onsdag 25. april 2018

What I admire - a confidences in my art journal

Hello and welcome,

I want to show you an art journal page I made for the ShowusyourMEdia challenge this month.


The theme is to create a piece of art about what you admire. Is it a grand admiration or is it small and simple? How does what you admire enrich your life?

I admire people who brighten up my day and are happy which gives more of themselves than what they take, Those who dare to show happiness and joy. Happiness is what I admire the most.

Happy People enrich my life by beeing happy. You happy, me happy. That is very contagious.

 I have used the burlap page in my Dina wakley Media journal. I stamped the woman on cardboard. Cut out in a square and stretched around with a black pen. Outside the frame I wrote "I admire people who brighten up my day and are happy which gives more of themselves than what they take".

Materials:- Dina Wakley's Media Journal
- Dina Wakley's Scribbly women stamp
- Dina Wakley's Circle Script stamps
- Dina Wakley's Scribble sticks
- Dina Wakley's Collage paper
- Archival ink in black and pink
- Black pen
- White cardstock
- Dina wakley's Ultra thick Matte Medium


Thank you so much for stopping by! Take care. And remember; "Always look on the bright side of life..."

Hugs, Anita 





søndag 15. april 2018

Altered Accordion book

Hi and welcome

This month there is a wonderful Challenge over at Rubber Dance.
I made a accordion book using both the month colour and theme out of an old Children Club folder from our vacation last summer.

The back 

The inside

The front

The outside


Please hop over to Rubber Dance and join the challenge.



I have made a video of how I made this book, but something went wrong so you may have to wait a few days before you can see it on YouTube. Sorry about that!

Materials:
- Stamps from Rubber Dance;

Carved Whimsy Wood, A little Birdie, Artist Plate,
Celestial Dancer #2, B for Bird
- Acryl Paint from Dina Wakley Media
- Gesso
- Distress Crayons from Tim Holtz
- Stencils
- Tissue paper from Tim Holtz

I will soon come back with the video tutorial.

Hugs, Anita