“Beautiful” Altered Burlap Canvas Design Team Project Gina’s Designs

Hello crafty friends!  I have a burlap canvas to share with you today featuring my daughter’s first grade class photo beautifully highlighted with Gina’s laser cuts.

I primed the canvas in spots with Gesso and sprayed the colors I chose as a base for the canvas and began applying all the pieces in my vision 🙂  I primed all of the laser cuts with Gesso and used sprays and embossing powders until I got the desired results for each piece.

Here I embossed the smallest Skeleton Clock in this set and layered the clock hands from the shapes set followed by a butterfly from the Butterflies and Dragons set.  The Leafy Cluster is the base layer and was sprayed with two different colors to coordinate perfectly 🙂

And finally on the right side of the canvas I showcase the banner border which I cut to fit and the “Beautiful” phrase from the Words and Phrases 1 set.  I am so happy with how this came out and would not have been able to make it happen without Gina’s designs!

Thank you for taking a peek, hope you like it!  xo, Brigitte


About paperandparis

I am a creative mom who loves paper crafting, altering, and painting. I love to bake and read and have been known to even cook when the right recipe comes along! I am having fun on a new journey with blogging and look forward to sharing all that I create and love with you!
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One Response to “Beautiful” Altered Burlap Canvas Design Team Project Gina’s Designs

  1. Debbie says:

    Truly beautiful Brigitte.

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