How to Create This Industrial Butterfly Canvas.

by Art Anthology

Create this canvas with all Art Anthology products!

Supplies

  • Art Anthology
  • Colorations: Siesta key, Juicy
  • Velvet: Mayan Gold, Tango, Shamrock, Fiji, Cotton
  • Stencil : 8x12 Industrial
  • Sorbet: Poppy
  • Sone Effects: Lava,
  • Minx: Panache, Gold Dust
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    I used some old parts from a pc and a speaker. Add gesso to the fan. The speaker is nice rusty already.

    Step 2

    Step 3

    Dab Velvet with a brush.

    Step 4

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    Step 6

    Spray Sedona to get an old effect.

    Step 7

    Dab with an old brush Sandstone to create an even more old and rusty effect.

    Step 8

    This piece for embroidering I pressed through my Big Shot with wet mixed media paper.

    Step 9

    Spray with Colorations (Siesta key/Juicy) and add Minx and Fairy dust Gold.

    Step 10

    Add Gesso to a canvas board.

    Step 11

    Use the Industrial stencil with Velvet.

    Step 12

    Mix and blend the colors.

    Step 13

    Add Lava Sandstone to the edges.

    Step 14

    Use some leftover velvet to create an aged look.

    Step 15

    Let it dry.

    Step 16

    Step 17

    Step 18

    Add Velvet Linen.

    Step 19

    Add the paper and the fan to the canvas.

    Step 20

    Add some different wires around the fan.

    Step 21

    Add Stone effects Bone to some chipboard butterflies. Carefully dry with your heatgun.

    Step 22

    Add Sorbet Poppy, yayyyy I'm in love with that color ;)

    Step 23

    Let it dry by air.

    Step 24

    Splash some Gesso. Add the speaker to the fan (heavy body gel). Add some glue and stick some Art Stones to the canvas.

    Step 25

    Step 26

    Spray with Colorations.

    Step 27

    Add some Glass Sorbet to the butterflies to get an extra glossy effect.

    Step 28

    Add the butterflies with some glue. To finish the project add some Minx.

    Step 29

    Ready!!

    Step 30

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