Thursday, July 16, 2015

How to Make Cute Pages in a Journal Made of Canvas

A few weeks ago I shared how I made a canvas journal cover, today I am sharing a couple pages inside that journal.

Hi, I am still working in the Linnie Blooms canvas Mini Mixed Stitched Book and posting my pages over at the LB blog and here as well.  For these two pages I used a lot of paints and spritzing to make the bright and colourful background on the untreated canvas pages.  That way I could maintain the texture of the raw canvas.
I used two stencils, one(DecoArt)  to create the background and the other (LB)to make the feathers which I collaged onto the surface.  The complete list of the supplies I used are below and I am including links just in case you are interested in knowing how you too can get those same products.

I hope that you are inspired to look at raw canvas as a possible surface to do some art journaling as well.

Thanks a lot for stopping by and please if you have any comments or questions don't be shy and include them in the comment section below.  Keep on Crafting!

Mini Mixed Stitched Book from Linnie Blooms
Feather Stencil Mask from Linnie Blooms
Gold Stag DecouPage paper from DecoArt®
Daisy Chain Stencil from DecoArt
DecouPage™ Sealer-Glue-Finish from DecoArt®
Media Fluid Acrylics from DecoArt® (Cadmium Red Hue, Hansa Yellow Medium, and Metallic Gold)
StazOn Jet Black Solvent Ink from Tsukineko
Stamp  "What I'm Looking For Is a Blessing In Disguise" from Hampton Art--7Gypsies
Black Permanent pen from Sharpie
Archival Seeds in Pistachio and Cherry Kisses from The Robin's Nest
Media Misters from DecoArt® (Orange, Yellow Primary, and Yellow Green)

**THANKyou to Linnie Blooms, DecoArt, and The Robin's Nest for the wonderful products used in today's post.

similar products available at Amazon (every click goes to support this Blog's FREE content) :)

No comments: