I’ve been playing catch-up for various reasons. I’m using a wee 6×6″ hardcover journal this year and am enjoying the format. Distress paints, Dylusions paints, stencils, collage materials, Pitt Big Brush markers.
What makes you different: Tim Holtz Distress Oxides, Dylusions paints, stencils, Simon Says Stamp inkpad.
Sparkly: Dylusions paints, Glossy Accents, Tim Holtz Distress Rocky Candy, gold glitter, stencils, Simon Says Stamp inkpad
I love this week’s quote because some days I do find myself doing weird stuff when I’m tired or distracted. I used Dylusions paints, a StencilGirl stencil and Simon Says Stamp inkpad.
This week I used Tim Holtz Distress & Dylusions Paints, some old sheet music, stencils, and Simon Says Stamp ink.
I like this week’s quote, so used the whole thing – often I only use the key words or phrtase. Supplies: Tim Holtz Distress paints, Dylusions paints, black FudeBall, white Posca, stencils, Simon Says Stamp inkpad.
I love this week’s quote. Page done with Dylusions paints, StencilGirl stencil, Simon Says Stamp ink.
This week’s quote has been modified slightly as it felt a bit too Christian for me, but that was easily fixed; I like the general idea though. I used a new Paper Artsy stencil, Dylusions paints, white gel pen and Pitt Big Brush marker.
This week I used Dylusions paints, Simon Says Stamp stamp pad, Ranger embossing ink, Ranger white embossing powder and a bunch of stencils. The original quote referred to God but of course I had to change that…
Dylusions paints, stencils, Distress inks.
This month’s theme is love, and I loved the week’s quote, so this came together easily. I normally do a paint, stencil & pen background with no collage or photos, but wanted to include a favorite photo of Tony. This was taken at Lucy’s Gulley, on SH45, in 2012 when we were having a weekend break from caring for Mum (thanks to my sister). I’ve used Distress Paint, Dylusions paint and a couple of stencils.