Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Oopsie Daisy Shine On Canvas

 photo 0714_BlogHopBadge_zps11dfbe72.jpg

Welcome to the Club Scrap Oopsie Daisy Collection Blog Hop! I'm so glad you've stopped by my blog.  If you would like to return to the start of the hop link here.

I just fell in loved the Oopsie Daisy art work as soon as I saw the Club Scrap Kit.  So, after many false starts trying making my own version of collection's daises, I decided to used the art work from this 8.5 x 11 printed paper as my canvas focal image.  

I started by making a sky background on my 12 x 12 canvas using Derwent Inktense blocks in blues using a water mister to blend.  Once dry the Intense is permanent, then I added Lindy Stamp Gang Starburst Spray in Hydrangea Blue allowing it to puddle and added spots of Lindy Stamp Gang Starburst Spray California Poppy Gold.

The main flower image is was cut out from two sheets of paper.  First I stamped the Daisy definition stamp in ash Club Scrap hybrid ink and heat set to make it permanent. I love using heat set hybrid ink in all the wonderful Club Scrap colors for any wet mixed media or watercolors. Next I added a layer of Lindy Stamp Gang Starburst Spray in Glory of the Seas Gold. The flower center was enhanced with flower soft added to the center.  Next the cut daisies were mounted with foam squares to add dimension.  The lettering uses the Club Stamp collection Vanilla Thicker letters with Lindy Stamp Gang Embossing Power in Morning Glory Azure for extra shine.

The canvas border is painted with grey acrylic paint and Club Stamp collection paper. Half inch strips of caramel paper were mitered.  The black Club Stamp collection paper was cut free hand in a wavy pattern strips.  Each strip was colored lightly with a gold Playcolor metallic paint (from a past Club Scrap Kit) and distressed the edges, before layering on the canvas.

The artwork in this collection is beautiful and I had a lot of fun making this canvas.  Your next stop is with the talented Janet from Dishing with Janet and the beginning of the hop is at Club Scrap Creates here.

Thank you for reading my post,
Happy Crafting,
Debby H