September 2, 2012

Faith Canvas

Hello again!

This is my second post today so if you are here for the Winners of the 200th Follower Giveaway go here!
I am excited to show you my first Canvas layout!! I was greatly inspired by my blogger friend Emilie Chamel who's work blows my mind as it will yours , check Emilie's blog out here!! You will not be disappointed, Emilie has the best layering skills I have ever seen.
So as you will see I followed Emilies style for this canvas and I am so happy with the results!

Products used:
Texture Fine (Paintable texture by DecoArt)
Tim Holtz's ink (ginger and caramel)
Dusty rose acrylic paint
Paper Doileys
Blank Canvas
Weathered Wood Distressing Ink
Chip board (dollar store)
Unfinished butterfly and label chipboard( Studio 18)
White embossing powder
Chrams from stash
Faith Plaque (pharmasave)
Butterfly punch
Pearls from stash (from the love Christina!)
Word Stamp
Antique Linen Distress Ink (Tim Holtz)
Baby's Breath embossing folder

I have been working hard learning how to do the ink blotches but haven't quite caught on yet , lol

Have a great day!


jessica said...

This is gorgeous Naomi!! Love the CAS look!!
TFS and have a GREAT weekend!!

Emilie said...

Hi Naomi! Thank you so much for the compliment! You will make me blush! hi hi hi! Your canvas is gorgeous! And you beat me there as I never completed one! You are getting there with your splashes! Start closer to the centre of the page, that's what I do and when I want fine drops I use either a fine paint brush or the tube that come in the misters and when I want bigger splodges I use bigger brushes! Check out this video from a friend of mine, it's a great look at how to create different effects:
Take care hun! xxx

Tracy said...

Very pretty! I love the colors and distressing!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is BEAUTIFUL!!! I Loveeeeeeee the mist splatters!!!!!!

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