Here's another canvas I created with one of Fitztown's images. I absolutely love the 4th of July holiday and those red, white and blues.
This piece began with a 6X5 canvas that was covered with blue tissue paper and adhered with Mod Podge and allowed it a few minutes to air dry.
I used the following Copic Pens on the diver: R00, R05, R20, R24, R29, R46, B00, B02, B04, B24, E00, E02, C0, C1, C3, C6, 110. Tim Holtz's stencil, Stars was used with some Brilliance Ink, Moonlight White.
Almost forgot to mention that the diver was smothered with Glossy Accent before adhering him to the canvas.
I used black wire to take the place of all the hoses he had on him which gave it dimension. A bead chain was cut up into small strands to represent the bubbles being released from the diver.
I also added a square metal box charm to hold which was from Michaels Industrial Chic. Set him in place with Glossy Accent. I painted some gears with red, white and blue acrylic paint and sealed them with Mod Podge. After they were dried, I cut some metallic wire, red, silver and blue to bring the gears together on the lower left.
I have this bright red dry flower (not sure what its called) it looks like wheat. I've had it for some time now and placed it on the lower right. I curled some wire, red, white and blue and placed it in front of the flower with a white star embellishment from Melissa Frances's collection, it just belonged there.
Three glass like stars across the top from Recollections, which is exclusive to Michaels.
Visit Fitztown's Challenge Blog and visit the Fitztown store for a variety of beautiful digi stamps created by Morgan!
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