Sunday, March 15, 2015

CTMH Technique Blog Hop ~ Blank Canvas

We have a really fun project for you this month! 
This month we'll show you ways to turn a blank canvas into a work of art!

If you've hopped over from Melissa David's blog you're on the right track! Just keep clicking the links at the end of each 
post to continue on the hop!

I paired up the canvas with cards from the Hopscotch Picture My Life Scrapbooking Program. This was SO easy! I just picked out the cards I wanted to use,and layered them on a piece of Flaxen cardstock for an overall background. I did add a mat CS to the flower and message cards. I also trimmed down the card below the flowers. The message is popped up with 3D Foam. Some Extra Thick Twine and 
a variety of bling and it was done!

Our blank canvases are fantastic way to showcase all kinds of projects. It gives you options galore from stamping directly on the canvas to papercrafting of all kinds. Whatever you do, you'll have a beautiful piece of home decor! See more ideas in our Annual Inspirations catalog and be sure to check out page 32!

All products are Close To My Heart:
--My Creations Canvas Display
--Picture My Life Scrapbooking Program - Hopscotch
--CS - Flaxen, Ponderosa Pine
--Extra Thick Twine - Pixie, Flaxen
--Embellishments - Flamingo Dots, Gold Glitter Gems, Pink Glitter Gems
--Edge Distresser
--3D Foam

I'd love to be your consultant!

Now it's time for more ideas! Hop on over to see what Marianne Hancock has to share!

Thanks for hopping by!


  1. Beautiful. I love how you incorporated the PML cards to create this canvas, and this is one of my favorite Seuss quotes. I will be "lifting". ;)

    1. Thanks! I love that Seuss quote, too. The PML cards make creating SO easy!

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  3. Now who would have thought to stick some PML cards on there?! YOU! that's who! WOW! LOVE what you did with them and how you used them to decorate your canvas. You've inspired me!

    1. Thanks, Melissa! I love how it turned out.

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    1. Thanks, Marianne. It was a fun project to make.