Flight of Fancy Canvas

My 8×10 canvas for the March More Than Words Main Challenge! Fantasy + Wings

This month the main challenge over on the More Than Words Blog was to be inspired by “Fantasy & Wings.” For me, fantasy always makes me think of fairies. If it’s fantasy, there’s going to be some kind of fae involved! This month I also had pastes on my mind, and I happen to have a nice set of Finnabair’s Fantasy Rust Effect Paste…which goes with the fact that I also love using purple, teal (turquoise), and blue together…especially with fantasy!

I may not have had a fairy that I could get to “fit” on this canvas, and I have a few different chipboard fairies, I did have a handy-dandy fairy door from Creative Embellishments! I also happened to have the Astral Pink Butterflies from ReneaBouquets, and the color on them is

just beautiful…and perfect for my piece!

More Than Words Main Challenge – March 2019

I love the cells that the paint pour created along this edge!
Baked Texture – Patina Oxide on the door & Ancient Amber on the leafy frame!
I love, love, LOVE these butterflies … I think I may need to make a stockpile!

**For the record – no, everything wasn’t dry yet, I was running out of month!!**

Products

  • ReneaBouquets
  • Astrial Pink Premium Paper Glitter Glass Butterflies
  • Teal Shard Glitter Glass
  • Gold Glitter Glass
  • Creative Embellishments
    • Fairy Door (Set 1)
    • Leafy Vine Frame
  • Prima
    • Finnabair
    • 3D Gloss Gel
    • Rust Effect Paste
    • Purple
    • Turquoise
    • Powder Blue
  • Emerald Creek
    • Seth Apter Baked Texture
    • Ancient Amber
    • Patina Oxide
  • Ranger
    • Emboss It Dabber
  • Simply
    • Acrylic Paint
    • Mixing White
  • Master’s Touch
    • Acrylic Paint
    • Gold
  • Dina Wakley
    • Acrylic Paint
    • Eggplant
    • Peacock
  • Cell Creator
  • Liquitex Pouring Medium
  • Unknown/Unbranded
    • 8×10 Canvas
    • Texture Pebbles
    • Feather Moulds
    • Cheesecloth

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