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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

KaiserCraft Pen & Ink Canvas

     Hi everyone! Drea here again with a special canvas that I made for my aunt and uncle's 50th wedding anniversary, featuring the KaiserCraft Pen & Ink Scrapbooking Bundle from

     I started by spraying my canvas with Kaisermist Iridescent Spray (Coffee), and Distress Spray Stains (Hickory Smoke and Brushed Pewter), spritzing with a little water, to move and blend the colors around. While the sprays were still wet, I used the dropper from my Distress Ink Reinker (Black Soot) along the edges to create a soft frame. Once it dried, I stamped over it with a Prima Script Stamp using Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink, also along the sides. Then I adhered the lace on top with Prima Marketing Soft Matte Gel. The wooden forever embellishment was given a coat of Prima Marketing Black Gesso, and rubbed with some Metallique Waxes (Vintage Gold and Old Silver). Then I backed it with some black cardstock, and strung some metallic fibers through it.

       Except for their wedding date, the tag from the diecuts was stamped and embossed with the stamp from the bundle. Then I inked around the edges with the KaiserCraft Mini Ink Pad (Black), and tied it off with a piece of lace from my stash.

     The butterflies represent their four grown children (my cousins), and except for one diecut, the rest were fussy-cut from the Black Foil Specialty Sheet, along with some of the flowers.

     Since my uncle served in the Army, I had to include the Army postmark, also from the Black Foil Specialty Sheet, tucked between some of the torn and distressed papers from the bundle.

     Finally, I extended my aunt's wedding dress along the bottom of the canvas, with diecuts and fussy-cut flowers and stems. I also used the floral stamp again, embossed onto a piece of white tissue paper, to add to the mix. Next, came the rest of my KaiserCraft Pearls (Pearl), along with some additional large Half Pearls made by The final touch was all of the vintage buttons that once belonged to my grandma (my aunt's mom).

     Thanks so much for your visit, and get the KaiserCraft Pen & Ink Bundle @!