Here is my double Canvas, which I titled, Collect Moments. I chose to connect my canvas to make it one.
Using lots of Primas Mechanicals, art mediums, and stamps that Anna designed.
Bits of lace and canvas strips on the canvas for texture.
Prima Flowers can never escape any of my projects!!
Each different cluster is like a work of art on its own.
Layering the Mechanicals gives you different designs. oops, I just noticed one of my small roses popped off. Must be in my trunk...lol
The flowers Mechanicals have got to be my favorite!! Yes, I left the store with a few more packs.
Drips of hot glue that I first learned to do from Vivian Sung Soon Keh-Hue.
My dear friend Maria working on her fabulous canvas!! Yes, we were partners in crime when shopping afterwards. Maria would ask "Do I need this??"..."Yes Maria, you need it. Just throw it in your basket"! sssshhhhhh.....
Anna telling us to stand back from your work to check your composition. NOT to work this close!!
Anna, showing us the finer details on how it is done.
Here is our group shot. It was amazing to see the diffent designs and colors that each artist produced. Each very unique and beautiful!!
When class was over, Maria and I ventured over to Mazzaros Italian Market, for the panini of the day!!! Yum!!! The Italian Caprese!! While in St.Pete, you must EAT!!! Just love visiting downtown St.Petersberg!!
LUNCH from the sandwich counter!!
DESSERT from the bakery!!
and of course SHOPPING!!!
Thank you for stopping by to take a peek. I'm busting out my art mediums, (yes I bought every medium Anna uses!!) my Dusty Attic chipboard, my Lindys Stamps Gang colors and scrapping on this VERY rainy day in Florida.
Looks like so much fun...and the shopping too!! Glad you have a good time..you deserve it~~ReplyDelete
How awesome Lisa! Your canvas came out fabulous and it looks like a heaven sent day!ReplyDelete
Your canvas looks divine and I'm so glad you had a great time! Let the creating begin!!ReplyDelete
Lisa - I love, love your beautiful canvas. And, it sounds like you had an awesome time as well. I haven't loaded my canvases up yet - but will do so tomorrow. Haven't had much time since the classes.ReplyDelete
Your canvas is wonderful, Lisa, and I love all the photos you took; I'm always kind of self-conscious about taking pics in groups and have to work on that! Thanks for sharing your day with us :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful canvas and have a blast making your next creation...can't wait to see it!ReplyDelete
Wow fantastic! This came gorgeous <3 <3 <3 What a great opp to work with Anna. And might I add now I'm hungry :)ReplyDelete
Oh how beautiful your creation is, Lisa!!! Sounds like you had a huge bundle of fun! St. Petersburg is a very awesome place! Your lunch sounds like it was DELISH! Back to your gorgeous creation! WOW! You really do awesome work!ReplyDelete
How I loved reading this post!! Your canvas is a gorgeous work of art and I just love that you blogged a bit about yourself as well. I love your photos...and I love you too ❤️ReplyDelete
Your canvas looks amazing! That would have been a wonderful class! And the shopping looks fun!ReplyDelete
Lisa, it came out gorgeous!! I'm so sad I couldn't commit... Maria changed her mind and isn't going now, KIDS!! Glad you had a great day, nice pics. xoReplyDelete
Your Over Emotional Canvas is fabulous! I'm so jealous, lol. I wish I could have attended Finn's classes but they were all too far from Redmond, Oregon!ReplyDelete