Monday, January 09, 2012

Tie Dye canvas accents

Hello, Its Kim and I have a really fun technique today. When I saw these brand new canvas butterflies from Want 2 Scrap, I knew what I wanted to do... Tie Dye! These butterflies will be released at CHA this winter, Jan 29-Feb 1.  Donna's Mix'd Media Inx are perfect for this project because  the pigment is  juicy, the pads are soft. This works great for paper or heavier items such as chipboard or fabric.
I started off with some different canvas butterflies   They come already inked around the edges for the total distressed look.
I added the inx pad directly onto the canvas. Because canvas is such a heavy fabric, the pigment absorbs quickly into the grooves . This allows you to add many other colors until you achieve the look you want without spreading the color or giving it a muddy look.
For this first one, I saturated it in Denim...  then added spots of Truffle in varied spaces.
Here are a few other examples I tie dyed using Jasmine, Chiffon and Peridot.The color possibilities and level of saturation can be adjusted to your application, so just like tie dye.. you have a unique look each time!
I stamped this image from Donna's new stamps onto cardstock using the Mix'd Media Inx in Denim as well. Notice how rich and even the impression is. These stamp pads are a must have.!
I layered the canvas butterflies and added some gems and a stick pin to create a one of a kind accent.

Here is a card I created using my tie-dyed butterfly!

Supplies:
Cardstock, The Paper Co
Pattern paper, Donna Salazar Designs
Stamp,  Donna Salazar Designs, Art Gone Wild
Die Cut machine, Sizzix
Embossing folder, Cuttlebug
Embossing die, PaperTrey Ink
Canvas butterflies, Stick pen and Gems, Want2Scrap
Ink, Mix'd Media Inx Donna Salazar Designs, Clearsnap
Quote, from Crafty Chronicle, Donna Salazar Designs, GCD


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