Thursday, June 27, 2013

Personalized Mini Canvas

So remember when I told you my sis got married.  She was a beautiful bride!!!

We had so much fun at the wedding. I was excited when my sister,who has absolutely no creative bone in her body when it comes to crafts - but she is a fabulous cook and I have been begging her to guest post or even co-blog with me,  what was I saying...oh yes she was telling me about this adorable birdcage that was at her wedding venue that was used to hold the cards from the guests.  She was also explaining to me about a little picture that other people had put on it with initials, etc... to decorate it for their weddings.  I said, "Send me a picture!"  and she did and I decided she needed a cute personalized mini canvas hanging on hers.  I was thrilled to be able to make something for her for her special day.  You can see from her flowers that she likes the color yellow .  Look at my dress:

The guys wore grey.

I know this is a post about making a Personalized Mini Canvas but I may or may not also be taking this time to show off my gorgeous sister and my beautiful kids.

Back to the canvas.  I used the same process I used for these canvas photo ornaments to make this.  I designed  my photo using the free printables on The Wedding Chicks site. I then personalized and changed the colors.  Once I was done I had it printed up and then cut out the crest.  I mounted it onto two coordinating papers (I double mounted this one.)  And then Mod Podged it on to a small canvas.  I used my Bowdabra for the first time on this project (I love my Bowdabra now!) Added the ribbon and it was done. Plus after the wedding they can hang it in their house or use it on their Christmas tree.  I wish I would have taken a picture of it hanging on the birdcage but I was too busy socializing, dancing  and drinking celebrating.

Last year at this time I made Baked Beans 

Two years ago at this time I made Upgraded Jello Shots

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1 comment:

  1. Great job it's perfect! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!


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