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Featuring Prima IOD Moulds

Today I have a Canvas to share with you.


If you haven't tried the Prima IOD Moulds or any moulds for that matter...get some and have a play. Here's the process I followed for my little canvas. Prior to starting my Canvas I used some dry clay to use in my Prima IOD mould and left them overnight to harden. The capture of the detail on these moulds are awesome.


I started with gluing down some paper (any paper) to the canvas using 3D matte gel. To add extra dimension I used some texture paste through a crafters workshop stencil then I covered it with black gesso and touched the high points with some white gesso.


I used a chipboard frame & painted it with art alchemy acrylic paint in light patina. I also painted the Escucheons #2 IOD moulds with patina. Once dry I sprayed some Lindy's Dark Chocolate Truffle and wiped off the excess with a baby wipe.

The pocket watch was painted with black gesso then lightly dry brushed with white gesso.

The butterflies with acrylic paint in light patina and rich turquoise.


I strategically placed all my pieces on to the canvas and once I was happy with the look - I glued them all down using heavy body gel. Last touches were adding some black micro beads & rust paste!

There you go 😊 Hope this inspires you to get some crafting done. These little canvasses make great little pressies for a wall hanging.

Until next time, happy crafting! Christine

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