Stylized Whale Canvas by Pam Bray

  1. Apply gesso to canvas; dry.
  2. Apply yellow, yellow-green, red and blue paint randomly to canvas; dry.
  3. Apply Weathered Wood; dry. Repeat with crackle paste. Dry.
  4. Trace white paper to fit behind the chipboard frame. Stamp image on white paper. Adhere to top of canvas with Decoupage.
  5. Wash over prepared canvas with wash of blue paint. Dry.
  6. Apply Decoupage over top of canvas; dry.
  7. Apply Boss Gloss to chipboard; add rust embossing powder. Heat with embossing gun. Adhere to top of prepared canvas with Decoupage. Dry.
  8. Dab boss gloss randomly over chipboard and painted paper; add teal embossing enamel. Heat set with embossing gun.
  9. Apply wet glue randomly over chipboard and painted paper; add Hunter, Burgundy, Ochre, and Purple Color Fragments to glue. Dry.
  10. Spatter prepared canvas with white and black paint; dry.
  11. Lay stencil on prepared canvas; apply paste with palette knife. Dry.
  12. Stamp image on white paper with black ink; fussy cut out. Adhere to center of prepared canvas.
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Also uses these supplies:

  • DecoArt Media Paints: Primary Yellow, Yellow Green Light, Cadmium Red Hue, Cerulean Blue, Titanium White, Carbon Black,  Crackle Paste, Gesso, Decoupage, Weathered Wood
  • Paintbrush
  • 8" x 8" Canvas
  • Scotch Quick Dry Glue
  • Gypsy Soul LaserCuts Scribble Chipboard Frame

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