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Discover – Gabrielle Pollacco – With a VIDEO TUTORIAL

Hi all! I know it’s been a while since I posted a project, so I’m happy to share with you today a reverse style canvas I made on a 4″x 6″ canvas using a TCW (The Crafter’s Workshop) Mini-Brick Stencil, Shimmerz Paints and some NEW Dusty Attic chipboard!
Shimmerz Products used on this project:
~ Glorious Day Vibez
~ Truffle Spritz
~ Palm Reader Vibez
~ Don’t Be Suede Coloringz
~ Green Olive Shimmerz
~ Greener Pastures Creameez
~ Boogie Boardin’ Blue Creameez
~ Penny 4 Your Thoughts Inklingz
~ I Onxly Love You Inklingz (Jewel)
~ Olive U Truly Inklingz
~ Berry Hot Creameez
Dusty Attic Products used on this project:
~ Indian Arrow
~ Rushes #2
~ NEW Dusty Attic Texture Paste
TCW Stencil used in this project:
~ Mini Bricks (6×6 inch stencil)
So to make things easier I did up a video tutorial on how this project was made.  So grab yourself a lil break and enjoy! xo

 
 
Hope you enjoyed watching…..here are a few close-ups you can view at your leisure….
I just love all the new chipboard pieces Jennifer Hedger has added to the Dusty Attic Store!  This piece is called Indian Arrow….so many fun things you can do with this one!  I did a little quick painting with Shimmerz Creameez & Inklings, then added some twine and Bo Bunny adhesive pearls for a unique look.
For the butterfly, I printed off a butterfly image on an acetate sheet and cut out two sizes, gluing them together.  (I had the image on my old computer, so I no longer have the image to share….but you can find many printable butterfly images on Pinterest).  The metal embellishments are the key and keyhole embellishments from Graphic 45.  I used the TCW mini-brick stencil (I didn’t have the NEW Dusty Attic Brick stencil…..but that stencil could easily be used in its place! 🙂 …..and used the stencil with the NEW Dusty Attic Texture paste to get my background design.
I used a combination of Shimmerz Glorious Day Vibez, Truffle Spritz and Green Olive Shimmerz Paint for the background brick texture colors.
Hope you enjoyed today’s post! thanks so much for stopping by, your comments and feedback are always appreciated! xo

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