"Too Much of a Good Thing" Canvas
- Hampton Art™ Wood Mount Stamps – Distressed
- Words, A Good Thing and Crown
- ColorBox® Archival Dye Ink Pad – Wicked Black
- ColorBox® Pigment Ink Pads – Robin's Egg, Lemon
- Grass and Frosted White
- Wrapped Heavy Duty Canvas, 8"x8"
- Cardstock – White
- Mat Board – White
- Corrugated Cardboard – White
- Paper Flowers
- Plastic Crystals
- Jump Rings
- Epoxy Dots Stickers, 1" – Clear
- Craft Punch – 1" Circle
- Tape Runner
- Liquid Paper Glue
- Dimensional Foam Tape
- Low Heat Glue Gun
- Foam Sponge
- Embossing Heat Tool
Apply Robin's Egg ink pad directly to the 8"x8" canvas. Blend with foam sponge, and use a heat tool to set the ink. Remember to ink around the sides, too.
Stamp Distressed Words on white cardstock using Wicked Black ink pad. Punch out random 1" circles of the print. Sponge Lemon Grass ink around edges of each circle. Glue the circles to the canvas. When glue dries, place a 1" epoxy circle over each. This will add dimension, shine and magnify the image.
Use a foam sponge to ink around the edges of the canvas using Wicked Black ink.
Cut a 3½" square of mat board. Sponge on Lemon Grass ink pad, then heat set.
Stamp “Too Much of a Good Thing” onto mat board using Wicked Black ink. Sponge more black ink on the edges.
Cut a piece of corrugated cardboard slightly larger than mat board. Tear off top layer of paper from cardboard, then rub with Frosted White ink pad. Heat set ink.
Hot glue corrugated paper to the canvas. Hot glue mat board on top.
Stamp Crown wood stamp on white cardstock using Wicked Black ink pad. Cut out images and attach to the left corner of saying.
Glue on small paper flowers.
Run ribbon around the frame (you can use tape runner first to adhere the ribbon better). Tie two or three bows at the top.
Attach plastic crystals to the bottom -- hang them from the ribbon on jump rings.