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Time to Create a Unique View

This is an altered canvas that I created for Diemond Dies' Design Team call.  It was my first big mixed media project and I absolutely love how it turned out!!!!


I got lots of different close up pics.


I just love that clock piece in the corner!


This view finder die is a must have, it was so much fun to use!  I cut it in black chipboard and then again in chipboard covered in white paper.  I then took the squares from the black one that I cut out and put them in the white one and it actually looks like a view finder disc!!


Don't forget the sides of your canvases!


So pretty!


The arrow is pointing to the way to read the words for the title of the canvas, completely unintentional.



Love those butterflies.  I got these in a swap but I know you can find them on Etsy!


Well I hope you enjoyed my pics, if you have any questions please just ask.  As you will see in future posts I did end up making the team.  Yay me!!  It's my very first DT so it has been super exciting!!!!  Dee, the owner, has some wonderful dies, if you would like to check them out and purchase some got to www.diemonddies.com

Happy Crafting!!!!

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  1. Sorry, my previous message was about this canvas Lol!!! Don't know what happens..? Have a lovely day. Coco xx

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