Keren here on the Prima Blog with an inspirational canvas using the new Julie Nutting wooden dolls.
As soon as I got the dolls I knew I would want to create a whimsical canvas for my daughter’s room. My daughter is a red head so I really wanted to paint the doll’s hair orange and that’s exactly what I did. She loved it so much we hung it in her room as soon as it was dry.
My daughter is a free spirited soul and this quote is truly perfect for her. She always brings love and magic wherever she goes.
I’ve created a step by step tutorial on how I created this canvas:
10. I glued the doll, a wooden dragonfly and an Antique Street Sign to the canvas.
11. Finally I added some texture to the edges of the canvas, lines on the grass and around the words, and some gesso on the embellishments to tie it all in.
972662 Julie Nutting Wooden doll, 573805 Color Bloom-Gold Foil, 573904 Color Bloom- Peony, 573850 Color Bloom- Lime Wedge, 573829 Color Bloom-Worn Leather, 573911 Color Bloom- Gilded, 573867 Color Bloom- Summer sky, 573751 Color Bloom- White, 892296 Ingvild Bolme Shabby chic Treasures- Antique Street Sign, 569860 Wood embellishments- flowers, 572877 Stationary’s desk wood embellishments, 572624 Free Spirit clear stamp set, 960351 Finnabair Elemental doily, 892364 Ingvild Bolme resist chalk edgers pack (Garden grass and Rock Moss), 891343 chalk edger-turquoise stone, 891190 chalk edger-moss lawn, 891183- chalk edger coltfoots stamens, 890995 Chalk edger- black coal
Hope you get to play with some of these Julie Nutting wooden dolls.
Have a wonderful day!!
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