Another company I cam across while I was in Version-Scrap in Paris was [email protected]. They have great products for mixed media artists. Their wide range of products include mediums, paints, mists, stencils, papers and so such more.
So here is my mixed media canvas, which is going to decorate my craft room!
I kept my palette to two main colors, turquoise and gold. The one thing I love most when working on a canvas compared to my art journal is that I can go as dimensional as I want. So you can see so many embellishments here such as the key, the frame and the flower clusters.
I also love using micro beads, the texture and the detail they give on my projects is just amazing!
For my flower clusters I used mulberry white flowers in different sizes. You can spray them to match the colors of your project or you can leave them white just like I did and add a touch of color on them with micro beads.
And I just love the frame and how it turned out after spraying it with a couple of colors! Such a gorgeous look!
You can enjoy the video below or at my YouTube channel
[email protected] is a Polish company. If you live in Europe check them out and you will find that shipping is cheap. Their products are also available in the USA (link below).
Oh Vicki, what a treasure! I keep seeing beautiful canvasses like this one, and one of these days, my scale will tip and I’ll try one – they look like lots of fun to make and surely an heirloom to keep! Beautifully done!
Wow wow wow Vicki, this canvas is absolutely beautiful! You are such an inspiration! Thank you for sharing xx
This is gorgeous. Love the butterfly and frame.
I am not surprised at all to see yet another beautiful piece from you. You always inspire and I always learn.
Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing all these wonderful techniques with us.
I love the background papers and your color palette.
Love those colors. I’ve had 4 canvases for ever it seems. You gave me an ah ha moment. Thank you for inspiration.
This is so beautiful! I love the colors. You are so very talented and give so much inspiration to us all. Thanks.
Love this canvas Vicki! The texture you created by putting the background paper on in squares is brilliant! Love your colour choices. Gorgeous art!
WOW! Vicky. I have to say, two years ago, I would admire these things but didn’t want to make them. I have to say you are an inspiration because that is SO beautiful, now I believe I could (and WANT) to make one myself! This is truly beautiful. TFS!
Every one of your projects is beautiful, but this is one of my favorites! Thank you so very much for sharing your artistic gifts with us. It is just joyful to see an email from you in my inbox!! I cannot wait to open them to see what inspirations you will share with us. Thanks again for all that you do!
Beautiful, Vicky! I know how much you like texture and dimension and it was fun to watch the project come to life.
This is so lovely, Vicky! I love what you did with the frame, and using the key for the butterfly body rocks it! Thank you again for your wonderful, continuous inspiration!
You are my favorite mixed media artist. This latest creation is more than mesmerizing. I so look forward to your video tutorials and all of your beautiful Creations. Thanks for sharing your talents with us.
I think I say this a lot, Vicky but this project is one of my favorites from you! Your canvas turned out just GORGEOUS!!! Love it! ♥
Very inspirational Vicky! We’d love to see more mixed media projects like this. Watching your videos is always such a treat. Thank you for the many tips and tricks. You have such a gift for simplicity, color management, cleanness and creativity. This is definitively a project that I will copy. Thanks!
This is gorgeous, I love the way you’ve used all the elements.
I really enjoy your videos. It is a treat to view each one, I take notes for ideas to try!
Happy Easter 🙂
Vicki…this is very inspiring..truly. Thanks for sharing..the elements and colors are just beautiful. Maybe if I win the Sizzix contest on Scrapbook.com (Sizzix $2500 (5 Winner) Ultimate Giveaway), I will have the opportunity to use many styles of die cuts in this way ..and with other mediums!!! I love watching your videos…thanks!!