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.
I love this week’s quote and was going to do something relating to the Muslim ban in the USA and other political happenings, but then realised art is my time out from all of that. So here it is, just another journal page that made me happy in the creating. Distress paint, Dylusions paint, Dylusions stamps, stencils, Fude ball and Posca pens.
I decided to go with more neutral colours this week inspired by a page I did with CJS17 and Rachel Greig from Darkroom Door. I used Distress paints, Dylusions paint, stencils including Tim Holtz, Fude ball and Posca pens.
Today’s artist, Cat Scanlon, uses transparent colours to great effect, layering washes of colour over mark making, then more mark making on the top layer. I used Dylusions paints for the bottom layer of mark making, over collaged text, then Golden Fluid Acrylics for the flower and washes of colour (I love watered down Paynes Grey). I used a little Light Copper fluid acrylic for the final mark making.