Bam! I applied Modgepodge to a 9 x 12 inch canvas and glued white tissue paper on to it.
I love the wrinkled texture....
Then I folded it neatly on the backside and modgepodged it down.
I dried it....
Spray the tree stencil with Dylusions White spray! yes!
I picked this one...I used walnut stain distress ink on it as well as black soot, Then I outlined the grooves with the black soot distress marker.
I hand cut a rectangle out of grunge and stamped it with one of Stamper's Anonymous classics #7 stamps to give it a stone look. I bent the door so that it opened. I glued black cardstock to the back of it to give it a dark room entrance appearance. (Nobody's home) I added a lock and a hitchfastner as a door knob. Long fasteners worked as door hinges and I tattered them with Tim's hammer. I used pop dots to raise the door and the Umbrella Man off the canvas a bit. He needed a lamp post to be underneath so I stamped with archival black in my lamp post stamp. I colored the light with a mustard seed distress marker to illuminate it.
I love the texture of this artwork! Love love love the texture! (Did I say that I loved it?) Okay, ha ha....now I found these wonderful open frames at JoAnns and I popped it into it. Voila! Framed artwork! It looks great on my BlueRoomInk wall which is of course turquoise Blue!!!!!