Wednesday, 13 February 2013

L is for Laughter

If you want to join in with making an A to Z of Me Journal through the month of February click through to the Challenge blog.

Here on this blog I am going to share how I made the page for today's prompt on Laughter.

I used the clingfilm technique again with Dylusions inks.

Then I put the Rock Candy Crackle Paint through a stencil.  I don't think I put it on thickly enough plus I was impatient and really didn't let it have enough time to crackle.  If you can see a pinky tinge to it, that's because I don't clean my stencils properly and it obviously had been used with a pink spray ink previously!

I used Distress Ink over the edges of the page and on the crackled area.  However the pink didn't show up very well so then I used black.

The black and pink have eventually merged to an aubergine type colour. I tried putting white acrylic paint through the same stencil but it just made a mess and I went round the flowers with a black pen.  I added more of the pink distress ink to cover the white page.

I added the verse, the quote and stamped the word.

I coloured in the letters of the word and drew round the inside of the stamping with white pen.  I wrote down the things that I delight in.

I hope you enjoy playing with crackle paint today.

Bernice



5 comments:

  1. I think the rock candy worked out great! I have to pull mine out.
    Rinda

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  2. I think it turned out so pretty. I like the pinky tint. I am definitely going to have to order some crackle paint.

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  3. Love those flowers! Great colours, too.

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  4. Love how you got the cling film to work with dylusions, what's the secret? I'm working on lots of different types of papers in the mini album from AA and I think some pages are easier to do techniques on than others.

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  5. really lovely page bernice, another new tecnique for me to try out and thankyou for your inspiration :)

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