ART Canves with Resin

Today we have designer Kristi Parker sharing a
wonderful Mixed Media Canvas using EnviroTex Lite

Some days you just don't want to make the same old thing, so I really got out of the box and did a small canvas.  I love making a canvas and then coating it with ETI!  Sorry I don't have step out photos, it just kind of took on a life of its own!  

In this project I used:
EnviroTex Lite
Dreamweaver Stencils: Large Flourish, Cathedral Windows large and small
Dreamweaver Embossing Plaste
Goosebumps, Radiant Neon Ink
 Staz-On Ink 
 Art Glitter 
Verses Rubber Stamps 
Paula Best Stamps
,Ann Butler Design s MonogramStamps
 Peddler's Pack Stamps
ATC blanks
Clear Embossing Powder
Beacon Adhesives Fabri-Tac 

I started with the blank canvas and used the Radiant Neon Ink to stencil on the color.  I went around the edges with the ink pads directly on the canvas and blended in the color.  I then used clear embossing powder and heat set the entire thing.

Next I made the ATC pieces.  I sprayed Goosebumps on the stencil then laid it on the paper.  After the Goosebumps were dry I added the the color.  I had a couple of tries and fails on stamping the letters from Ann Butler so I ended up stamping them in Staz-On Jet Black on acetate. 

Using Fabri-Tac  I attached the ATCs to the canvas.  I did stamp the other word images in Staz-on and cut them close to layer later.

I started adding other elements including the flourish and glitter.  I also used a lot of Goosebumps to adhere the embellishments, which then gave me the idea of finishing the project with ETI!  

I placed the other words stamped in the places I wanted.  
I chose the words "Imagine/Dream/Create
  When they are combined they make ART!

Here is the finished project.  
Thanks for letting me share today and everything is better coated with RESIN!

Kristi Parker!

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