Maya Road Mid-Release – Hexagons

May 15, 2012

Yes, I’m in love with the new Maya Road Hexagons. They come in three sizes, basically small, medium and large and some are die cut which allows you to create a nice frame on top of another as I did with the hexagon that has the vintage sheet music inside.

This canvas is covered with circles punched from old ledger paper and sheet music and a few doilies here and there. Each item is attached with natural beeswax, then sealed entirely with beeswax. Each hexagon is coated with beeswax and accented with a vintage button, bingo butterfly motif and altered key.

The key is inked with Adirondack Pigment Snow Cap, covered with Glossy Accents and accented with a 5mm cream colored pearl.

The crocheted doily is one my mom made… I have her creating lots more for two classes I plan to teach. Her little doilies are the perfect size for my projects. Thanks, Mom.

Supplies Used can be found at the following links: Fiskars X-Large Easy Squeeze Circle Punch, Fiskars Large Easy Squeeze Circle Punch, Natural Beeswax, Melt Art Melting Pot, Vintage Photo Distress Ink, Blending Tool, Collage Glue Stick, Glossy Accents, Maya Road Bingo Motifs ~ Black, Adirondack Pigment Ink Pad ~ Snow Cap, Tim Holtz Sanding Grip Block Tool, Claudine Hellmuth Studio ~ Blank Canvas, Claudine Hellmuth Studio Paint Artists Brushes


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