Hello everyone
I'm so very excited as this is my first blog post as a Crew Member for the Canvas Corp Brand.

A 4/4 canvas... is all I have to use to show my style!!!
A challenge... These kind of stuff is what you need in life. It makes you believe in yourself and helps you grow. It widens your creativity and pushes you out of your comfort zone.

Result... is this. My mini 4/4 canvas with CCB products.

On the canvas, with Stencil, gave a background with modelling paste. After this dried, I sprayed Red mist from the Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Starter Kit - Primary collection. Next I die cut a white cardstock with Victorian Craft designer square die and Cheery Lynn Flourish die. I misted the diecuts with the Yellow from the same Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Starter kit and let it dry.

Assembled these on the canvas and wrote my sentiment. I later stuck lace from the 7 Gypsies collection around the sides of the canvas. Finally misted the entire canvas with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Gold.  The canvas now looks magical with the golden mist.

I have used all 3 brands - Canvas Corp, Tattered Angels and 7 Gypsies from then Canvas Corp Brand Collective.

Entering my work to the following challenges. 


  1. A beautiful canvas. I can imagine how magical this would be in real life. So glad you joined us at A2Z Scrapbooking.

  2. So feminine and beautifully done!! Thanks for joining in our February challenge at a2z.

  3. This is such a lovely canvas with a great sentiment! Definitely a wonderful piece to have as a positive reminder to keep striving for who we want to become! Beautiful and perfect for our challenge! Thanks for sharing with us at Path of Positivity! ~Katrina

  4. I love mini canvases. So much to put into so small a space, you have to really plan how to fit what you want into that 4x4 area. You've done it beautifully. I love all the products. I'm just the opposite at this moment in my life. I find I'm attempting bigger canvases. My last one was 12x18, and I have a blank one calling me that is 18x24. I find that one a bit intimidating, so I'm working up to it. LOL Thank you for sharing with us at the Path of Positivity Challenge blog.

    1. Thank You Pat. It was a challenge as I am also used to doing big size paintings.


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