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Angel with Attitude!

November the Altered Pages Design Team is super excited to be partnering with
CRAFT ATTITUDE™


What is  Craft Attitude™???

It is a printable film on a white carrier sheet that can be used in your ink printer.  This product will take your crafting to a new level.  You will have a lot of fun creating when you add Craft Attitude™ in you crafting/art.  This month we can't wait to share with you what the design team has been up to...  be sure to check back each day to see what the Altered Pages Design Team creates with Attitude! 

We hope to inspire you to create with Attitude!



Today Karen Conner created a charming canvas with an image of an angel printed on Craft Attitude™ printable film.  She has a great video to show how she created her project!




Supplies used:
Craft Attitude ™
Altered Pages Collage Sheet Angel Voices
8 x 10 canvas
Acrylic paint
Gesso
Texture paste
Flowers
stencil

Comments

  1. Very sweet! I love the angel you chose for this pretty canvas.

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  2. Looking forward to trying this!

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    1. Karen, lovely canvas and thanks so much for the video!

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  3. Love the soft colors! Very elegant!

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  4. so...where do we find this Craft Attitude?

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    1. Here you go Jackie - http://www.craftattitude.com/craft-attitude-brand

      Have fun :)

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  5. Love this.This month's partner product would seem to be extremely versatile. This is an exciting product!

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  6. What a beautiful end product.
    I will be watching the video on Youtube a bit later. Must learn more about this product.

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  7. great work!!! lovely inspired art!

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  8. Thank you Roni!!! Off to place an order!

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  9. Such a beautiful angel canvas. Great video tutorial, too. TFS

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  11. Such a beautiful image--lovely canvas, Karen!

    :)

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  12. Beautiful Karen, and a great video!

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