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Create your own fabric accents. Use these two printed canvas designs to add to cards and scrapbook pages. Pretty and distinctive, these botanical designs are already printed, just waiting for you to color them to...
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Create your own fabric accents. Use these two printed canvas designs to add to cards and scrapbook pages. Pretty and distinctive, these botanical designs are already printed, just waiting for you to color them to match your projects. Use Spectrum Noir pens, paint, tint, stain, or glitter—you decide! The finished canvas pieces can then be framed, collaged, sewn, or glued in place. Not quite a blank canvas, but with your own touches and finishes, they are truly customizable. From C-Thru. You'll get 2 printed canvas pieces, each 5"x7".

Item #: MW4005193

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Love the detail in the Botanicals canvas colorables! Looking forward to experimenting with several mediums
to bring the pictures to life, including the use
of Perfect Pearls.
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Monday, July 8th @ 07:43 AM

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It was fun to use my Copic pens on a different surface. I will color the sunflowers, perhaps in a different medium.
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Monday, October 15th @ 12:24 PM

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I love these and hope there will be more types in the future. I am teaching a class in this with the cinch and the girls are excited
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Sunday, July 29th @ 10:13 AM

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These are awesome! Used the sunflower one on a journal I made for a friend. Beautiful!
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Monday, July 23rd @ 03:16 PM

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I love these canvas colorables. I like the consept think thy will look great on the front of scrapbook. They are easy to work with..just like a coloring book page. Noir alcohol inks and smooch paints work well on it. I was a little taken back when I had seen that they staple the canvas to the cardboard backing, I wish they would not have stapled throught he actual picture..how ever carefully open the staple up on the back of the card then pull the staple straight out with (butter knife) from the front and I the holes practicly disappear. Did not have any problems when coloring it on those areas where the staple had gone through the picture.
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Saturday, July 7th @ 12:23 AM


 

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