Monday, March 24, 2014

Canvas Flower Pin-Radiant Orchid Challenge & MSD Blog Hop with Petaloo

Have you heard Marion Smith Designs is teaming up with Petaloo!!! 
Join us for our Designer blog hop with Petaloo! We've got prizes from both of our brands so make sure to stop in and comment March 24th-28th!

Canvas Flower Pin 
Good morning everyone I have decided to take on Tonya Gibbs Challenge from the Artsy Addicts Facebook!! The color inspiration is drawn from the beautiful photo....RADIANT ORCHID is the 2014 Pantone Color of the Year. 
I created a canvas flower pin!
You all know that Easter is right around the corner, this would be so beautiful to wear 
or give as a lovely gift.
I started with a raw natural canvas flower (already per-made for you)...
I grabbed my different mist in the colors to match the challenge...
Started to spray and play!!
I added some cheese clothe, lace, pearls and handmade flower with
some beautiful per made flowers! Seam binding and a facet with paper glued behind it.
Tutorial-handmade flower
I took Tattered Angels-Pure Mistable Paper
I cut a rolled flower out of the paper, misted with water...took my glimmer mist
and a paint brush and dabbed on the color around the edges.
I rolled it up wet, unrolled and dry a little-then rolled up again glued
together....dried again! Whoola!

Thanks for stopping by today!
Don't forget still time to take part in the challenge on Artsy Addicts Facebook is the link
If you are not part of the Artsy Addicts Family just send a friend request!!!

Have a great creative day,
Peggy Lee

Canvas Corp-Natural Canvas Flower
Tattered Angels-Glimmer Mist in Cranberry Zing and English Ivy
Plain Jane Baseboard in Iris
Simply Sheer in Imperial Blue and Baby Blue
Pure Mistable Paper-Frayed Cotton
Cheese Clothe
Lace trim
Marion Smith Designs-Garment District Papers
Petaloo-Printed Darjeeling-Pink and White
and Wild Mini Blossoms in White
Viva Decor-Precious Metal Colour in Mother of Pearl
Tim Holtz Idea-ology-Facets 


  1. Love your flower - I really think the idea of cheese cloth added in is great touch. Going to dig mine out and use it now ..... Happy Spring !

    1. thanks so much and oh yes a little of cheese cloth does add great touch and softness....

  2. OMG - this is amazing. I could totally see this as an Easter or Mother's Day Corsage SOOOOO beatufiul, and I'm falling in Love with PURPLE

    1. thanks tonya it was a great challenge, loving the purple too


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