Thursday, July 28, 2011

Art {Journaling} Recreating a Page

**Please note: To see today's {Faith Journaling} post, please click here.

Today I wanted to show you how I tried to recreate a page yet show you how different they turned out too. This is my very first art journaling page that I did back in May. You can see details in this post if you missed it.

This page was actually done on the front of a 5x7 notebook. It's the notebook where I keep all of my art journaling notes from classes I take. I love that cover, and I really wanted it to be part of my 9x12 art journal. So, I decided to recreate it, and here is the new 9x12 page.

Stamps: Prima foam heart, SU heart, Unity Hearts of Old
Stamp Ink: Archival Ink jet black
Pens: Faber-Castel PITT big brush pens, Pentel EnerGel
Stencils: The Crafter's Workshop circles, punchinella
Paints: Dr. Ph. Martin's Bombay India Inks; Liquitex Inks; Adirondack Paint Dabber stream, cranberry, citrus and aqua; Neocolor crayons
Other: Liquitex Light Modeling Paste and gesso, Tsukineko Squeegee
Ephemera: scriptures from vintage Bible encyclopedia and Select Notes on Bible Lessons, hymns from old hymnal, title from The Old Schoolhouse magazine

Of course, I had to add a bit more because the page is so much larger. I also used light modeling paste on this page. You can see where I used it on the right-hand side above and below the word "art" in the title. I colored the modeling paste with aqua acrylic paint before applying to the page.

This page was super fun to do, and I am glad it is now in my official "journal." Thanks for stopping by, and as always, let me know if you have questions. I will answer in the comment section. Blessings,


Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Beautiful journaling page Patter!! Love your colors, papers, and all the added shapes and details!!

Sam said...

Everything you do is so beautiful.

Dale Anne Potter said...

LOVE both the covers, so many layers....AWESOME!

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