We had a couple of amazing projects entered to our February Challenge. YOU all our followers inspire us so much!？We love to see those gorgeous entries to our challenges from ALL around the globe. That is one of our biggest goals？with our challenges is to？reach crafters all over the world. ？
We want to say THANK YOU for being part of the Canvas Corp Brands community， reading and supporting our blog， and being a part of our challenges!!!! If you are not in our Facebook Group Canvas Corp Brands Collective consider joining the group today – just click the link and request to join.personalized christmas gifts
As always picking a winner was hard –； but the Creative Crew came to a conclusion –； the winner of the prize pack is Torsa Saha! Torsa made this fantastic art journal spread that really took up on the elements in the Moodboard.
Congrats Torsa! – please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize!
Some of the other gorgeous entries from all around the world：
Great Layout from Elisabeth Nyg？rds in Sweden
Romantic Layout from Vija Anton in Australia
Sparkling canvas from Hema
Essambly from Iris
We hope that you have been inspired to create something and participate in our “Re-Birth”？challenge and you？can find all about it here. You have until April 5 to upload your entry!
Again we ask you to help us spread the wordpersonalized gifts for him for birthday， welcome questions and we want to make this our biggest contest yet， so please help us make that happen.
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A simple DIY using spray paint to makeover old vintage brass candlesticks.
Making some Mixed Media tags can be a fun alternative to cardmaking or even scrapbooking! These tags can then be used in journals, albums, home decor, or just given as they are. Leaving the back blank gives plenty of room for writing a special message. Maybe even leave these tags in a public spot or give to a random stranger as an act of kindness to brighten their day!
(Video link HERE.)?For years, I have been obsessed with designing the perfect bag, one that could travel with me throughout my busy day, and morph from backpack to tote to shoulder bag. For a while, I entertained the idea of making bags to sell, and researched what it would involve. There is A LOT a lot to know in making a bag, from how to select skins, to prototyping, to buying hardware to actually making them (what sewing machine?).