Here, I am sharing my another project as an entry for March challenge at PRIKA All About Crafts- Blog, and “Old Turned New” inspired with the theme.
This art page made using Lindy’s Magical Shaker set and Prima-Finnabair Rust Effect Paste.
This is my first attempt for making an art journal page. I used an old altered cute note book which I gifted to my so caring and handsome brother on his birthday. I made this art page inside this altered note book, when my brother came to me on his vacations.
He just loves the splash of colors and rustic look of it, so now he is also a big fan of Lindy’s.
I had a lot of fun creating the background!
Done some textures by using handmade texture paste and created a mix of loads of Lindy’s Magical Shakers. For final finish done some stenciling and added some sentiment using Tim Holtz idea-ology Clipping stickers. The Rust Effect Pastes are from Prima, Just love the end results. I am mad about these Lindy’s Range.
Few quick steps of making this art page: I clicked a few pics of the process and I would like to share them with you all, along with the process to get there! Here are more pictures of this page at the end.
#Lindy’s Store: Lindy’s Magical Shaker 2017’s (original colors)
#Guten Tag Teal
#Cuckoo Clock Cardinal
#Black Forest Black
#Homemade Texture Paste
#Prima Marketing Inc: Finnabair- Art Extravagance Rust Effect Paste
#Tim Holtz idea-ology: Clipping Stickers
#Papericious- Sigma Card Stock- Ivory
#Aleene’s Quick Dry Tacky Glue
Step.1: I started with a Papericious-Sigma card stock (Ivory) and cropped it same size to stick inside the note book. First I used Prima Clear Gesso for preparing its base.
Step.2: To add more dimension, I added textures on left page by using homemade texture paste and stencil from my stash. I dried it thoroughly. Then sprayed water with spray bottle and started adding loads of Lindy’s magical to make a color splash.
Step.3: Same process followed on the right page too, but without adding any texture to it. Again dried it thoroughly, in this step I left it for overnight and in the morning, all colors mixed up so well. Have a look.
Step.4: Then I used Rust effect paste, I have added rust effect paste on all the edges using my index finger to give it some more interest.
Step.5: Then I added texture to right page by using Brown rust effect paste and created some tree shapes with the help of stencil. I dried it thoroughly and then added some Lindy’s magical with the help of fine tip brush to bring out some textures, dimensions, and a scenic effects as I imagined.
Step.6: Once, I was happy with my art page, I added sentiments by using some clipping stickers from Tim Holtz Idea-ology to give it a finish look.
Some more Images:
I hope you love it.
Dr Monika Tripathi Shukla
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