This is a quick and fun moon hanger I did this weekend! It took me about an hour, including drying time for the paint. I really loved this project, since it is so versatile. You can make the moons any color you like and add different charms & ribbon!
Category: Mixed Media
I was thinking about this canvas for a long time, but was stopped by that uneasy feeling: what if it sucks? I decided just to do it and here is the result. It turned out a little bit more boring than I had in mind, but I also felt that more decoration was a little off on this one.
It was a busy weekend, one of my friends returned from Barcelona after spending more than 7 months there. He showed up on a surprise visit in between the making of this canvas. It was a very nice evening and he got me a wooden spoon which he had wood burned (really cool!).
I am sorry! It has been a long time… But now, I finally have a great camera AND an awesome hook up system for it! I made this canvas today, I had some old Graphic45 cards still laying around, so I made them into this:
And, I also filmed it! I finally got to use one of my Lindy’s Stamp Gang Mists & my Rub n Buff! Below the video is the whole list of supplies. Enjoy!
- ModPodge Matte
- 7Gypsies Paris Tissue Paper
- Gold acrylic paint
- Red acrylic paint
- Black acrylic paint
- Copper acrylic paint
- Bronze acrylic paint
- Kaisercraft Damask Stencil
- Tim Holtz Stamper Anonymous Text stamp
- Memento Tuxedo Black ink
- Tim Holtz Speckles Stencil
- Graphic45 Tropical Travelogue paper cut in 3 images
- Tiny Alphabet clear stamp set
- Engraver Collection Paper
- Acrylic block
- Chronology Label Plates
- Tim Holtz Corners
- Lindy’s Stamp Gang Moon Shadow Mist (Burnt Umber)
- Texture paste
- Misc. stencil (bought at HEMA)
- Rub n Buff (Gold Leaf)
Ooh la la! This was such a fun project! I had been planning this video for a while now & I have a LOT of Paris-themed scrap booking stuff.
I got some empty canvasses (and a lot more) from my sweet friend Monique.
She makes the most beautiful amigurumi & jewelry (out of soda can tabs! How creative, right?) and she said she didn’t know what else to do with them. But I do!
So I made this vintage Paris canvas, with an old picture, a unicycle & much more! It turned out a little different then I was originally planning, but hey, what can you do? I love and have always loved Paris. La Belle Epoque, the Eiffel tower, the lights, the art… Watch the time lapse video and get creative yourself!
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