Monday, March 10, 2014

Day 10: Full art journal page; journal focused

NEW Stamps coming THURSDAY!!  Above is a sneak peek of the new line of Hymn Girls...this one is HYMN GIRLS: April!  She is the smallest of the Hymn Girls because with her umbrella she fits on a 3"x4" block!  I really love her and I hope you will too!

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Today I started by adding a layer of white paint to the pages along with a strip of masking tape down the center to keep the spray inks from getting to other pages, then I sprayed a lime green and bluegreen blue dylusions spray ink on watered pages:
dabbed them off and noticed how muted the colors are with the white!
Added more color to get the above pages
Used the Inspired Stamps: BACKGROUND STAMPS that are on their acetate sheet (I use them so much I don't always clean them!):

I also used one of the stitching stamps from the BIND AND STITCH SET (we are selling these very quickly now in the online store!):
Sprayed a separate piece of paper one side with the blue/green another with yellow/purple (see how vibrant they are without the white acrylic painted background!) and stamped/cut out my images (both are from NEW SETS this Thursday:  HYMN GIRLS: APRIL and HYMN: Wings and Feathers):
Here are the finished pages: left side with the verse just printed out with my waterproof pen.
right side: same pen:                                               
full layout with lots of journaling:

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1 comment:

  1. I love the way all your pages are turning out including the ones you, orginally, didn 't like. I have a hard time continuing when I don't like my pages. I think you've help me to realize that I should continue to work at it even when it's easier to just tear out the pages. I'm really enjoying this tutorial. Thanks for doing this. Linda E.


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