Today I have another journal page to share with you - this time I have made it mostly via brayering acrylic paints then added some stamps and stencils. Here's what i did:
Using paperartsy-fresco-finish-chalk-acrylics and brayer ...
I built up painty layers on my journal pages ...
Once happy I moved on to some painty additions ...
using a lid and paint ..
and a stencil and brush ...
I liked the look here - then i moved on to stamping ...
I used tasty textures stamps from Indigo blu
This is the final page spread after adding more stamps:
I added the letters using sizzix-bigz-xl-alphabet-die---block-talk-lowercase-by-tim-holtz.
I hope you can join us over at countryviewchallenges this month - where you would be in with a chance to win a £20 voucher.
Oh, what a fantastic background you've created, Rachel! I love those fresco finish chalk acrylics and your colour combo is marvelous! Beautiful stamp choice and awesome design! Stunning page! Love it! Hugs! Branka xxxReplyDelete
Love the effects you get with brayering the paint and then fabulous depth with stencils and stamps. Great pages Rachel xxReplyDelete
Looks like you had a great inky playtime Rachel and super effects as well.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a good weekend.
Wow! what fantastic project, love the effect you have created.ReplyDelete
Love your gorgeous pages Rachel.xxxReplyDelete
Lovely journal pages Rachel, really like that tasty textures stencil you have used, yet another thing to add to my must have list. Mo xReplyDelete
Fabulous journal pages Rachel... Thanks for your Tut....ReplyDelete
Hugs Sylvie x
Morning Rachel, gorgeous Journal pages. I love the girly stamp. xxReplyDelete
I love your fantastic journal pages Rachel and all of the techniques and stamps you've used. Thanks for the tutorial, maybe this is just the inspiration I need to get my journal out and do something in it. Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Hugs Sue xx
Fabulous journal pages Rachel, look like you had lots of funReplyDelete
Wonderful really like the idea and must give my Fresco paints a go.ReplyDelete
crafty hugs Pen x
A great tutorial and a fabulous pages. Big Hugs MarleneReplyDelete
LOVE this Rachel, as I am getting back into mixed media your little tuts are helping me restore the memory with what I did before dad passed away...thank you .xxReplyDelete
This is gorgeous Rachel, such a beautiful background.ReplyDelete
Great tutorial, those stamps are tasty, love them, must enter the challenge, x sam.ReplyDelete
I love this Rachel, it reminds me of Alice in Wonderland (which is one of my favourite books) :o)ReplyDelete
Great tutorial too.
Fabulous journal pages, Rachel!!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous journal pages hun! Love these stamps too.ReplyDelete
A fantastic double journal page, your background looks fabulous. I'm not very good at random stamping, my brain wants to line things up or make them symmetrical. Love the quote, the image works perfectly with it.ReplyDelete
Uh oh, I think I 'need' another set of stamps... they look beautiful on your page and the background is simply gorgeous! Hugs, Anne xxReplyDelete
That is a wonderful affirmation!ReplyDelete
Love your painty background and the dreamy butterfly.
Just beautiful, and gorgeous colors and design. Thanks for the step-by-step.ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous Rachel! I love the colours & all the detail! I wish I had more time to play! Love the words too! You've got me singing the song from Rocy Horror in my head now! lolReplyDelete
Fabulous pages! I really love those refreshing and motivating colors and Indigo Blu background stamps. Great affirmation, too! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Lovely brayered layers (just been doing something very similar in a book! but not on the blog for a while yet...) - and I love the fresh look of the Indigoblu stamps - great image combining, with her thoughts fluttering away.ReplyDelete
Fabulous journal pages Rachel. Really loving the background.ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous! I am hoping to get some Indigo Blue stamps this year as I love them, and the way you've used and this is just gorgeous. I need them stamps lol! Karen xxReplyDelete