How to Create a Fall Inspired Canvas by Steph Ackerman

Create a fall inspired canvas with Art Anthology paints.

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How to Create a Fall Inspired Canvas by Steph Ackerman
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Spritz canvas with water and paint with Chocolate Sorbet and Portobello Velvet.

Spritz canvas with water and paint with Chocolate Sorbet and Portobello Velvet.

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Place Pipe Dream stencil on corner of canvas and add molding paste.

Place Pipe Dream stencil on corner of canvas and add molding paste.

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3
Use Twilight stencil in opposite corner and spritz with Glorious Colorations.

Use Twilight stencil in opposite corner and spritz with Glorious Colorations.

4
Place Meridian stencil in center of canvas and paint with Just Peachy Sorbet.

Place Meridian stencil in center of canvas and paint with Just Peachy Sorbet.

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Using brown and green inks randomly stamp images about canvas.

Using brown and green inks randomly stamp images about canvas.

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Use Dottie Stencil and paint Evergreen Sorbet randomly through the stencil.  Paint Tiger's Eye Sorbet over molding paste.

Use Dottie Stencil and paint Evergreen Sorbet randomly through the stencil. Paint Tiger's Eye Sorbet over molding paste.

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Tie twine around burlap ribbon and adhere to the corner.

Tie twine around burlap ribbon and adhere to the corner.

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Stamp phrase in brown ink on white cardstock.  Paint over phrase with Portobello Velvet .  Tear edges and ink before matting with Kraft cardstock.  Adhere to canvas with brads.

Stamp phrase in brown ink on white cardstock. Paint over phrase with Portobello Velvet . Tear edges and ink before matting with Kraft cardstock. Adhere to canvas with brads.

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Die cut acorns and add to phrase and ribbon.  Add leaves under ribbon.

Die cut acorns and add to phrase and ribbon. Add leaves under ribbon.

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