Let it Snow Canvas…

Sue Eldred's Let It Snow

After all the Holiday Decorations are down, I like to decorate the house with a Winter theme.

Even though I may not like the cold winter months.

I still find beauty in a blanket of newly fallen snow.

So “Let it Snow”.  (just not too much)

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Supplies Used:

  • 12 x 12 Denim Canvas (or painted blue canvas)
  • White Acrylic Paint
  • White Embroidered Iron Letters from Joy S.A.
  • Old Firm Toothbrush
  • Snowflake Embellishments
  • Lace and Ribbon
  • Silver Berry Sprig and Greenery
  • Jingle Bells
  • Fabri Tac Glue


  1. Squirt a small bit of white acrylic paint on to a piece of scrap paper.  Lightly apply paint to the bristles of an old toothbrush.  Wipe excess paint off.  Gently flick paint spraying paint over the canvas.
  2. Glue embroidered letters and snowflake embellishments onto the canvas.
  3. Glue lace and ribbon onto the canvas, wrapping and gluing ends around on the back of the canvas.
  4. Gather up silver berries and greenery, tie them together with a jingle bell and satin ribbon and glue to the bottom corner of the canvas.


This project was created for and sponsored by Joy SA.

Warren’s Masterpiece

Warren's Masterpiece

I love watching little kids as they create.

At almost two, Warren doesn’t always get to use markers.

He just quietly worked on his Masterpiece for at least 10 minutes or more.

Just happy creating.

I wish I had that freedom.  (my head gets in the way)

My Masterpiece

For Warren’s frame I decorated a clear flat acrylic frame from Deflecto Craft Solutions by adding a

couple strips of Washi Tape along with some Lime Green Iron-on Letters from Joy SA Inc.

I glued the letters onto the frame (since I couldn’t iron them) and added a couple magnet strips

to the back.

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Warren was so proud of his Masterpiece. 


*This project was created for Joy SA Inc. and sponsored by Joy SA Inc. and Deflecto Craft Solutions.