Friday

My vision board is disguised as a piece of art...*winks*

Happy-days-canvas

So I have been largely unsuccessful in getting my vision board done. My problem is that I inadvertently find something on my vision board that I could somehow use on my creative projects. And that leaves a gaping hole on my board that needs to be covered with something else...*LOL* 


So I decided to just write everything that was supposed to be on my vision board on my canvas, then decorate over it. Love that my vision board is disguised as a piece of art! :) 

Supplies: Basic Grey patterned papers, Golden fiber paste and glass bead gel, Imaginarium  Designs chipboard, Crafter's Workshop templates, Daley-Rowney acrylic paints and mediums, pearls, lace trim, wrapping tissue.

P/s: Happy weekend friends! Come play along with LESSology Challenge #20: Barely there! :)


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29 comments:

Laurel said...

Loving all the texture!

~amy~ said...

Love your canvas!

TesaB said...

Ha! Great idea! And totally fabulous piece of art!!!

E.T. said...

oooh luvvv texture! i was reading the list of supplies you used and the one thing that stand out is glass bead gel! what is that? have you mixed that in your paint?

Ali said...

Gorgeous texture.......loving those chevrons :0)

Ali said...

Gorgeous texture.......loving those chevrons :0)

lisa said...

Love that texture!!

Hussena said...

What a beautiful canvas!...Love the texture you have added to the vision board .....The chevron & the vision board are simply 'WOW'! :)

Sherry Eckblad said...

Love how you turned it into a canvas. The chevrons are fabulous along with that little bird and the cut out sentiment.

sandi said...

FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love the look, love the texture! Yeah!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

This is so great, love the colors and the textures, fabulous design!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeeee this Yvonne!! I love love love love the colors, the textures and the cloud!!!

Annette said...

cool..love all the textures and the added lace..awesome

Pooja said...

Fabulous texture ! Loved every nook n corner of your vision board.

Keren Tamir said...

fantastic idea!! this mixed media vision board looks awesome!!

Tracey Sabella said...

Wow, this is stunning. Love the color, shimmer and design!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

Lynnda said...

Okay... that canvas is really cool!!!! Loving the simplicity...and concentrate on the background texture... totally Awesome... hugs....xoxo

Linda R said...

What a great idea. I am loving your canvas. Nice work my friend.

Hugs

Miae said...

Looks awesome! It's like hidden journaling, no? The important thing is that you know what's there :)

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

oh my..... sooooo cool!!! and i bet you had lots of fun creating this!

Naomi Edwards said...

Love this canvas and the chevrons and circles... The colors are so rich... you are too funny playing checkers with your embellies, hehe! I am still not totally well but the headache is giving me a break so I hope I am back to blogging! We are having a blog hop today if time is on your side! hugs

Theresa said...

so bright and fabulous.. =)

Rose said...

well i LOVE your vision board turned into a canvas :)

Tone-Lill said...

This canvas is mega cool , love it to bits :)
Btw, a fun story to read about finding your blog on pintrest
;)
Have a great weekend x

Katy said...

This is so cool! I am gonna pin it! :)

Audrey Pettit said...

Beautiful! And what a super creative way to disguise your writings! Love that you know it's there, but it's not visible to the whole world. :)

Alice Wertz said...

beautiful color contrast. awesome work of art, Yvonne!

Helen Tilbury said...

Love all that texture!!

Cindy deRosier said...

It's beautiful! And a clever way to make a vision board, for sure.

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