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Road Trippin!

Did you go on a fabulous Road Trip this summer?
I didn't!
HA! Gotcha!
Hi all! Becky here today!
BUT, when I saw this adorable chipboard laser cut trailer I KNEW I had to have it
 Don't be know you want it too!
How fun would it be to cruise around the country with one of these?! Too Stinkin' CUTE!!!
Anyway, as many of you know, I have a tendency to do mixed media canvases & that is exactly what I did with this little guy...
So here's the cute little guy up close. He's kinda been through the wringer traveling the country!
Here's the full 6x6 canvas...Its a deep edge, so I carried a lot of my texture over to the edges, 

I think you'll notice is that I used the cool Cubist stencil from the shop too (as well as the wonderful punchinella!)The rest of the texture is from stamps & another mask I have in my stash.

That's it!
Be sure to check out all the new stencils in the TOOLS are of the shop! They just keep rolling in!


  1. I wouldn't have thought that trailer could be so great! I wasn't really interested in it, but you've inspired me - now I gotta me one!

    Your background is just beautiful!

  2. Looks amazing!! I love the layers and dimension you got!! Fabulous!!

  3. LOVE THE LITTLE TRAILER! What a great mixed media canvas!!! Great textures!

  4. So awesome!! Love what you did with that cutie patootie trailer!! Thinking I feel a shopping TRIP coming on!!!!

  5. That little trailer makes me smile!!! great art!


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