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OWSE Friday Feature: Mixed Media canvas



It's time for Friday's Feature at Crafting with OWSE!  
Today I've used an 8x10 canvas.  I had painted it with acrylic paints.
Then I took some lace and started layering it onto the canvas using mod podge.
You need to coat the lace and the canvas really well.

After it's dry, I used some gesso and spray inks to make areas pop.

I had a frame from MME that I glued on with mod podge.  
To make my photo pop I used my finger to go around the edges with gesso.  I love that look!

Added a few embellishments: ribbon, Wild Orchid flowers, buttons.




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