Friday, April 20, 2018

StencilGirl & Lindy's Gang Blog Hop Day 3 :) :) :)

Hello Hello & Welcome! :) :) :) 


 Welcome to the

Blog Hop! 

Team StencilGirl® and the Lindy’s Gang Design Team are getting creative with 
Lindy’s Gang products and StencilGirl® stencils! 

And Mary Beth Shaw is hopping along with us!!! 

It is now Day 3!!! 
Have you been loving all of the totally amazing inspiration so Far?! THREE DAYS 
with new projects EVERY day! 
HOW FABULOUS!!!

Today I would like to share with you a decorated canvas pencil case. To create the finish on this canvas case I have created a resist embossed pattern and highlighted it with magicals.



Below are the fabulous StencilGirl and Lindy's Gang products I used to create my project :)


 

Lindy's Gang Frozen Jack Frost Starburst Spray


Mermaid Seashells Shimmer Magicals [Azure Sea Asters]


Purely White Embossing Powder



I have created a few photo collages to help demonstrate how I created the finish on the canvas pencil case.


Begin by sealing the front panel of canvas with a coat of white gesso.
When this is dry apply clear or white embossing ink over stencil onto the canvas.
Apply embossing powder, shake off excess.
Heat set embossing powder with heat tool.


Mist the embossed surface with Starburst spray.
Sprinkle on a light coat of Magicals powder along top edge.
Gently mist the powder allowing it to dribble down the embossed surface.
Then with your finger spread and blend the magicals powder with the mist over the embossed surface of the canvas.

Using another piece of canvas recreate the same stencil pattern using the Starbust mist as depicted above.
Remove stencil and whilst mist is still wet sprinkle on some more magicals powder.


Heat dry/set the magicals and starbust spray pattern, then cut out the centres of the flowers.
Adhere/glue small crochet flowers to patterned canvas in the centre of the stenciled flowers.
Then glue the cut out canvas circles to the centre of the crochet flowers.


Mix a very small amount of the magicals powder with some water and use it to colour the white crochet flowers.
Then using a wet baby wipe blend and tone the colour.
When this has dried stitch on some large coordinating buttons with embroidery cotton to the centre of the flowers.

And here are 2 close up images :)





I do hope you are enjoying all of the fabulous creative inspiration on this blog hop?!!! it is time to Hop on over to the next blog on the list! But before you go........

THERE IS A GIVEAWAY



One lucky winner will receive both a $25 Gift Certificate to Lindy’s Gang
AND a $25 Gift Certificate to 
StencilGirl® Products!
Enter to win by leaving a comment below.
Then be sure to visit the other blogs in the hop and comment to win.
The more blogs you comment on, the more chances you have to WIN!
One winner will be chosen at random from all blog comments!
(One comment per blog please.)

You have until Tuesday, April 24th at 11:59PM Central Time to leave your comments.
Winner will be announced onStencilGirl®'s Facebook page and Lindy’s Gang’s Facebook page on Wednesday, April 25.
Blog Hop Order:

Cheers for now and Thank you for dropping by! 

Louise :) xxx

39 comments:

VA Beach VA said...

What a pretty bag! I love the blue and the StencilGirl stencil you selected. Thank you for sharing! ~Rachel Bell bellbrzs (at) cox (dot net)

Mysteryious said...

Still amazed at all the unique items people are altering! very inspiring.
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Sue Kosec said...

Oh my ... who knew a boring and drab pencil case could look so beautiful!?! I've seen these in the stores and just walk on by. Why? Because they are boring and drab. Thank you for sharing your step-by-step process. Walk by I will no more.

Happy crafting!
xo
SuZeQ

Bailey Earith said...

cool! Bailey(at)BaileyFiberArt(dot)com

Mouse said...

This is super cool! I never would have thought to do something like this. Thank you for sharing!

Dotstolines said...

Such a great pencil case! Love what you have done, and it is so much fun to use! Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring!

Vidhi Jadeja said...

Wow beautiful stencil and you have done a great job ... love it. Color ... textures everything!!! Thank you for sharing

Anita said...

Very cool!

TerryO said...

I love this bag! Thanks for your tutorial showing how you did it. It's inspiring me to look for some canvas bags and get to work!

Carol Baxter said...

This looks like a fun idea to make for an afternoon with the girls or Christmas presents! Thanks Louise!

Kim Collister said...

How fun and inspiring!! I'm going to make me one of those!!
Artist who share are awesome! Thank you!!
XO Kim

Kari Leach said...

This stencil is amazing and so is your project.

Nicole Valentine-Rimmer said...

I'll admit I hoard bags and now I have something I can do with them! This is a great idea and turned out lovely~

Annette Reed said...

This looks like so much fun to make! I love the pattern and color. Those flowers are a great addition. I need to try this!

Susan said...

What a gorgeous bag! Great tutorial too.

Ginnie Hebert said...

Love the embossing...and the Magicals...and of course the buttons!

Denise Spillane said...

Your project is so pretty. Nice with that stencil too. Dee

Michelle Logan said...

Once again a fab project! Just love all that you do, thanks for sharing!

Amanda said...

ooh I love that flower stencil! Amanda (at) meadowdance (dot org)

Me McQ said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Great effect with the embossing powder

Rochelle Jay said...

I love how you use fabric. I am always looking for a cool way to make fabric art. Thank you so much!

Lisa said...

This is really cool. Great to know they can be used on fabric.

Patty said...

I like the bubbled look of the first application of the white embossing powder. Very cool.

wendy baysa said...

lovely project! TFS

Kate said...

Gorgeous! I am loving the texture on your canvas bag. Beautiful!!!
Kate

Kelly Parker said...

Love this technique!!

Jakki said...

What a great idea - simple but SO very effective. Thank you for sharing.

Mary Holshouser said...

thanks for the reminder that you
can emboss on canvas. I have some
bags that need beautifying - get
tired of just using paint. I'll
get out the embossing powder and
get to work. Love your pencil
holder. thanks for sharing.
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Catherine Lenoci said...

Nice project!

VickiRossArt said...

This is awesome!

Bluaqua said...

What an awesome bag! Here we think about only using paper and yet you took it outside of that. Creative!

Jean said...

Simply gorgeous. Love the idea of creating a pencil case.

Cathy said...

Beautiful unique design.

Ann Barnes said...

Such a gorgeous piece, I really appreciate the step out photos, I love how you layered the canvas and button, such interest! thanks for sharing!

Traci said...

Oh my this is adorable! I just got a new apron (brown cotton, boring) and this would be a fabulous way to liven it up! Thanks for the idea.

Isabelle St-Onge said...

What a great idea, I love this project!

Mary Catt said...

Beautiful work with great textures and colors! Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration!

Tina said...

Of course you did this! Fantastic Louise! ♥

Heather McMahon said...

Oh that's so cool! I love how you always think outside the square!