CanvasStock. It is a unique surface because it is combination of cardstock that has been coated with a plastic film. CanvasStock has the qualities of fabric as there is a subtle linen texture and it remains flexible when paint is applied. Therefore, CanvasStock is great for all Mixed Media projects. Use paints, mists, rubber stamps, cardstock, Dew Drops, ribbons, and more to create wonderful Mixed Media projects. CanvasStock is available in seven different patterns
CanvasStock can be found HERE
Trees 12x12" CanvasStock, Water Dew Drops, Silver Bells Dew Drops, Metallic Silver Dew Drops, White Dew Drops, Pearl White Diamond Dew Drops, Aquamarine Diamond Dew Drops, Snow Rub-on, Winter Snowflakes Glitter Chipboard, Dew Dew Glue
Other Supplies: Non-Stick Craft Mat (Ranger), Heat Gun (Ranger), Embossing Powder -Seafoam White / White Pearl (Stampendous), Scroll Background Stamp 1766M (Penny Black), Clouds Stamp 0510 (CI Stamping), Bachelor Button Blue Starburst Stain (Lindy's Stamp Gang), VersaMark Ink Pad (Tsukineko), StazOn Black Ink (Tsukineko), Texture Paste (Ranger), Sticky Snippets -circle (Joggles), Capri Blue Glimmer Mist 22257(Tattered Angels), Brilliance Pigment Ink Moonlight White / Pearlescent Sky Blue / Platinum Planet (Tsukineko), White Gelly Roll Pen (Sakura), Perfect Pearls Pigment Powders (Ranger), Snowflake Clear Stamp Set (Recollections), Clear Mounting Block (Inkadinkado), Stardust Stickles Glitter Glue (Ranger), Crackle Glossy Accents (Ranger)
1. Apply Joggles Sticky Snippet Circle to the Trees CanvasStock. This will protect the CanvaSstock from the mists and become the moon in the scene. Press around the edges firmly to ensure no paint sneaks under the edges.
6. Use black Stazon Ink to stamp clouds in the sky. Next, apply the sledding children between the trees and use Platinum Planet Ink and a sponge applicator to make sledding tracks in the snow. Use a pallet knife to smear a thin coating of white texture paint diagonally across the page.
9. Apply white texture paint to random areas of the ground of the forest to look like piles of snow.
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