Anyone up for a bright summery project today?  Hello friends Nicole Wright here today sharing a detailed tutorial on this Painted Burlap Canvas.  You may have seen this in the current issue of the magazine.  I thought I would share a more detailed tutorial using Dylusions Paints.  These bright acrylic paints add a bold look to any project.

Apply Ranger’s Dylusions Paint directly to Super Stock Card Stock using a sponge covering your paper.  I used a baby whip to smear around the Dylusions Paint.  Blot some Tangerine Dream randomly.  Then layer your stencil and using a sponge add Dylusions Paint Fresh Lime.  Repeat this using random colours and stencils for your all your floral die cuts. Yes, you can ink on Burlap with Dylusions Paints.  Add random colours of Dylusions Paints using a sponge.  Layer any stencil you want and use your sponge to ink through your stencil.  Move your stencil around randomly to give it a mixed media look. BAM… just look at these bold colours you get from Rangers Dylusions Paints.  All those colours and textures from the stencils to create the flowers really make them pop.  I even cut some butterflies with the left over inky paper.

Supplies
Ranger
Dylusions paints
Black marble
Crushed grape
Dirty martini
Fresh lime
Bubble gum pink
Tangerine dream
Vibrant turquoise
After midnight

Sizzix
Heart & soul flower die
Romance Flower die
Pansy Flower die
Spring Leaves die
Birds & Butterflies Thinlit

Stencil
Dylusions small holes
Tim HoltzLattic-Splotches-Typo-Honeycomb

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
3D Foam squares

Other
Super stock Card stock 
Burlap Canvas
Sponges
Baby Wipes

Do you have the summer copy of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine?  It’s is full of inspiration, techniques, ideas and informative articles.  Make sure you grab it before it’s gone.  The Fall Issue is weeks away.

Have a wonderful Tuesday everyone!

Nicole Wright
Nicole Wright

To see more of Nicole’s work visit her blog – Nicole Wright Designs

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  1. Hi Nicole, This is so wild, I LOVE it, I love those paints also. It is so cool that you can use them on burlap, I did not know that. Thanks. AWESOME post. Thanks again.