Thanks for popping in. How’s your Sunday going? Mine has been delightful thus far. Stepped away from the Clarity plate for a day, pottered around the house, listening to a really brilliant novel, The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock, by Imogen Hermes Gowar. All about Victorian London and prostitutes. It has me gripped, for sure! In fact, I am writing quickly, because I must get back and find out what is afoot!
Dave was up and out the door at the crack of sparrows, to make the extra stamps we sold yesterday on the TV show. He probably bumped into my brother, who was also working on the Groovi side, getting ready for Tina’s and Linda’s shows the week after next! It’s certainly a family affair.
Here’s a photo step by step of the little canvas I did yesterday…
First, let’s walk the brayer across a little A6 canvas board, to create the painty backdrop. I used the Viva Decor chalky acrylic for a nice matte finish. Paperartsy is great too. I had to use a Daler Rowney purple, not for any other reason than I couldn’t find the pinky purple Viva Decor paint! Sam Crowe? Check your suitcase!!
Now go buy an expensive outfit and insist that it is shop-wrapped in plain white tissue paper..
Then when you get home, park the outfit for a special occasion, and do NOT tear the tissue paper! Right, here goes…
That’ll do for today. Canvas boards: a great bridge from card making to art. The Canvas boards that we sell are a good price and good quality. They can handle any amount of water and action! Available in various sizes. And look out for the A6 adhesive sheets. Click HERE to investigate.
Ahh, that’s Dave’s car I hear. Perfect timing. Permission granted to STOP.
Love & Hugs,