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Art Journal Page

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Hi everyone!

I got excited about an Art Journal end of last year.  I was made so many art journal pages on this year and I really love those possibilities, so I got a idea to make a art journal page for you!

I am also sharing instructions for you!

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This is my ready page!  I created with many different materials and shapes — lots of steps!

I took my art journal book and open a side–Then I glued masking tape on joint, after that I put a layer of white Gesso.

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I took a old book and tore many pages, as needed!    Next, I glued, part of pages on my art journal book with light medium or decoupage varnish. You must dry it at this point.

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I took a little bit of yellow paint, I choice was Distress Paint, then I took baby wipes and spread all paint to page.   You really need so little amount of paint!   Old book pages still show behind paint.

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I selected a stencil and started make shapes with textured paste on corner.   I selected flowers.   You must let shapes to dried a long time after that.  Then you can make little bit “harder” work for page later.

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I took stamps and stamped for page–Use your imagination!

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Next, I stamped typewriter and few words on patterned paper.   Quite light pattern paper, that you can read all words after stamping.  Then I cut out of shapes, . I colored every pictures with ink, then I mist only water.   It made the carton little bit soft and then I can made textured with crumpled.

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I glued typewriter and text on page–I use some 3D stickers to made contrast.

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Then I took a pencil. It can be any soft pencil, but I use soft watercolor pencil.  I drew every lines of flowers, after drawing I took a small paintbrush and did again every line with water.  It made more effect.

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I stamped many letters with black ink on page-Like letters flew on!

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Last, but don´t least–I used  white paint pen and make some shapes on letters and flowers.

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Yes, now my art journal page is ready.  Do you like it?  Are you never make a art journal work?

Most of the supplies I used can be found at the a2z Scrapbooking Store.  If you would like to purchase any of the supplies I used please head on over to the store and use the coupon code TARU15 which will save you 15% off any purchase of $25 and up excluding shipping.

I hope my page will provide you with some inspiration to participate in our April challenge: Stencil!  It runs to the end of the month.  You have a chance to win a $25.00 gift card to the a2z Scrapbooking Store. Hope to see you there!

Supplies used:

Hero Arts 19th Century French Scrip Stamps AC015

Hero Arts Butter Bar Spray Mist WM112

Hero Arts Stamp&Cut Alpha Tap DC136

Hero Arts Neon Purple Spray Mist WM108

Hero Arts Green Hills Spray Mist WM111

Hero Arts My Type stamps CG280

Hero Arts Large Lotus Pattern Stencil SA001

Hero Arts India Black Ink AF248

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Taru

4 thoughts on “Art Journal Page

  1. Fantastic work Taru! This is one wonderful journal! ❤

  2. really beautiful–thanks for the instructions!

  3. Gorgeous journal pages Taru! Thanks for sharing the process with us!

  4. That looks amazing.

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