Don't you just love finding new ways to use products you already have??
I do anyway :D
I saw Tim Holtz demo this technique at the weekend and was desperate to have a go :D
I cut a piece of Claudine's sticky backed canvas to the rough size I wanted, peeled the backing off and stuck it to my non stick craft mat.
I then took a very small amount of Claudine's multi matte medium and spread it on to another piece of the craft mat.
I coated my chosen stamp in the medium by swizzing it around on the mat until i hadan even coat,then stamped on to the canvas
Make sure you clean your stamp immediately as the medium won't come off your stamp once dry!!!
I gave the canvas a quick blast with my heatgun to make sure it was dry,then started inking with my distress inks.
Once you have the effect you want take a slightly damp cloth and wipe over the stamped image and the ink will be removed from the medium. As its a matte finish you can't see it on the canvas and it looks like batik fabric.
I painted a piece of chipboard with Tim Holtz Crackle paint, blasted with my heat gun then highlighted the cracks with more distress ink.
I then stamped over it with black archival inks and added a quite on an extra inked piece of canvas
When dry I added distress stickles and spritzed with cosmic shimmer mist .
For the hanger I took a piece of american seam binding and coloured it with my distress ink by squishing the ink on my non-stick mat, spritzing with water, then rubbing the binding in the ink, crumpling up, an d drying with my heat gun.
I punched holes with my cropadile,threaded the binding through and tied it in a knot behind the chipboard.
Add some distress stickles and a few metal charms coloured with alcohol inks and your done:D
How fun is that???
Now of you go to play :D