Thanks for stopping by my blog today! I've got a fun project to share today and it was so easy to make because I didn't have to pull out my sewing machine!
I'm joined by my team mates at Stampendous this week to share a project using the Canvas Corp Canvas Shoulder Bag and I'm pretty sure you'll want to find out all the different ways the team members decided to create with them.
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Here's what I did with my canvas bag!
I was stumped on what to do with a canvas bag. Really all I ever do is paper crafting these days, so when our bag came in the mail I was a bit worried. I checked out what most people do with canvas products and decided I was only going to freak out more over it. LOL
So I took a deep breath and started testing out what to do and even found some iron-on transfer paper in my stash that I was going to use, but then I thought I should just go ahead and stamp right on the bag... so I did! I'm really glad I did!
I used Jaquard Dyna Flow inks that are just like painting with dyes, but they are paints that act like watercolor. Once dry they are there to stay so all I had to do was play with the shading right while I put down the color.
Thanks for stopping by! Head on over to the other blogs today for inspiration!
Janelle Stollfus - It's me!!!!
Stamps: Cling Bird Blossom Stamp Set (Stampendous)
Paper: not this time around
Ink: Jet Black StazOn ink (Tsukineko), Dye-na Flow Exciter inks (Jaquard)
Accessories: Canvas shoulder bag (Canvas Corp), white acrylic pen (Liquitex)