I admit, I got a little excited when I saw this design. It can be layered to make many designs, however I wanted to use it as a form of funky sequin waste!
I started with this mini journal. It's a sample book from Strathmore in 4x6" Mixed Media paper:
I started by applying gesso to each page. After the gesso was dry I applied a layer of Derwent Inktense Blocks in two different colours for each page, wetting with water. Next I took a baby wipe and wiped off the Inktense through the stencil.
This is how a few pages turned out:
As shown above, I added a little background stamping with a few Prima stamps and Ranger Archival Ink. Stamping in the background is a great way to add visual interest and texture to your pages.
I then added multiple layers of stenciling with craft paint and a makeup sponge, assuring each layer is dry prior to starting the next. I chose to do two layers for each page, utilizing different areas of the stencil each time.
To finish, I chose to add a layer of the tiny diamonds section with cream paint to all pages. This helps make the entire book cohesive.
I really wanted to make a portable affirmation book for my fitness journey. I used a Faber Castel Big Brush marker in black and hand wrote each affirmation, and used an Archival Black ink pad.
Check out all the finished pages!
Here is a close up of the multiple layers of overlapped stenciling:
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Paula aka JournalArtista