Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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

I love how the Prima products made my canvas come to live. 
I used Christine Adolf #971441 Rub-Ons with the Bora Bora Foil to help create depth to my canvas.  
Apply Gold Crackle paste using palette knife and crackle stencil on a piece of the Tales of You & Me 8 x 8 pattern paper for the background. .
Stamp Chiara on white paper using black ink color with using Copic Markers.
 Stamp Chiara clothes on a pieces of the pattern paper from the French Riviera pattern paper using black ink. 
Fussy cut the piece out and glued them into on to Chiara.
Cut and place the rub-ons down where you want them on the canvas. 
(Pretty side up) 
Rub over foil and lift up.
 I am so impressed with how easy the rub-ons and foil were to use.
The rest of the canvas was created with the French Riviera 6 x 6 paper pad and French Riviera Ephemera with Prima flowers. 
Add a French Rivera sentiment to canvas.
Add Chiara to canvas with pop dots.
Add some pretty Prima Flowers and bow to the front.

Thanks for stopping by today and make sure to check out the amazing Prima/ Bora Bora Rub On Foil and Prima/Christine Adolph #971441 Rub Ons along with other wonder Prima products and Julie Nutting Paper Dolls!!!! Hugs Pam
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3 thoughts on “"Salt In The Air….Sand In My Hair Canvas" with Julie Nutting

  1. Anonymous says:

    Awesome canvas, thank you for showcasing new products and how to use, love your creativity

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  2. Pam ~ This is just wonderful!! So many lovely little details to drool over! I could sit and look for hours and keep finding new and exciting details!!! TFS!

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  3. Michele says:

    this is really fabulous! xo

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