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Olive Canvas

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Wow, I didn’t think it had been so long since my last post but three long months have gone by!  I have been doing some creating but I’ve been very bad about taking photos.

Today I want to show you a canvas I made for my granddaughter.  I’ve recently become enamored with Julie Nutting’s doll stamps.  She has stamps, papers and background tags made by Prima.  I’ve watched Julie’s videos on YouTube and I just love her style.

For this 5 x 7 canvas, I used the doll stamp Julie named Olive – thus the title of this post.

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I used a lot of glitter and bling to create this fairy fantasy.  I cut an easel from my Tim Holtz easel die and attached it to the back so Hailey can stand it on her dresser.  I hope she will like it.

Let me know what you think.  Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great week.

I’m entering my canvas in the Anything But a Card Challenge #26 which happens to have the theme Fairy Fantasy.

Hugs, Vic

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  1. I am sure this will be treasured! I love all of the gorgeous fairy dust on her sparkly wings, and the background is beautiful! Quite fitting for such a pretty fairy! Thanks so much for joining us at ABAC!

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  2. So sweet, Vic! Love all those gorgeous flowers and the sweet little bottle.

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  3. This is gorgeous and I’m sure your granddaughter will adore it. I love the colours and those fabulously glittery wings. The little glitter jar is a super touch. Thanks for joining us at Anything But A Card this time.

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  4. Oh dear….what an adorable gift you made. I’m sure she’ll love it. I just adore the way you added glitter. And the small vial is just soooo cute !
    Thank you so much for sharing this piece of art !!
    Hugs from SPAIN

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  5. I LOVE your canvas! The JN doll is precious, and love all your layers here! Great gift…she will love it!

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  6. Kerry Peasland

    fantastic. I love her.

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  7. I think she will love it!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. Just yesterday was wondering when I would see another of your clever creations. Thank you for sharing. Sunny

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  9. She is darling, Vic!
    Last week I got Julie’s book “Collage Couture” from the library . Isn’t her work terrific!! You have used her style, but still made “Olive” your own. Very nicely done! I may have to buy the book & we can share it:)

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  10. She will love it! Great colors and design!

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  11. I am sure your grand aughter will love it

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  12. Lovely!

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