Saturday, May 5, 2018

How To Make A Wonderful Lace Crown Canvas With The Robin's Nest

Hello crafty friends!
Welcome to the Chattering Robin's blog.
Michelle here today sharing with you my latest 
project using exclusive products from The Robin's Nest.

A spring garden inspired canvas, used as a shadow box,
to hold delicate lace crowns embellished with 
a variety of shapes and colors from 
Robin's Nest Dew Drop Collections.

I began with an 8x10 regular canvas, and chose the 
Wedding Cut-Outs Cardstock (script side)
as the background base for my canvas.

After using Mod Podge to adhere the cut cardstock,
I then used torn shabby chic print tissue paper, placed randomly 
and used the Mod Podge to adhere it in the same manner as the cardstock.

Using a distressing tool around all edges, inner edges as well
to give a slightly worn & aged look to the canvas.

To give a time washed looked, I used 
Tattered Angels color Wash in White Wash 
applied with a small brush,over the canvas.

To make the crowns I used 6-inch pieces of dangled lace, shaped and hardened
with 4 coats of fabric stiffener, and secured the shape 
by gluing metal wire on the "inside" of the crowns.

Once hardened, I used mixed media glue, along with 
ScraPerfect's Embellie Gellie to add Dew Drops 
and Daimond Dew Drops to the shaped crown.

I also added leaf wired trim to both crowns, to add to the "garden" look.

 I used a laser cut word, and a collection
of flowers & clay embellishments to finish the canvas. 

The finished result is slightly shabby, and definitely delicate,
a perfect addition to any wall.

And I love the versatility of the Dew Drops. They come in a variety of colors & shapes, and are the perfect compliment to any creative project, from scrapbook layouts and cardmaking to home decor.

Stop by The Robin's Nest store today and pick up some for yourself today!

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Until next time.........

Be Crafty!

1 comment:

Shelly K. Hein-Simmons said...

Amazing work, girl! This is gorgeous!!

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