Friday, November 7, 2014

Circle fun...


Hi all, just a bit of fun in my art journal today.. I used one of the squish pages, you know when you get extra spray ink on a stencil from something else and you squish it into your journal.. You get some great backgrounds to play with that way.. This was a circle stencil that I had sprayed with Dylusions.. Then I filled in some of the circles with neocolor II, and used a waterbrush to smooth it out.. Went around it with the stabilo pencil in black and then thought hmm its a bit plain. So I then added the mini tile texture stencil with black ink and added a tag.. I gave the tag the same treatment but instead of the dylusions I just used the neocolor II's.  Inked all the edges with black ink. Then I watered down some Gesso and splashed it all. It was a fun page to do. I am trying to leave a bit more of the white in my backgrounds and not cover everything up..  The tag has the words from a stamp from Kaszzaz it say's 'It's the little things'. 


I am linking this up over at Paint Party Friday

Have a great day
Sandy :)

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful work! Happy PPF, Valerie

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  2. Oh wow, Sandy, I love this! It's so creative and I love the colours and patterns :)
    Amelia xx

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  3. I like your circle fun a lot! Great work!

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  4. I really like this the colours and patterns are fabulous.

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  5. Great journal page. I love the tag you added. It really adds a lot of interest to your page.

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  6. Love the results of your squishing! Beautiful colors and shapes.

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  7. Squishing sounds like a lot of fun. Random makes things so interesting. I think your page and colors are beautiful.

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  8. Wow, love the colors and boldness!!!

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  9. This is really great. Love the circles! Hugs! deb

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  10. fun 'squish' pages! so creative.

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  11. I love these wonderful pages...the color and texture are so yummy!! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Finally got her! I love this page and the step-by-step on how you did it. I frequently think afterward that I needed a little something more. It is amazing how much the horizontal tag adds, and I like your choices of phrases in your pages.

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Thank-you for the lovely comment..