashes with Yellow Rose of Texas and Grub a Guy Gold Sparys. Add a glitter Brad to hold the clock hands.  I love the effect of the sprays on top of the EP!

Color some paper die-cuts with Grab a Guy Gold.

Add a piece of crochet and glue the Clock on top, add some flowers, metal elements, lace flowers and glue everything down with Heavy body gel.

In order to bring every thing together, we need to add some splashes on top of the Embellishments, especially the white ones. I used Alpine Ice Rose, Incandescent Copper and Frozen Jack Frost Sprays and as the last step: add a sentiment.

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  • Canvas, Chipboard Clock, Embossing ink dubber, stamps, lace and crochet pieces, flowers, heavy body gel, modeling paste, White Crackle Paste, glitter brad, metal embellishments, paper die-cuts.

Hope you enjoyed the tutorial.



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