...Canvas Corp {love}...Day 2

Day 2 of my Canvas Corp crush...
You can check out Day 1 here...

So, in my prize pack there were 3 of these little 2"x2" stretched canvases...holy crow...talk about adorable. At first I was like, "hmmmm....what to do, what to do?" - but then my cork board caught my eye and I knew right away what it needed...some rad pushpins!!!

Here's the finished project:




And here are the items I used:

Canvas Corp push pins & little mini canvas...


Glimmer Mist (Key Lime Pie & some brown color I can't remember because the spray-thingy broke and I had to replace the bottle...), Tim Holtz Distress Ink in "Vintage Photo" and Tim Holtz tissue tape..

I sprayed the canvas with the two colors of Glimmer Mist...slightly overlapping them.
Then I took my Distress Ink and inked-up the corners...
I had a cardstock butterfly sitting around, so I taped over it with the tissue tape and sprayed that with the Key Lime Pie GM...then I inked the edges of the butterfly.
When everything was dry, I glued the butterfly to the canvas using E6000, slapped on a little fuchsia gem, glued the push pin to the back of the canvas (again using E6000) and the dishes are done, man...(so sorry, awesome 80's movie quote - yes, you guessed it, Adventures in Babysitting...;)).


Now, not only do I have a sa-weet cork board, I also have a super fo-ine way to hang things on it...



Tomorrow, even more Canvas Corp goodies!

Linking to:

   
Blue Cricket Design

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17 comments

  1. I love tiny things...and this one is adorable!

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  2. These are adorable! Just found your blog - I love it, I am your newest follower.

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  3. loving your blog and all your cute projects! i'm a new follower :)
    BTW, my daughter's name is Maggie, and I am a midwesterner too!

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  4. such a cute idea! love the embellishment on the butterfly.
    hey! also, i'm new to your blog and your banner is totally smart and cute!

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  5. sweet - I have been thinking about making some cool pushpins and these are genious.

    just became your newest follower - I willbe back by again to check out your other cool ideas.

    xo
    tina
    embellishments by tina

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  6. Wow, so tiny and cute! You got a ton of stuff!

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  7. Adorable! I want those wood push pins really bad now too!!

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  8. these are SO SO CUTE! i'm not a push pin user, but these make me want to have a corkboard or SOMEPLACE to use these! love them! thanks for sharing! :)

    found you via tt&j!

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  9. Those are so pretty! What a cool idea!

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  10. Cute, cute, cute! I've never seen canvas that small! I've never seen wooden push pins either! I live in North Carolina, where did you find them? katy_lunsford(at)yahoo.com

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  11. fabulous idea!! thanks for partying with whipperberry!
    kisses

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  12. These are very cute. Much better than regular push pins. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to try some.

    Ruth

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  13. Maggie, what a great way to use all those wonderful projects! Totally original, creative, and inspired!

    Thank you so much for continuing to share your creativity on "A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday at Rook No. 17. I always enjoy your projects!

    Jenn

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