As soon as I saw Kristina Werner use some canvas flowers by Jillibean Soup in her video, a little light bulb went off and I had to try and make my own.
I stamped the Dots background on Claudine Hellmuth's wonderful sticky back canvas, using the new Hero Hues chalk ink in Punch. After letting it dry, I used a Nestabilities flower set and cut them out. Added a button and I was quite pleased with the result!
I wish that I used some type of acrylic paint so the dots would be darker, and maybe YOU can try and make some.
Yep, I'm giving away a pack of sticky back canvas and a Dot background cling stamp to one lucky person.
Just leave me a comment and tell me a "feel good" thing that happened recently.
Even if you don't make these faux Jillibean Soup flowers, the canvas is a great surface to stamp on and takes all types of medium really well. And the Nestabilities cuts through the canvas cleanly, too. I'm also planning to die cut some butterflies soon...
The deadline to leave a comment is Friday, April 2nd at 11:59pm Hawaii standard time. Check the little clock on my blog's sidebar. I will announce the winner on Sunday's post. And I will ship internationally, too, so spread the word!
Stamps: Pure Innocence from My Favorite Things; Hero Arts
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink white, Gina K
Patterned paper: My Mind's Eye
Ink: Memento, Versafine, Colorbox
Other: Nestabilities, corner rounder, Copics,
Sticky back canvas, button