Saturday, June 23, 2018

Fearless Journal Page



Hello everyone! 
Jenn here today to share with you this fun art journal page using many Blank Page Muse stamps!
This started out as a page that had blue ink spilled on it!

 It is amazing what you can create from an accident with some amazing stamps!



Blank Page Muse Stamps used:
(clicking will direct you to the online store)

Other Supplies:
Spray inks
Patterned stencil
Black Archival Ink pad
Clear embossing powder
Purple Archival Ink
Fuchsia translucent paint
White Gelli Pen
Fuchsia watercolor pencil
Embossing pen

  • Start with a blank journal page or like this one, an oops.. If you do not have an oops page like this just splatter some spray ink, spritz with water and move the page around to get the same result as a spill.
  • Use black archival ink to stamp patterns around. 
  • Add the script stamp randomly across the page.
  • Then stamp the dragonfly and coat with clear embossing powder and set with a heat tool. 
  • Use a watercolor pencil on the wings. This will make the dragonfly image pop!


All of the detail that is achieved from using multiple stamps is great!
  • Use a palette knife dipped into fuchsia acrylic paint to lightly drag on the page on each side. 
  • Use a patterned stencil and dab black ink through it on top of the fuchsia color. 
  • Finally add a few more of the round grunge stamps in purple inks here and there. 
  • As a finishing touch go around the stenciled circles with a white gel pen.
  • For the drips on top of the page use an embossing ink pen to draw them then coat with baked texture embossing powder and heat set with a heat tool.




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Until Next Time, Happy Creating!!
Jenn

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