After printing my angel image onto canvas cloth, I set it aside. My original intention was to make a pillow. However, the more I looked at it, the more I thought it would look great hanging.
Well, as long as I was making an art piece, why not make it functional art. Instead of bonding it to a piece of wood, I used metal. I knew immediately which of my ornate wood frames I would use. I painted the frame, and a rose magnet a soft white, followed by an antique wash.
It still looks nice without the magnet.
I think I'll make another one, or two, or.......
Beautiful and useful!ReplyDelete
Rosemar it is beautiful! But every thing you do is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Just beautiful, Rosemary!ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting me! I thought of you when I was painting the armoire!
Beautiful! What a creative mind you have :0 Blessings, Patti@OldThingsNewReplyDelete
Your canvas told you just what it wanted to be and it looks wonderful. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts...ReplyDelete
Simply precious Rosemary...beautiful as always!!ReplyDelete
Your magnetic board is just gorgeous, Rosemary! The angel is so sweet, and your frame is perfection. You should make more for sure:)ReplyDelete
Rosemary I can't think of a prettier way to fill one of your gorgeous frames! Love the rose magnet!ReplyDelete
You should make a bunch--great project!ReplyDelete
Rosemary can I ask how you printed the image to the canvas? Did you send it through the printer ironed to wax paper or transfer it. It came out lovely.ReplyDelete
love it most as a piece of art.....ReplyDelete
your creations are beyond soulful. really love this one! ;)ReplyDelete
As usual, outstanding!!ReplyDelete
I love this, Rosemary. What is the finished size and how to you transfer onto such a large piece of canvas? So pretty.ReplyDelete
That's a great way to display fabric without it being a pillow. I love the idea of using it over metal so you can use magnets on it. So clever!ReplyDelete
A beautiful, great idea!ReplyDelete
I see a lot of creative blogs, but I always come back to yours. You're so inventive and creative and there's always something elegant and imaginative to see. Thank you Rosemary, for everything you do, and thank you for being so generous and sharing all of it.ReplyDelete
What a stroke of genius! I love the idea of the fabric as a magnet board -- this idea lends itself to being used by those of us 'less-creative' too by using fabric that's already printed, etc. :) Thanks Rosemary!ReplyDelete
Love, Love, Love... I just purchased this work of art on your etsy page... I cannot wait to have it in my home! You are so gifted and creative... I would love to spend a whole weekend at your home just watching you create your masterpieces!! When should I pack my bags!! : )ReplyDelete
Thank you again... I hope you are enjoying your weekend.