Monday, June 13, 2016

Video: Canvas Hydrangea


Hello! Today I will show you how to make gorgeous canvas collage texture on your mats, which is perfect for this Spectrum Noir colored hydrangea from my Fill it With Flowers set!


 Tiny Textures and a sponge dauber are all you need to create this look. one thing, I forgot to add the pearl you see on one flower in the finished sample before I cut!  This one small detail adds so much!


So...Fill It with Flowers is now SOLD OUT, (more on order don't worry!) but it will be out for a few weeks while we await the shipment, but you can recreate this design with any of my other Stately Flowers sets, making your flower of choice the focal point as well as on the stamped background. Here is one I did with Stately Flowers 8, jessamine and greeting on the mat, and iris stamped on the pink background.



Which do you prefer? (Layout slightly different as well, options, baby!)

Please enjoy! I hate to tease you with this video if you hadn't bought it yet, but wanted to share anyway for those who just bought or are awaiting it's arrival. Again, it will be back in stock soon, StampTV will send an update when it's back to subscribers!

Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Fill It with Flowers, Tiny Textures stamp sets
Gina K. Pure Luxury Sweet Corn, White, Innocent Pink cardstock
Gina K. Honey Mustard, Innocent Pink, Sweet Corn, Applemint ink pads
Spectrum Noir markers- CR2, CR4, CG1, DG3,
Spectrum Aqua marker-Moss (essentials)
Sponge dauber, adhesive, acrylic blocks, white gel pen




5 comments:

Donna Phelan said...

These are GORGEOUS! Love the colors of the hydrangea (and the stately flowers 8--which I do own YAY!) Oh and am I missing the video??? Maybe over at YouTube? Thanks!

Anjaly Vinoy said...

Superb dear!

Luz Berenguer said...

beautiful as always love what you did with the different textures. very pretty card. you inspire and motivate me to explore outside my box. thank you <3

Cindy M said...

Beautiful, love how you added it to the background and the inside. You always inspire me, thanks!

KT said...

Melanie, This card is so gorgeous. All your designs are beautiful, but this technique really set it off- awesome.