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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Kids Crafts with Suzanna

Welcome to Day 4 of our Kids Crafts Feature.

We are loving all of the great ideas that our Design Team have been sharing with us so far this week.  Have you had a chance to try any of them out yet?
If so, we'd love for you to share your work with us.  Just take a picture of your project and post it on our Facebook Page.

Today we have designer Suzanna Lee sharing her creativity with us.

Kids Canvas Art


I don't know about things at your house but when you are a crafting Mum, the kids are crafting kids too! Sound familiar? My daughter in particular! She LOVES to sit at her craft desk and do her thing while I scrap the day away. She announced just the other day that she's not a layout lady like Mum but she's a card gal!!

Inspired by a project that I created at Crafters Home (the show before CHA for store buyers) with Hazel and Ruby, Mia wanted to create a similar project of her own. So we gathered our supplies and set out on a crafting adventure together.



Supplies:
- 9x12 thin canvas
- ModPodge
- brushes
- paint
- vinyl letters (cut using my Cameo)
- patterned paper (Imaginsice Endless Summer)
- die cuts (Imaginisce Endless Summer)
- ribbon

Instructions
- Cover the canvas in ModPodge using a brush.


- Put patterned paper and trim as necessary. Be sure to rub out the air bubbles.
- Apply vinyl letters - don't push too hard and make sure your ModPodge is dry before painting.
- Paint over the whole lot!


- Slowly, careful lift up the vinyl letters.
- Decorate with die cuts and picture.
- Use tape to secure ribbon to the back.
- Step back and admire your handy work.



What a super fun project!!!
Thanks Suzanna.


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Join us again tomorrow for our final day of our Kids Crafts Week.

4 comments:

Catherine Couch Doucette said...

Really cute!

Debra Parker said...

What a cute project! Love how you can adapt this to any age group and they can make it their own. Your model is adorable too!

mommyof5kidz said...

Love it! Super cute!

EdaMommy said...

I love that she loves doing her own paper crafting projects!

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