Mini Easter Gnome Canvas

Hi friends,

I was in Target the other day and looking at the endcaps where they put all their clearance items. They had 4-packs of 4×4-inch stretched canvases marked down to $3.49, so I picked up a couple packs. I didn’t really have an idea in mind, but knew eventually I’d come up with something. 😉

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You probably know by now that I love all the cute Gnome stamps from Unity Stamp Company and their Sweet Easter Gnome stamp set did not disappoint! I mean, look at those bunny slippers!!! 🐰 I decided to stamp them up and use them on my canvases for a cute little addition to my Easter decor.

I stamped the gnome images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock, colored them with Copic markers, and cut the images out. I stamped the sentiments on white card stock and punched them out with scalloped circle (this is a similar punch) and oval punches. (The oval punch I used is no longer available, but this is a great set of scalloped oval dies.) Then I layered the sentiments to a slightly larger circle and oval (here is a set of oval dies) punched from matching card stock.

I trimmed pieces of patterned paper to 4×4-inches. Using a foam brush, I applied a thin layer of Mod Podge to the canvas and then attached the patterned paper. I attached my Gnomes and sentiments using foam tape.

They turned out so cute! 🙂

They are the perfect size for tiered trays or anywhere you need to add a little cuteness.

You can find all the info on my Mini Easter Rolling Pins in this post and those cute Clothespin Carrots here.

Happy Crafting! 🐰🥕


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3 Responses to Mini Easter Gnome Canvas

  1. Michelle says:

    What a great way to use the canvas! They’re so cute!

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  2. Pingback: Happy Easter Gnome Cards | Creating Me

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