Thursday 19 October 2017

Geometric travel Continued...

Next page, while not technically next page i don't make album in order... new page.  When I make an album especially for a kit I use the same mixed media products and techniques so my tutorial may start to get repeative- just a heads up.
Start with pattern paper 6"x10" this is Hazy Days paper from 7 Dots Studio.  Ink with stencil splats and distress ink, salty ocean and iced spruce.  Splatter with some water to watermarks.

I used splatter stencils available at BoozyBear etsy store
Splatter 10" x12"

More Splatter 10" x 12"

More MORE Splatter 10" x 12"

Next grunge up the edges, distress edges then paint around outside with rust paste, and turquoise patina paste.

Color cheesecloth with magicals- sepia and ponderosa pines olive, rip up and distress the heck out of cheesecloth.  Next paint with scrulpture medium- i squeeze on the medium then pounce into cheesecloth with an old paint brush, one that you don't care if it gets ruined.  Arrange cheesecloth under and over of chipboard geocaching.

Chipboard Geocaching- I think this is one of favorites chipboard designs. Paint with gold acrylic paint, dry, then sand and ink with ground espresso distress ink.  Wipe off excess ink, the ink with settle into the sanded portions and wipe off the painted areas.

Add die cut elements from Hazy Days paper pack, add charcoal outline around elements and smear with fingertips.
I love doing this on a page the key is to use a soft charcoal pencil that is sharp so you can get tight to the outside edge.

Finish with photo cluster and feathers, ta da finished.

Here you can see the grungy effect of chipboard and all those wonderful fibers from cheesecloth.
I like that the feathers aren't solid but wispy, its like it adds movement.

I like to always leave "white space" basically all the background paper isn't covered up it adds a definite focal point.

The pictures are of the Isle of Skye unfortunately I didn't actually go there this album is pictures of everything I want to see one day hopefully.

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