The other day I shared iw5.11.16, and today I am sharing iw4.27.16. It may seem like I am working backwards but I am not. I just pick and choose the lesson I feel like working on. I think it depends on my mood. So, for today I am sharing my creation from one of April's Inspiration Wednesday videos. I think this page and the first page of this journal were my favorite to do. The techniques were so fun, and I just loved creating this. This particular page uses several older things like an old Bazzill card (remember those), very old rub-ons, etc. The words I chose to use on this page are: passion, create, and inspire. I chose those because I have a passion for creating and inspiring others. Perfect. I was so glad those words were in that old rub-on set.
Papers: misc. book paper
Stamps: Illustrated Faith date stamp
Stamp Ink: Hero Hues India ink black
Paints: Golden Fluid Acrylic Paynes Gray, Quinacridone Magenta, Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold; Liquitex Light Modeling Paste; Apple Barrel white; Ranger Multi Medium Matte
Tools: Stencil Girl Illegible, Donna Downey Mini Numbers Repeat stencil, Stabilo All pencil, waterbrush, Ranger Mini Mister, The Crafter's Workshop Basic Template circles, palette knife
Embellishments: Kaisercraft Inspiration rub-ons, Bazzill tag
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed it, and pull out some of that old stash to create something fun.
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