Welcome Spring Canvas!

It’s finally here!!! SPRING has sprung and I am celebrating!!!
Shari Carroll Welcome Spring Canvas

I’ve had this idea dancing around in my head for awhile… a butterfly wreath… but it didn’t seem appropriate to create it mid-winter. I’ve been having a blast creating 6×6 canvas pieces, the size is perfect for all my card making dies, stencil and stickers. The wreath is formed from paper covered wire which I found at my local craft store along with Paper Twine by Maya Road.

Shari Carroll Welcome Spring Canvas D1

It’s light and airy plus has that feel of Spring to me. I used the Prima paper pad for my collaged background along with a bit of tissue paper.  I pulled out a bunch of my dies including the Tim Holtz Movers and Shakers Butterflies which I cut out from book text, and the beautiful Simon Says Stamp Devonshire Butterfly cut from Bazzill Vellum.

Shari Carroll Welcome Spring Canvas D2

The canvas came together pretty quickly and I shot a video of the process which you can see below or on our YOUTUBE CHANNEL.

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I hope you all are enjoying your first day of Spring!

 

  1. Ooooo!! Love the text paper butterflies mixed with the delicate white ones! and using paper beads for bodies is genius!

  2. This is lovely! Soft colours, texture, dimension–lots to love. We woke up, this 2nd day of spring, to more SNOW! Aargh. So I’m happy to drink in the promise of Shari’s creation…

  3. Oh Shari Your canvas is Gorgeous….OMG it is totally breathtaking….WOW girl and to watch you in creative action was a total treat. I was totally enthralled as I watched everything little thing you did and chose to use. I just love so love butterflies and your canvas totally showcase these beautiful creatures….you truly did an outstanding creative job and created an artistic masterpiece.
    YOU so ROCK!!

  4. The canvas and butterfly wreath are stunning! I love the teal green and white, so spring-like, and a lovely way to say “welcome”.

  5. Wowza! I truly love this!!! You have inspired me to finally make something mixed media!! I love the colors and the scripty paper and c’mon, who doesn’t love butterflies? I have lots of butterfly dies and punches…I could use every single of of them!! hehe Thanks so much for sharing!! =)

  6. How clever and inspiring! I’m going to do this. I have the perfect place in my kitchen for this. I didn’t know how to make a butterfly body. Now I do. Thanks so much for sharing your mind and talent.

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