I can finally share the project I did for the Ranger Designer Challenge — yay!
The challenge was to create a house using Claudine Hellmuth’s line of sticky-back canvas, acrylic paints, gel medium, and brushes. We were provided with a paper mache rectangle to use as the foundation, plus two pieces of chipboard. Everything had to be covered with the sticky-back canvas. Our houses had a height limit of 18″ — mine is exactly 18″ — whew!
I decided to make a pagoda and use some of my favorite Hero Arts Asian stamps, plus the woodgrain! (You know how I love woodgrain, ha!)
Here’s the pagoda hanging at the Ranger Booth — it’s easy to spot with the blue roofs
And here are some pictures that I took at home before I sent it in — never mailed a pagoda before, ha ha!
Gotta go and setup the computers at the booth — but first, where’s the coffee?
26 Replies to “Ranger Designer Challenge!”
WOW! Lisa! This is exquisite! Is every image stamped on canvas? I would love to see a video on how you did the roof and the green base of the pagoda. Maybe another sticky back canvas demo on your blog week? ***hint, hint***
Oh my, Lisa, this is exquisite! Love all the details! I would love to see how did you do the roof and the green base of the pagoda. Maybe another video demo about sticky back canvas on your blog week. **hint, hint**
this is a masterpiece
Hi Teresa! Yep, every image is stamped on canvas! Good idea on the video!
I saw the real thing at the show and it was really lovely!
Hi Lisa, Oh my this pagoda is splendid! Being an Asian, I am so proud about our arts and cultures. You captured them on this masterpiece! Cheers!
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