Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Vintage/Modern photo canvas project.. So cute!!

It feels so good to create projects again!
I am oficially in my second trimester and happy! Let me just tell you the first three months....WOW... I was seriously in bed all day; tired, sleepy, cramps, sick... whew... glad Im over that! I did not have strength to create anything! I really didn't feel like doing anything but sleep! If you've been pregnant, did you ever feel like this? or did it just happen to me?
So im 4 months and 2 days! :) but whos counting really.. ha...ha.. So weird, my belly popped out exactly at 4 months. One day, I just woke up and saw my belly! I love this new experience that Im going through and cant wait to meet my baby.
Anyways, I wanted to share this super cute canvas project I finished today. It does take a while to complete but worth it! I love the vintage/modern look of it.
I made this project using an 8 X 10 canvas and a picture of my niece I took of her on Easter. I made it using a cool transfer technique using mod podge. I absolutely love how it turned out. I must say, its a little messy but the results are wonderful.
I used a wash-out technique to give it an antique look which I love. To give it a modern look I used some swirl designs, pink crystals and tulle bow!
I really love they way it turned out so I might be making a few more.
Enjoy the pictures of my project!
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  1. Oh my goodness, I love it!! What mod podge technique did you use? A tutorial would be nice :)I have 4 kids and I was that sick with all of them, its normal. Now the fun begins, when the baby starts moving and the anticipation will get unbearable.

  2. I too would love to know this technique. This came out great. I so love the vintagy look.


  3. yes please let us know how you did the antiquing effect!! I love it!!

  4. Yes please let us know how you did the antiquing efect I Love It!!!!

  5. Congratulations on your pregnancy! The picture of your niece turned out great. Please do a tutorial on the modge podge technique, I would love to try this!

  6. Great job on the's beautiful and very high-end looking!!! Congrats on your pregnancy...what a blessing!!!

    ~Michelle :)

  7. BEAUTIFUL!!!I'd love it if you would link up over at the Glitter Party!!!