Friday, 7 October 2016


Time to say goodbye to summer with my project for this months challenge at

Our sponsor this month is
Dusty Attic.

The fishing net piece is some thing I have had for a few years and decided it needed a bit of updating, so I have taken a piece of canvas board and used some serviette decoupage and modge podge to make the background. The of have attached the fishing net to the board. The 2 Seahorses are real, I have had them for years too, And so are the sea shells and seaweed, can't go to a beach without bringing home some shells.

Just a few words added to complete my project. Please pop over to the challenge blog to see lots more creative ideas and to say hello to our new DT members.

I would like to enter this in the following challenges;
We love to Create - ATG mixed media


  1. WOW, awesome, Janet, and super send off for Summer, as we say here in Scotland "haste ye back", to Summer I mean. The attention to detail on this canvas is amazing, hugs xxx

  2. Absolutely awesome seascape, one of my favourite subjects as well...

    Hugs xxx

  3. This is a gorgeous canvas Janet. Using the natural elements is inspired xx

  4. I so love the seaside and like you have a real infinity for the sea! Great project to see you through the winter months :) So pleased to be on the CA DT with you, Love Denyse x

  5. The use of real elements is very impressive! (like you I can't go to the beach without picking little things). A fabulous canvas.

  6. Lovely canvas. I love the sea.
    Thanks for playing with us at Craft your Passion Good luck!! Michelle(DT)

  7. Loving all the texture and details! Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to seeing you again next challenge.
    Crafty hugs,

  8. Oh this is really fab! Love the theme and very well put together. Thank you for sharing with us at Altered Eclectics this month. Sammy-x

  9. Love the dimensional embellishing for a wonderful seaside project.
    Alison x

  10. I love nautical things and your project is that you have used mostly natural those Sea Horses...
    Thank you for entering our challenge this month at Altered Eclectics...x


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