Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Hi!!! If you stopped by the blog today to check out my Nautical Bliss Canister and Card with Julie Nutting you can find it HERE!!!
I hope you have enjoyed the week long Stampendous/ Tando Creative Hop that has been happening!!!

Today I created a step out tutorial showing you how to make an inverted mixed media canvas along with Tando Creative chippies and Stampendous products!

Paint sides of inverted canvas with brown paint, dry.
  Mix embossing paste with grey and white paint, paint inside of inverted canvas, dry. 
Dry brush yellow and white paint to inside of inverted canvas, dry. 
Stamp background image with white paint to inside of inverted canvas, dry. 
 Lay stencil on top of prepared canvas, 
 apply embossing paste with palette knife, dry. 
Stamp background image with red paint, dry. 
Adhere pattern paper strips to top of prepared canvas. 
Add metal corners. 
  Paint one open and the solid chipboard with green paint, dry. 
 Stamp image on white paper, color with markers. 

Adhere to back of open chipboard piece.
 Adhere solid chipboard piece to back.
Adhere chipboard pieces together. 

Paint sides with green and brown paint, dry.

Stamp background image with brown paint on the prepared open chipboard piece, dry.
Stamp snowflakes with white paint, dry. 
  Adhere prepared chipboard to inside of inverted canvas. 
 Adhere handle to chipboard.
 Die cut leaves from pattern paper. 
Adhere to chipboard.
Adhere bow and enamel dots to leaves on chipboard. 
Die cut pattern paper journal image. 
Adhere together. 
 Add to canvas. 
Thanks for stopping by today and make sure to

 head over to the Stampendous Blog to see more projects.

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Other Supplies:
Glue Dots

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I’m so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many free goodies like this …. Stamps, Embossing Powder, Ink, Stamp Blocks, Paper that I’m using today.
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17 thoughts on “Snow Cap Pup Inverted Canvas with Stampendous and Tando Creative

  1. Love the reverse canvas. The stamps are to die for especially the House Mouse (my addiction) lol Seriously wonderful project!


  2. Unknown says:

    Precious and Fun PLUS incredibly creative Pam!! Smiling! So fun to stop by and see your artwork. Xj.


  3. I love all the wonderful elements that you have used to create this fantastic Holiday decoration! Whimsical and fun yet also classy and elegant! Perfect for the kids and the oldsters who are kids at heart! LOL TFS!Barb in VT


  4. Jamie Martin says:

    Love what you have done, gorgeous!


  5. Jamie Martin says:

    Love what you have done, gorgeous!


  6. What a fun project. And I love everything about Christmas, so this is just a perfect décor piece. Thanks for the inspiration.Becca from FL


  7. Janis says:

    GORGEOUS!!! I am in love with the white stenciling on the inside!!<3Janis in IDjwoolbright at gmail dot


  8. This is fabulous.The framing is great.The little mice are so cute (onlyones I'm happy to have in my house).Wish this was at my house for theholiday season.thanks for sharingIllinois


  9. This is so adorable! What a great decor piece for the Holidays.


  10. McStamper says:

    What a wonderful idea. Thanks so much for sharing.


  11. McStamper says:

    What a wonderful idea. Thanks so much for sharing.


  12. cghundley says:

    Awesome project!Loving how you used the frameand the stage.Carla from Utah


  13. Vicki says:

    Fabulous project Pam! Your step by step is great!


  14. Awesome details! Love the stencil and paste for added texture! Adorable mice and awesome coloring!Denise in CA


  15. craftymom205 says:

    Great project. From Alabama


  16. This is stunning. NY


  17. Sue D says:

    Beautiful frames for these mice.Sue in Ohio


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