May Your Day Be Happy Mixed Media Art Journal

 May Your Day Be Happy…
What better way to be happy but to get a bit inky!!!
I am sharing a mini tutorial on how to create a mixed media art journal page using Ranger Distress Inks and Markers along with my newest Sensation Stamp Set from Wild Whisper!

Begin by stamping the May Your Day Be Happy Sensations Stamp Set multiple times on the journal page using jet black ink from Ranger.

Mask off the stamp images and ink journal page with several colors of distress inks using a blending tool. Repeat until you get the back ground colors that you are happy with.

Sensations 12 x 12 Designer Paper in both 12 and 6 sheet packs
Sensations Flair
Sensations Stamp Set
Sensations Bronzed Anther Embossing Powder

Stamp background images on prepared background with jet black ink and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks.

Apply distress inks using water pen to images.

Continue with changing distress inks to finish flowers and dragonflies.

Color smaller leaves and flowers with inks and markers using water pen.

Adhere small printed Epherema piece to prepared journal page.

Stamp sentiment with ink on white card stock; ink to match the journal page. 
Adhere to prepared art journal page. 
Happy Art Journaling! 
 Enjoy Pam

Supplies:
Wild Whisper/Pam Bray Designs Sensation Stamp Set
Blank Page Muse/Pam Bray Designs Memories Stamp Set
Ranger Distress Ink: Abandoned Coral, Vintage Photo, Mowed Lawn, Fossilized Amber
Seedless Preserve, Broken China, Ground Express
Ranger Distress Markers: Peacock Feathers, Festive Berries, Mowed Lawn
Ranger Jet Black Archival Ink
Ranger Dylusion Creative Journal 
Ranger Water Pen
Small Journal Epherema Piece

Face Your Fears Mixed Media Journal

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Stampendous Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!

Where The Wild Things Are!!!
Some of find fear even in the littlest of wild things ..
ha, ha, ha, like a grasshopper!
So I created a small mixed media journal so I could face my fears!!!
Base coat journal with gesso; dry. 
Paint randomly with yellow, teal, green and red paint; dry. 
 Apply crackle paint; dry. 
Apply wash of Paynes Grey; dry. 
Apply Quinacridone Gold; dry. ‘
Stamp  image on journal with black paint; dry. 
Stamp sentiment on journal with black paint; dry. 
Stamp background image on journal with black paint; dry. 
Spatter with white paint; dry. 
Stamp image on white paper; color with markers.
 Fussy cut. 
Add to front of journal with varnish; dry. 
Paint line work around image with black paint; dry. 
I hope you have been inspired to get some of your Stampendous Stamps and create yourself a journal where you can write about your fears, your day or even your happy moments.
Stop by the Stampendous Blog to check out this weeks inspiration!!
Hugs Pam

Stampendous Supplies:
CHMW06 Grasshopper Leaf
ASCRS06 Toxic
FMS4059 Mandala Stencil
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper

Dreamweaver Stencil Brush
Other Supplies:
Copic Markers: N2, N3, N4, YG03, YG05, YG63, YR23, YR27, R83
DecoArt Media: Yellow Green Light, Colbalt Teal Hue, Primary Yellow, Cadmium Red, Paynes gold, Quinacridone Gold, Carbon Black, Titanium White, Crackle Paint, White Gesso
American Matt Varnish
5″ x 7″ Journal
Paint Brush

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Stampendous Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!. .
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Sing a Song Art Journal Pages with Stampendous

 Sing a Song….Let the Whole World Rejoice. 
What better way but to create some art journaling using Nathalie Kalbach  3 in 1 stamp set from Stampendous.
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Each of Nathalie newest set include a foam, a cling and a stencil that all work well together or individually.
 I purchased a Dylusions Art Journal Books to create my Bible Journaling in. 
I wanted to create a special journal for my daughter with some of my favorite Bible verses and thoughts in it for her to have a keepsake. 
I began by first giving my pages a good coat of gesso and then a coat of Yellow Oxide paint. 
Make sure to let each coat dry completely.
 Repeat with Yellow Green Light and Colbalt Teal Hue, make sure to allow each coat to dry.
 Apply Pyrrole Red to background with brush, stamp
Repeat with Yellow Oxide.
(It isn’t necessary to let each stamp image dry before stamping again.)
 Stamp cling bird image to page with Burnt Umber. 
Allow to dry completely.
Paint image with Yellow Oxide and Pyrolle Red. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Apply Carbon Black to background image.
Stamp randomly to pages. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Stamp cling bird image that you have painted with Titanium White. 
Stamp background image with Titanium White. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Stamp background image with Colbalt Teal Hue randomly on pages. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Mix Dreamweaver Embossing Paste with Colbalt Teal Hue. 
Lay stencil to pages, apply colored paste to stencil with palette knife. 
Allow paste to dry completely.
 Lay Dreamweaver Kaliedescope Stencil to pages. 
Apply Dreamweavers Embossing Paste over stencil with palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Paint sentiment to pages with flat brush with Carbon Black. 
Allow to dry completely. 
Using pen write Psalms 9:1 around your stamp images. 
“Sing unto the Lord a new song; sing unto the Lord, all the earth.” NKJV
 Paint line work on pages using liner brush and Carbon Black paint. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Dot eye with stylus and Carbon Black paint.
 Here is a closer look at each page. 
I hope you have enjoyed my Bible Art Journal Pages today.
 I hope you always remember to sing a song!!!
I hope you have been inspired by my art journal pages to check out 
Nathalie Kalbach 3 in 1 stamp set.
Don’t forget to check out all the fabulous inspiring projects that have been shared all week long. 
Make sure to leave comments for the prizes that will be given away.

