Friday, April 28, 2017

Dare 2 B Artzy Spring 3D Blog Hop


Welcome to Dare 2B Artzy's Blog Hop!!
Who's excited for Spring?!
Here are D2BA we are super excited for some sun shiny days and warm weather!
To celebrate we decided to have a Spring 3D Themed Blog Hop!! 
We are super excited to have two Guest Designers joining us for this hop!!


You should have arrived here from Michelle 's blog!  If you haven't and would like to hop along with us, please go back to the Dare 2B Artzy Blog to start at the beginning!
Be sure to follow each blog and leave comments along the way for your chance at winning!  We will randomly choose a winner from one of the blogs, so the more you comment, the more chances you have to win!!
Winner will receive a stamp set and ink pad of their choice!!
Blog Hop will end Sunday, April 30th at 7:00pm Eastern. 
We will then post a winner!!
Hop Order:
Vicki  - April GDT
Michelle - May GDT

Today I am excited to share this 3 D canvas I created!


Supplies 
4 x 4 Canvas
Gesso
The Crafter's Workshop - Chickenwire Stencil
Distress Ink- Pumice Stone
Canvas Corp Brands/Tattered Angels Chalkboard Paint -  Splash
Fiskars- Flower Punches (medium and large punches)
Hole Punch
Scallop Punch
Leaf Border Punch 
Ribbon, Buttons, Brads

Step 1 - Create flowers 

Punch flowers.  Large flowers use 2 large punches and 2 medium punched flowers.  Medium flowers use 3 punched flowers. 

Punch center of flowers with hole punch. Layer flowers and add brad to center of the flowers.

Mist flowers with water. (you want them to be wet but not soaking wet.)

Scrunch flowers.

 Separate each petal of flowers and let dry.


 Step 2 Create canvas.

Paint Canvas with Gesso. Let Dry.
Splatter canvas with Tattered Angels Splash Chalkboard paint. Let Dry.

Layer stencil over dry canvas.  Sponge Distress ink over stencil.




Step 3 -Assemble Canvas.

Stamp Sentiment onto white cardstock and punch sentiment with scallop punch.  Attach to right side of canvas. 

Add flowers. Punch leaf border and trim.  Add among flowers. 

Fussy cut butterfly from Fields of Joy papers. Attach to top right of canvas.  

Finish off the canvas with a ribbon and button accent. 

Here is a close up view of the canvas.

Thanks for stopping by! 
Your next stop in the hop is Tonya's blog! 
We hope you are inspired all along the way! 
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Happy Hopping!

18 comments:

Verna Angerhofer said...

Your canvas is so beautiful and I love all the dimension and elements you added to it.

Crafty Pink Pixie said...

Those flowers are awesome; love your canvas! :)

Preeti D. (aka Preety) said...

gorgeous work :)

clavell said...

Great tutorial!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love this.
The flowers are so realistic.
The sentiment is sweet.
I'd be thrilled to have this
one given to me.
thanks for sharing.

McStamper said...

Love your fabulous canvas. Thanks for sharing The flower process. They are beautiful.

Helen Budz said...

Oh my! This canvas is stunning--love the flowers, love the colors, love it all. Thanks for sharing such a great creation.

Shuly said...

Amazing job! You're an artist with the flowers and canvas it all looks fantastic!

Arianna Barbara said...

Wow! Stunning project!!! Love so much the amazing colors!!!
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~ Kendra ~ said...

Gorgeous canvas you created!!! Love the beautiful flowers you made!!

Cheri said...

Wow! A true work of art! Thank you for showing us how to make these flowers. Fields of Joy paper is beautiful!

Sherry Butcher said...

wonderful canvas! love the flower and the colors. Thanks for sharing.

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty canvas with a beautiful quote!

Tonya M said...

Gorgeous canvas! I love the flowers - thanks for sharing how you created them. I really like the hexagon background and the sentiment. Great project!

Janette Kausen said...

Awesome canvas, Chris! Thanks for sharing!

Karen (karey2005) said...

Gorgeous canvas. Your flowers are so cool.

janlesiak said...

I like the way you made the flowers for the canvas and added the butterfly.

Leslie said...

Very, very awesome! Love those flowers!