Mark Maker

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This Canvas was created for the CHA Show (Craft and Hobby Association – which has a yearly trade show in Anaheim) and where my new Stamps with Stampendous are released at the moment…I am waving from there right now.

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I used the Mark Maker Stamp Set with it- that also includes a stencil

The stamps will be available soon. I used them with acrylic paint on top of the canvas – my favorite way to use stamps.

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For texture I added Frantage Aged Embossing Powders and smoothed and mixed some acrylic paint over the heat embossed areas with my finger. The washers and metal pins are also heat embossed with Frantage Embossing Powder.

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Here is a list of all the supplies I used

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Hope you like it – have a great day!

 

Comments (31)

  • susan salyer

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    wow wonderful canvas love the layers and the wonderful goodies you used to make this happen

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  • Liz Lumsden

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    Wonderful fabric stamping!

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  • Autumn

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    What an amazing mixed media project – oh makes me want to get into some paint! ;0

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  • D.Ann C

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    LOVE the look and ingenuity of embossing the washers!! Warm hugs from Florida

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  • Linda on the Prairie

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    Nathalie, you make everything fun! These sets are so versatile.

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  • TracyM #6773

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    FABULOUS canvas Nathalie!!!
    LOVE the colours and textures, COOL stamps and stencils too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION … I’ve got a canvas here waiting for a workout, THIS might be the week for it to happen :)
    Tracy from Victoria, Australia

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  • Teresa Godines #6857

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    This looks like so much fun. Even though it is a canvas it would make a great background for a masculine layout. TFS

    Teresa in California

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  • Viki B

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    I love all the layers on your canvas! The washers add so much to the piece. I love that aged green embossing enamel. It is one of my favorites for adding a patina to things. Viki in Kansas.

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  • Leigh S-B

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    You sure had loads of fun creating these. Love all the texture and vibrant colour!

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  • Shari

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    These stamps look like a lot of fun!!
    ~Shari from Ohio

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