I am still getting used to Paverpol and thinking about all the amazing projects that can be created. Still experimenting, I wanted to work on a canvas.
Using a 6" x 6" canvas I first painted it black, then dunked Pavercotton into the Transparent Paverpol. After squeezing out the excess Paverpol, I pulled apart the Pavercotton and placed it on the canvas, pulling it apart and arranging it until I liked how it looked. I had originally thought about creating something spooky or creepy, but my project morphed as I worked on it.
Once the Paverpol dried, I added color using assorted colors of ColorBox® Spritzers. I heat set the colors before spritzing the next color so the colors would stay true.
Around the edge of the canvas I used ColorBox® Background Basics by Ann Butler with ColorBox Crafter's® by Ann Butler.
I used a key as the focal point. Die cut leaves from Spellbinders and Prima flowers were inked and adhered to the canvas. A Unity stamp was stamped on a wood tag which was tied to the key. And a Prima porcelain sign was added to the bottom of the canvas.
Look at all that texture.
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