My French Quarter kit does of course have a Mardi Gras feel, so for my first project with this kit I decided to embrace that and create a mask! I’ve got a video tutorial for you as well – so you could take the idea and create something for yourself!
Above you can see a look at the contents of the kit – so much fun! My only problem with the mask was how to get it to display well at the CHA show debut of this new line! My solution: A canvas base, one that has just a hint of texture and color to accent but not take away from the centerpiece aka the mask.
You guys… this was SO much fun to make! Not only that, but it inspired me to think about other colors and themes and mask-y ideas for future.
I love how the sequins and pearls look, and how it all came together so beautifully! Here is my YouTube full tutorial.
Here is the finished piece:
28 Lilac Lane will begin shipping to stores so very soon – I can’t wait! I hope in the meantime you’ve enjoyed this video tutorial and project look at one of my favorite samples that was on display at the CHA trade show!
7 thoughts on “Mixed media canvas with 28 Lilac Lane”
So pretty! Love this set, can’t wait to see more. Michelle t
Holy Cow May!!! AWESOMe!!
One of my favorite mixed media pieces you’ve ever made — really gorgeous
oh May! this is fabulous. i love it that you know how to put the right things that you love and then know when to stop! i love this french quarter set. i have to have it soon. you said they are going out soon? i cant find which sites are going to sell them. maybe buttons galore? not sure but i will figure it out. i love 28 lilac lane. you area a genius!!! love, treen
That looks amazing! The colours are so fun! and I love how you can mix and match between kits as well. Can’t wait to get my hands on some. I’ve been stalking Ellen Hutson to see 28 Lilac Lane show up!
Beautiful piece! Can’t wait to see the products in the store.
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