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April 25, 2010


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You've reminded me I bought a roll in the Works the other day, so much cheaper than the A4 sheets, and I might just have to snip into it to try this out. LOL at not being able to paint your folders, love the brayering.


These are really gorgeous. I've been playing with canvas myself but hadn't thought of painting it, I'm gonna try that.x

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You are really so creative! I like the flowers designs that you made.


Ooohh... I've been 'getting into' canvas recently too... especially printer friendly canvas. Loved your ideas :)


another lover of canvas here xxx
thankyou for sharing your work xxx

Lynne V

Canvas is so versatile :)
Painting afterwards means you can be more precise as to where you put the colours.
Thanks for the great tips.


I've only played with framed canvas, I must look out for the rolls. I am going to be near a Works tomorrow so will have a look :P


Great ideas - I can think of lots of applications!

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