"You & Me" mixed media Canvas

11:40:00 PM

Hello Creative People. I Know Its almost the month end of June, Still I  have some work to share with you all, and Of course, its a mixed media canvas.












I have inspired by the mood boards of the following blog challenges, which are almost alike and so I finally worked on it with Sprays from Lindy's, Chipboard from Dusty attic and All the mixed media Basics material from Prima marketing.

Tip or Technique:  Hey, I have a small technique to share with you all, I started spraying on the canvas with Lindys sprays when the gesso coat semi Dry(not completed dry). This resulted in a chalky painted look. Then as my last step I dry brushed with white gesso to highlight the edges and details.

linking up to the following challenges:


dustyatticblog - june challenge

Lindy's Color Challenge
Lindys stamp gang - june color challenge

Please take this badge if you are joining in our challenges

Vintage journey - canvas

Help yourself to our buddy button
Countryviewchallenges - (used resin heart)

Linking up to the supplies I used:

Vintage Frame #4
vintage frame#4

Mini Captions #7
mini captions #7






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7 comments

  1. stunning piece of art - I love the colours!!! Thanks for joining us at countryview challenges and good luck. Hugs rachel x

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  2. Roshini - your creation is beautiful - thanks so much for sharing it with Lindy's oxoxo

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  3. Gorgeous! This is just gorgeous!, Thanks for playing along at Lindy's :)

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  4. wow Lovely project thanks for playing with Lindy's. I love the details!!!!

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  5. Another lovely canvas with beautiful blooms - this time more soft and subtle in it's colors - the framed faces are perfect with your sentiment! Thanks for joining us again in the A Vintage Journey Canvas challenge! Julia xx

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  6. Thank you for joining us at the Dusty Attic as well with this beautiful creation....

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  7. What a gorgeous canvas Roshini, fabulous layers and colours and love the chalky look you achieved by spraying while the gesso was slightly damp, wonderful tip! Thank you for joining us at A Vintage Journey, Deb xo

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