Butterfly Canvas- Blue Fern Studios

Here is my second project  for the Blue Fern Studios blog.
I really love experimenting with Mixed Media Products.
It has become my passion and so today I’m showcasing my first project this month which  heavily based on mixed media using many different Blue Fern Studios chipboard pieces
It is a 6×6 Shadow Box Frame Butterfly Canvas.
The whole canvas was inverted and framed with the Chelsea Frame. The frame was embossed in blue embossing powder and then dabbed with silver acrylic paint.
The centre of the canvas was filled with blue and silver glass beads. Then I glued a piece of the Turkish bits chipboard on the background.  Finally i used two butterflies from the Gabrielle butterfly set. All three pieces were embossed in either blue, silver or white respectively.
6×6 Gallery Canvas
Chipboard: Blue fern studios
Paints: Golden fluid acrylics
Silver Paint: Ranger silver acrylic dabber
Embossing powder: stampendous
Prima Finnbair Art Ingredients cobalt glass beads
Prima Finnbair Art Ingredients silver microbeads
Prima stamp n add screw
Prima Color Bloom: Cobalt and Precious stone
Thanks so much for visiting my blog
have a wonderful day!

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  • Reply mamablitger June 21, 2015 at 5:50 am

    Oh Keren this canvas or shadow box is fabulous !!! Awesome job you did. The texture on the frame is gorgeous. Looking so rough !!!
    Lovely work. You are so talented. I love your creativity.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs from Monica

  • Reply Lizzyc June 21, 2015 at 7:59 am

    Looks wonderful! Love the colours and textures!

  • Reply Heather McMahon June 21, 2015 at 12:16 pm

    Keren this is stunning! The inverted canvas is so clever and the whole project is amazing!

  • Reply Luz Maria Bruna June 21, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    What a precious work you made Keren!!!
    I´ve been out from scrapbook for a long time and yesterday I sat on my room!

  • Reply Kathy Grigas June 21, 2015 at 10:35 pm

    What an amazing piece of art Keren. I absolutely love the colors you chose and the beads, WOW!

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