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STEAMPUNK Canvas with Leaky Shed!


What wonderful month! If you have been following this blog you know the Altered Pages Design Team is partnering with the Leaky Shed Design Team. I hope you have enjoyed all the projects so far this month... I think they have been fantastic.   Be sure to check back each day for more inspirational projects by each team.
 STEMAPUNK CANVAS
Today I want to share with you my Steampunk Canvas Board.  The image I used for the background is from the Altered Pages Steampunk & Science Collage Sheet.

The Canvas Board was covered with a generous coat of Art Anthology Acrylic Paint. 

Once the Art Anthology Acrylic Paint was dry, it was sprayed with Dylusion Spray Ink. After drying ink edges with StazOn Midi Spiced Chai ink.

The Altered Pages Steampunk & Science Collage Sheet was coated with IMAGINE CRAFTS Creative Medium. Using a paper towel Dylusion Spray Ink was wiped over the image to distress. Finally it was lightly sprayed with   IMAGINE CRAFTS GooseBumps.

The Leaky Shed Ornithoper Was inked with StazOn Jet Black and heat embossed with clear embossing powder several times. 

The Leaky Shed Chipboard Gears were inked with Delicata Golden Glitz the edges were gently distressed with StazOn Jet Black. Adhere to the canvas board and you have an AWESOME STEAMPUNK Canvas!

Supplies:
Canvas Board
Art Anthology Acrylic
Leaky Shed Chipboard Gears
Leaky Shed Ornithoper
Dylusion Spray Ink
Altered Pages Steampunk & Science Collage Sheet
Delicata Golden Glitz
StazOn Jet Black
StazOn Midi Spiced Chai
IMAGINE CRAFTS GooseBumps
IMAGINE CRAFTS Creative Medium

From stash: Gears, Clear Embossing Powder


We have a give away this month.  Be sure to post each day on the blog.  Every day you post you receive an entry!!

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