Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Thai Bloom Tree Canvas

Hello! Today I have a KARLAS001 design team project for you. I'm pretty pleased with how this canvas turned out. Canvases have become the latest obsession to alter! I currently am working on some family gifts that I hope to share with you soon.

KARLAS001 Thai's Blooms were the main focus and inspiration for this canvas. Below are pictures with mini descriptions of how I created everything. For a full description watch my YT video by clicking here.

KARLAS001 Products used:
Thai's 1 1/3" Nylon White Blooms
Thai's 1 1/3" Nylon Purple Blooms
Silk Green Leaves
12 Mini CLEAR crystal Flowers
12 Mini BROWN Flowers
Cynthialoowho's Blingy Looking LIGHT BLUE

*6x12 canvas, Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint - Weathered Wood, Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint - Rock Candy, Tim Holtz Distress Stain - Forrest Moss, Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Walnut stain, Fab Scraps chipboard die cuts, Mod Podge

Tree and bird was die cut from an AccuCut die
I added the KARLAS001 silk leaves coming out the sides to make the tree look more like a tree. I think they were a nice touch. 
"Imagine" was stamped on and then I used a sharpie to color in the letters. The bird has old music note book paper mod podged on and distressed ink with walnut stain. 
Lots of Thai Blooms! :)
I just love this bike! It is from FabScraps. I distressed crackle painted it with rock candy and then use walnut stain over it after it dried. The two mini crystal flowers from KARLAS001 fit perfectly out of the basket! 
The flower/flourish in the bottom right is a stamp and I colored in using a sharpie. The trunk of the tree has tissue paper mod podged on. 
I thought the Cynthialoo Blingy Looking Mesh on all four sides put a great finishing touch!

1 comment:

famillemarleau said...

Very beautiful. Love those flowers. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.