Hi everyone, Michelle is back with us today sharing a canvas and the steps taken to put it together.

Canvas is a flat 4” square canvas.

Cut a 4” square from the adhesive sheet and adhere to canvas.

Cut two pieces of foil and randomly rub on and apply to the adhesive – using both finger tips for rubbing it on and the round finger tips edge of a pair of scissors – just like you apply rub-ons – just keep lifting the foil and rubbing here and there to apply – no design, just randomly rubbing. Using clear gel tacky glue adhere a little rice paper just for texture.Stamp small butterflies in each corner using the spread your wings butterfly outline stamps. Paint the chipboard clock face and sprinkle a little sparkle dust for a little shine and then adhere using clear gel tacky glue.Stamp the large butterfly image on transparency [or cut out the image on the stamp transparency set itself] and adhere to the clock face. Stamp another image of the butterfly – the slightly bigger one than the two smaller butterflies and stamp on transparency and cut out and adhere on top of the clock hands.

Add liquid drops to the clock face edge. Now you really do need to wait for them to dry – otherwise they go a little flat if you embellish your clock face – just moving your hands around adhering your bitsers on top to finish your canvas can flatten them. Add some flowers and coils and tuck in a few crafting fibres – add to the mix a handmade flower using foamiran.

Finish off by adding a stamped sentiment, a little gesso, some art stones and a couple of sequins.


Couture Creations Materials list: 

  • CO728703 – spread your wings butterfly outline stamps
  • CO725038 – scissors ULT200001 – snow white cardstock
  • CO728516 – Clear gel – tacky glue
  • CO725392 – blue green foil
  • CO725689 – Christmas green mirror finish foil
  • ULT157697 – liquid drops – seafoam
  • CO724871 – acrylic gesso – white finish
  • Adhesive sheets 6”x12”
  • CO725852 – clockface chipboard

Happy crafting everyone.

Until next time

Michelle [aka Mrs Frizz]

Happy crafting everyone! Until next time ~
Michelle [aka Mrs Frizz)

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