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Sticky Back Canvas Resist

I love taking products and changing them up. Giving them a new life and a new look.

Here, I started with a piece of Sticky Back Canvas. To “cut” canvas, I just do a little cut at the edge and tear it. It tears straight and leaves a lovely frayed edge every time. Next, I white heat embossed the circle image on it. I then pressed a ton of various Distress Inks right over on it until it looked absolutely awful. Next, I sprayed it about ten times with a Perfect Pearls + Water mix until it looked worse. But when it dried? Awesome…

By putting on lots of Distress Ink and spraying it, it blending nicely, coloring the canvas and leaving some shine. I also took a Basic Grey flower embellishments and changed it up a bit, adding pearls and twine and such…

For complete instructions, visit Ranger HERE. For supplies, see the small images below.

The background of this card was stamped with THIS fabulous Tim Holtz stamp. The fine lines in the image make it perfect for a subtle background. I lovey it…

And if you don’t have Sticky Back Canvas, I highly recommend it. So many fun techniques you can do with it – it is fun for Copics, stamping, paint, Distress Ink and more. SO much easier to work with then regular fabric. Claudine Hellmuth is brilliant.

Oh, and it comes in natural now, too…

By the way, did you know Ranger now has a bigger Mister bottle? I love the Mini Misters, but this bigger size is so much handier. Less refilling but just as great of a fine mist…

Happy day.

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