Cinema Stencil on Canvas
Welcome to my blog post with the Club Scrap Cinema Blog Hop. I hope you clicked your way here from Kay's Keepsakes blog. If you would like to start at the beginning click Here for the Club Scrap Creates blog.
This time I even did some journaling on the film Clapboard cut apart. My friend Becky Huber , whom I met at the Club Scrap August 2014 retreat, said "It is all about the journaling", so I went for it. I wrote about the movie of my life, the supporting roles I have had, now I am the director, producer and star of my life.
Here are some of the items I used with the Cinema 8 x 8 inch stencil which arrived in the Lite kit, along with papers and other goodies with this month's collection.
This is what the canvas looked like before I added everything else to it.
The glasses were added by putting a whole through the canvas and Wine Print paper.
Here are some close-ups, we bought a small light blub, I applied some Club Scrap glue on it, stuck it in some purple glitter, let it dry and then added it to the canvas.
A stamped image was covered with a movie projecter cut apart which I cut and then used India black ink to distress the edges.
Here are the glasses again and you can see a bit more detail on the stencil and spray inks etc. on the canvas.
I really loved the Light Blue Velvet ribbon on top of the Plum Chiffon and real movie film layers. Flowers were also made from the film.
Next up is a light switch cover, I used to do this with wallpaper, but saw a Pinterest email which showed it done with paper. I made this one using a section of the Cinema Club Scrap Aqua 12 x 12 sheet.
The screws were toned with Earth ink.
It was very easy and I followed the steps used with most bookboard projects to have a good corner and used Club Scrap's glue.
The paper really blends well with the room decor
Lastly, I used the stencil some more on a plain aqua and 12 x 12 prints and created several cards using items included in the collection, like the stamps and filmstrip washi tape.
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, as you can tell I enjoyed this month's Cinema collection, especially the stencil, it is really fun to play with. I really appreciate comments if you can take a moment to leave one.
Please head over to Anne Hunter's blog to see what she has done with this wonderful kit too!