With Ella Fitzgerlad's quote - The only thing better than singing is more singing - I had already made a greeting card for one of my friend. For making that card I used nearly the same elements what I used this time for the canvas.
I used a 20x20 cm canvas, and although it was primed, I put a layer of modelling paste on it.
While it was drying I tore a paper to a size I needed for the music sheet stamp.
I stamped with StazOn ink pad.
After I tapped and rubbed Ranger Distress Stain (Antique Linen) on the paper.
When the modelling paste dried I painted acrylic paint on the canvas: light blue with some white, diluted with some water on the top and chocolate brown to the bottom.
When it was dry I tapped some turquoise to the brown and after a little silver too.
I glued the music sheet to the middle.
Then I cut out the elements: the branch tree, the caroler, the bird, the lamppost...
I painted them.
After I glued the branch tree - what I altered a little bit before - I put Ranger Crackle Accents on it.
The branch looks like this after the crackle accents dried.
I glued the elements step by step.
I put Ranger Glossy Accents to the lamp so it looks like a real glass.
I rubbed Ranger Distress ink (Peacock Feathers) to the edges of the text cutouts.
And one more thing, if I can still participate with this project on A Vintage Journey blog, then I would like to link this to the Anything Tim March challenge.