Sunday, July 6, 2014

What's In A Blog Name?

I took another project off my 'Crafty Things To Do List'.  I've been wanting to make a plaque with my blog name on it, but today my Design Team post is a Canvas.  I'm satisfied!  I thought I would play with a few of my Faber Castell products that were still in the package.  After watching a few videos, I took the plunge and this is what I created representing my blog name.

Recipe ingredients:
Faber Castell gelatos
Colorbox Chalk ink
Tsukineko chalk ink
Stazon ink
Studio 71 canvas paper
Prima Bloom Girl
Canvas Corp - canvas
Recollections stamps, metal and stickers
Webster's Pages fabric sticker and flowers
Prima and Recollection flowers
K & Company Sea Glass chipboards
Making Memories mesh
Martha Stewart butterfly punches
Provo Craft alphabet stamps
Stickles - variety
Copic and Bic Mark it markers
Kimberly watercolor pencils
Here are just a few products I pulled out to get this canvas started.  I decided to use my film strip stamp, inked it on acetate paper and added a clock stamp to it.  The prayer was cut in strips to capture it on the page filling it with lots of embellishments to create the tropical decor. 

This is how I made my banner using Studio 71 canvas sheet.  I poured on the gesso then added my gelatos and sprays.  After it dried, various stamps were added.  I cut some in strips and added it to the canvas.  Butterfly punches, a heart and the banner were cut with the paper.  Chalk inks were added to the ends to define the paper.

This is My Scrapbook Prayer that Tiare featured in  Scraps of Color E Magazine years ago that I wrote in 2008 after attending a Scrapbook Extravaganza.  It is still dear to my heART!  I love the Prima Bloom Stamp....A 'Natural' Beauty just like me.

Do you have a blog plaque or sign in your Craft room?  If not, I hope I have inspired you to create one.



  1. Princess, this is wonderful of course you did a great job! I love all of the elements especially the prayer!

  2. I ditto everything that Treva said. Princess this is simply beautiful. The coloring on the stamp image...girl, it's off the chain (lol). TFS

  3. I love, love, love this, Princess! Thanks for showing all the supplies that you used and inspiration to create!!!

  4. Fabulous job with this, love the colors and stamp



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