Stampendous Supplies:
Other Supplies:

Crystal Angel Art Journal Page

Whoot!!! Whoot!!! It is Dreamweaver Thursday.
I love the “new” Stampendous Angel Stamps!!!
I am just getting into doing Art Journal Pages and thought the Crystal Angel Stamp and Delicate Snow Stamp would work perfectly on my page. 
I began by first spraying a piece of white mixed media paper with Copic Markers using Craftwell eBrush.
Using a snowflake image stamp on prepared paper with VersaMark Ink. 
Add Ice Blue Embossing Powder to top, heat emboss.
Stamp randomly with Wired Grillager image and black ink.
Stamp image on prepared journal page with black ink.
Apply Iced Blue Embossing Powder to just the snowflake part of image. 
Heat emboss. 
Stamp Crystal Angel on to white card stock, color with markers.
Fussy cut out. 
Add to top of stamped image.
Apply Dreamweaver Embossing Paste using palette knife and
Allow to dry completely.
Tie bow around bottom of Crystal Angel Art Journal page. 
Add to top of pink and purple card stock with pop dots.
Adhere to art journal book.
Stamp sentiment on white card stock with black ink.
Mat on purple and pink die cuts. 
Ink edges with purple distress ink.
Add to front of art journal page. 
Add bow with glue dot.
I really enjoyed making my Art Journal Page and hope I inspired you to create a unique piece of art for your special project. Remember to check out all of the inspiration that is happening this week with the Stampendous/Dreamweaver Design Team. 
Supplies:

MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper 


Stampendous/Dreamweavers Design Team
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SinCity Stamps Art Journal Page

Art Journaling Pages are all the rave right now…..so I thought why not give it a try….lol, so here is a sneak peek at a part of my page using SinCity Stamps Art Journaling with Terri Sproul Stamp Set and  Birds and Clocks Stamp Set.

 So here is my first page…so let me share with you a few of the simple steps to make it but remember every page will be uniquely done because no can control the spray of the mist, the depth of the modeling paste, etc but you will get an over all feel of the project as you read on….

 I began by die cutting out to large Tim Holtz tags, one from chipboard the other from a piece of white card stock, gluing them together (I use glue sticks) and adhered them together.

I stamped my Art Journaling brick background stamp with the Memories Black ink, stamped it in a couple of places on the tag. I then used another of the background stamps and this time I inked the stamped, stamped on a piece of scrap paper and then stamped on my tag to give it a muted look.

I sprayed the tag several times with Lemon Zest, Squeezed Orange, Postbox Red, and Cut Grass Green Dylusions Spray. To get the look I wanted I sprayed several light coats of each color, dabbing off between spray, letting it dry and respaying. It took a bit to do it but you can speed up the process by using a low temp embossing gun. 

 

I stamped my Clock Stamp from the set onto white card stock using Memories Black Ink, cut it out….

Sprayed it with the Lemon Zest, Postbox red and Vibrant Turquoise using the same technique I shared on the tag. 

I stamped my calendar page that I am using for my art journal book the two different flourishes from the Art Journal Stamp Set using Memories Black Ink…..

I also used the word journaling stamp and Memories Crimson Ink at the bottom of the calendar page, I sprayed the page with Lemon Zest and Melted Chocolate Dylusions Spray and allowed it to dry before I continued…..

Once dry I used a stencil, modeling paste, and a palette knife to put my texture along the page sides and the circle clock I have cut out. Make sure to allow the modeling past to dry completely or you will have a smeared mess…..

 Once the paste has completely dried I laid my tag down to get placement for the Art Stamp I was going to be stamping on my page using Memories Art Print Brown Ink, Mare sure to move your tag before you start stamping……and once finished stamping adhere into place.

 I added a few brads here and there to my project…..

Along with metals, gemstones, a flourish I painted with a Red Pepper Paint Dabber, ribbon, word stickers from Little Yellow Bicycle….

Make sure to check out all the fun stamp sets at SinCtiy Stamps, please feel free to follow our SinCity Stamps Blog and we also have a Pinterest account if you aren’t aware of that. I also hope you try your hand at art journaling I know I had a great time making my first page and the Memories Ink stamps are the way to go when using sprays and mist. Just sayin’…..Hugs Pammejo 
Supplies:
SinCity Stamps Art Journaling with Terri Sproul
SinCity Stamps Birds and Clocks

Memories Ink: Crimson, Black Art Print Brown from Stewart Superior
Dylusions Sprays: Cut Grass, Lemon Zest, Melted Chocolate, Postbox Red, Squeezed Orange
Heidi Swapp Make Pretty Stencil
Liquitex Modeling Paste
Tim Holtz Tag Die
Couture Creations Circle Nesting Die
Adirondack Red Pepper Paint Dabber
Prima Gemstones
Want2Scrap Chipboard Flourish
Little Yellow Bicycle Naturals
Basic Grey Brads