Mini Stretched Burlap Canvas

Today I’m featuring one of the stretched canvas’ Cropstop carries in the store. This one is a mini (4 x 4) one made of burlap.  I decided to make an interchangeable piece of decor with mine. Here’s step by step instructions for creating this little piece of art:

I cut 6 pieces of manila cardstock into 2 3/4 x 3 1/4 inch pieces

Using Tim Holtz Distress Crayons, I colored each piece in season-coordinating colors and rubbed them in with a slightly wet finger

Using the Happy Everything Blueprints Stamp Set (Tim Holtz) and Ground Espresso Distress Ink I stamped six different images on my tags

I distressed the edges and inked them with sponge daubers

The last step was matting each tag on coordinating colors of cardstock . You could achieve the same look using distress inks. Here are the colors I used for each tag:

Now it’s your turn to share the projects you’ve been working on! Have you ever used your paper crafting supplies to create a piece of canvas art? I’d love to see it, so be sure to stop by our CURRENT LINK PARTY and showoff your projects that use products from companies Cropstop carries in the store!

REMEMBER: If we reach 100 links this month there will be TWO winners and TWO prizes!!

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2 Responses to Mini Stretched Burlap Canvas

  1. Gail Scott says:

    Fabulous and stunning! TFS

  2. Such a great idea to showcase your creations, I am surprised how well the the gesso stuck to it through the stencil, great coverage!

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