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Dimensional Canvas


Day 3 of May Arts / October Afternoon Blog Week

Dimensional Canvas

Hi! Britta Swiderski here with another video tutorial. This week, join me as I create a 9″ by 12″ canvas wall hanging combining May Arts lace and silk ribbon along with multiple dimensional items from the October Afternoon 5 & Dime collection. I’ll show you how to cover the canvas, make items really stick down and set up a composition that will look gorgeous on any wall.

Blog post by: Britta Swiderski

  1. Sue D

    This is so cute!

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  2. Becci Manies

    How seriously ADORABLE is this???? My goodness, that’s some talent!

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  3. Natalie

    This is soo cute!

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  4. Rebecca Ednie

    So cute! The kitten and the canvas!

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  5. Denise Coulter

    Fabulous home decor project. I just finished an 8×10 canvas which I painted blue! It’s so much fun to put homemade projects on the wall 🙂

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  6. Latrice Murphy

    I love this canvas britta! Great job friend.

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  7. Holly Tolman

    This is a great idea, I love it!

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  8. Melinda Wilson

    I love this idea . . . I am going to have a scraplift it!!

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  9. Lindy

    What a cute project!!!! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  10. DeniseB

    Sweet project, and cute kitten!
    DeniseB

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  11. sue w.

    very nice canvas project and cute kitty.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  12. Tini

    OMG – this canvas is soooo cute!!!!

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  13. Marjorie Barker

    I’ve done canvas rugs before, but not something to place on a wall. Love this idea!

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  14. Karen K

    Very cute canvas project of your kitten. That was a good video also. Thanks!

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  15. Helen LeBrett

    beautiful canvas art: love the layout, the papers and ribbons, and especially the kitty 🙂

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  16. erin t

    What a great project.

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  17. Sav O'G

    What a cute little kitty—love that canvas;) THANKS for the chance to win- sbmmhoover at yahoo dot com

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  18. Mumsie

    Cute project (and very cute kitten too). Thanks for the tutorial. I may be brave enough to try canvas myself now.

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  19. Lindsay

    What a cute kitty! Would love to try working with canvas…

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  20. Sarah

    Very sweet project. Great tip for lining up the alphas, too.

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  21. Carol

    Super cute canvas! Great video!

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  22. Mandie Wade

    What a sweet canvas!

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  23. Cynthia B.

    The only canvas project I’ve ever done is at a CKU class years ago. I guess a new format scares me. 😉
    You make it look easy – thanks for sharing!

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  24. jackie S

    Very cute project. Love all the dimension

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  25. Donna

    Awe, so cute! Love the kitten.

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  26. jean marmo

    Such a cute idea!

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  27. Kelly massman

    OMGoodness! This is too cute for words! Really love this one!!!!!

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  28. natasha G.P.

    I just noticed the kitten button on the top. NICE TOUCH!!!!!!!

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  29. b.poteraj

    What a cute tribute to your kitty. Too cute.

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  30. Sharon Gullikson

    Your baby is adorable. And he looks really cute on the craft!

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  31. Amanda J

    That turned out so cute! Great video tutorial! 🙂

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  32. Jasmine Ford

    Cute canvas…and I love the tip you gave about lining up the mini alphas so they are level with each other!!

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