Sunday, September 30, 2018

#TheStencilfiedJournal - Prompt 14

Just a couple more prompts left in the first set of #TheStencilfiedJournal callaborations so here we go with 14.

I couldn't just stencil straight lines now could I?

The background is gold watercolor and then I stenciled with Stone and Mortar Version 2 using Dina Wakley paint in olive.  Quote and doodling with Posca Paint pens.

Great quote right??!!

#TheStencilfiedJournal - Prompt 13

Ready for prompt 13??  Let's get right to it!

I rolled some Dina Wakley paint on the bottom of my slipper and stepped on you journal page.

The next layer are dots I painted before I got out the stencil to do my journaling.

I used the Vintage Typewriter Lower Case Alphabet (L261) stencil, black paint and posca paint pens.

I am loving those tiny little dots!!

See you for prompt 14!

#TheStencilfiedJournal - Prompt 12

Prompt 12 was a challenge for some in our group but I had SO MUCH FUN with it!!

I was really happy with how my front and back cover worked out!!

Stencils used: L486 Stars Inspired by Matisse, S550 Face It
I used Dina Wakley paints for the background and then painted the face stencil (with my FINGER) with them also.

After it dried I soaked the edges in coffe for about 5 minutes.

I love me some coffee stained pages!!!

See you back here for prompt 13!

#TheStencilfiedJournal - Prompt 11

I have a bunch of catching up to do on my blog posts for our collaboration...
Here is prompt 11.

So if you remember we tore a page out and letf it out in the was time to bring it back in for this prompt.

I used Dina Wakley Media tape to tip my page back into my journal.

The glue I used did't hold that well so my pages came apart but I love what the elements did to the pages.

Before they came apart though I stencil the back of the page that I toe out.

Stencils used:  S319 Scribble Blooms, S604 Mikki's Flowers
Stenciled with Dina Wakley paints; lemon and sedona, then doodling and writing with Posca Paint pens.

I love the naturally worn area from being out side!

See you soon...