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This week Canvas Corp released 2 brand new nautical collections. These collections， along with Canvas Corps existing line of papers， make nautical crafting a breeze. Color palettes range from coral to kraft to navy to light blue.
Fun？ahoy! Today it’；s a nautical？feeling in the post with the new Canvas Corp navy？papers. They have a greatdecorative pillow cases， modern mix of navy blue and coral and the patterns go well with any maritime project. For this page I used them to decorate the beach photos from last summer but you could do a layout about sailing as well or use the papers for party decor. Your imagination is the limit! The collection also mixes well with the existing navy papers.anniversary gifts for couples
I started this page by adding pieces of two patterned papers on top on a plain navy blue one. Then I applied some gesso under the placement of my photos and misted two different blues on top creating water-like effect. On top I then added delicate pattern using another mist and a circle stencil. I also stamped a few compases using the 7Gypsies “；Under the sea”； stamps. To finish the splashy， wavy like effect I then flicked white High Impact paint to the page.
I used the flags from the sampler paper as decorations on my page and also added a saying “；ahoy”； from there. The title is made using chipboard alphas from 7Gypsies. The layout is finished with a flair button， chipboard compas and a few epoxy stickers.
Thank you for visiting today! Please see the new papers arriving to the store from this link!
Materials from Canvas Corp Brands：
Solid Navy on Ivory
Navy and Ivory Anchor
Sails and Shells Sampler on Ivory
Under the Sea stamp set
Off the Wall chipboard alpha
High Impact –； white
Glimmer Mist –； Sapphire
Plain Jane Simply Sheer –； Dark Blue
Plain Jane Simply Sheer –； Baby Blue
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