Friday, April 27, 2012

Adding a new dimension to paper crafting.

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I was thrilled when I was asked by Jenn Furr from Picture That Sound to do a little creating with some of her wonderful product. Picture that Sound adds a whole new dimension to paper crafts and I love it! I enjoy bringing memories and colors together onto a project and with Picture That Sound your can add sound to your project! How cool is that!!! Girl (Set of 2)You can find out more about Picture the Sound HERE. Picture the Sound 2

I had a second board so I decided to create a mixed media canvas with it. Using super duper sticky Helmar 450 Quick Dry.. I glued the board onto a canvas after my daughter Ashley had recorded one of her piano pieces onto it. Jessica did the music for my Halloween board. I then went to work with Tattered Angels, acrylics, and Shimmerz.A color party!

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I then covered over the board with a sheet of Bazzill Basics Paper; Antique Dictionary Paper with Mod Podge . Be careful NOT to get Mod Podge into the speaker hole and the on/off button. Lightly mark on the paper where your on/off button is for reference.

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I had fun using Webster's Pages gorgeous Designer Trims to go around the edge of the board & some Dew Drops from The Robin Nest for a little bling!

Picture the Sound 4I pulled out my Art & Graphic Twin pens from Kuretake to do the writing.

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And… I had fun creating with some of my paper, Susan K. Weckesser Inc. and co-brand Unity Stamps.

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And here is my finished project that I can not only look at but also listen too. How cool is that! I love it! I have attached a short video so you can hear what my daughters created on the piano for me to go with my artwork! 

Using Picture that Sound product for more memories…

 

I hope you have a super wonderful day!

hugs,

~Susan

5 comments:

  1. What beautiful canvases.... love all the detail visually, and then that you are able to also capture the sound of your daughters' music that way is such an added bonus. So glad to find you from the Scrap Kitchen... I'm linking to your blog in tomorrow's hop.

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  2. What a nice way to hear your art! Impressive!

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  3. Thank-you for your wonderful comments!!!

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  4. Thank-you for your wonderful comments!!!

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  5. Thank-you for your wonderful comments!!!

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