I was walking through Target early one morning (as I love to do, when it’s quiet and the kids are in school…) and I saw these wooden trees with tons of rectangular strip/blocks as branches. I also saw this ‘Christmas tree’ on some kids T-shirts and I thought… that idea would TOTALLY translate to a canvas, and it would definitely be perfect for my first Jenni Bowlin design team project!
It is a very simple canvas, actually! You could recreate one like it with the paper and buttons (and minus any paint or other liquid mediums) for an even faster and easier project.
I love how it turned out – you can see the JBS products I used over on the inspiration blog.
15 thoughts on “JBS tree canvas.”
I love ths May!!! Absolutely scrumptious – thanks for the Christmas inspiration – and I love to putter around Target in the morning, too 😉
That’s inspiring!!! I love the idea of several of these canvases in a row along a wall as Xmas decorations. OR, as gifts for ‘arty’ friends.
Wonderful! I love all the texture and depth you’ve created! I love all the traditional colors, but they are more subdued and the subtle background pattern! So lovely! Thanks so much for sharing!
Lovely cavas, the tree is very striking, Imlove the texture and dimension from all the layers. Lovely. Tracy x
Wonderful! I’d like your canvas to be a t-shirt as well. It’s wonderful…diid I say that already? LOL
May this is so beautiful!
Saw this on the JBS blog and I love it! Noticing more and more details…like how you outlined some of the elements and the spacing between the strips…just wonderful!! xo Evie
This is fabulous!
Great idea! And Congratulations on becoming part of the Jenni Bowlin team!!
SOOOO gorgeous, May!
I love this!!! So beautiful!!
LOVE the tree!! I want one! Maybe I’ll have to make my own!! I’ll add it to my list!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing it!
Very fun May. I love how you used 2 different sizes of the patterned papers
LOVE this project May!!!
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