Male Destiny Journal Pages

by Deb Adams | 0 comments

Hi All,

Today I am sharing a double page spread in my Art Journal.

To start this spread I used the gorgeous Blue Mandala rice paper, tearing it into large pieces

& applying with gel medium.  Adding random stitching to the page.

I repeated the patterns in the rice paper with stamping.  Softening the effect with water & white gesso.

The ‘John & Harry’ stencil allowed me to apply the male shapes to the uneven surface.

Great how it cuts through his jacket.

The Trees rice paper representing growth & strength in the background.

The Interlock stencil was used to represent a pathway.

The transparencies make great sentiments, applied with matte gel medium.

A top coat of gel medium reduces the shine of the acetate.

Love this ‘Man in Black’ silhouette.

The visual texture was built up by applying lots of layers on these pages.

The Scrap FX products I used were:

Men in BlackBlue Mandala collage paperInterlock stencilTrees ricepaperPhilosophy Phrases transparencySchool Phrases transparencyJohn & Harry stencil SMALLChevron Border stampMandala stamp

Art Journal page by Heike

by Heike Bruhn | 0 comments

Hello everyone,

and welcome to my first blog post in the month of September.

I created for you two art journal pages on watercolour paper.

I like to use the same photo but different colour combination and products.

What colour and tools can do with the same photo  is amazing.

Mr. Fox is just fabulous…

I used from Scrap Fx:

Art Words transparency

Circle Patterns transparency

Label Maker Negative transparency

Iconic Faces transparency

Triangulations ricepaper

Circles & Squares stamp

Flower Power stamps

Hypnotic Circles stamp

Diamonds stencil

I also used:
Old Holland acrylic paint,
Faber Castell polychromic pen,
13@rts Gesso,
13@rts watercolor,
13@rts wordsticker,
Maremi SmallArt flower,
DIN4 watercolor paper.
and a photo from pixabay.
I hope you like my inspiration.
See you for my second blog post in September.
Until then.

Two art journal pages by Lisa

by Lisa Rabellino | 0 comments

Hi everyone!

Lisa today and I’d love to share with you my new art journal inspirations playing with Scrap Fx products!

For the background I glued various pieces of Scrap Fx collage papers. So I brushed a coat of clear gesso and I used my favorite watercolors.

I made some stamps with blue archival ink and I cutted an image from Scrap Fx mini Funky Folk collage set and I made splatters with yellow  liquid ink.

For my second page I used others Scrap Fx collage papers and I made a rainbow background with my watercolors.

I used these products from the store:

I hope you enjoyed my art journal projects for today!

Hugs, Lisa


Express Yourself By Tanya Froud

by Tanya Froud | 0 comments

Hi Guys,

Tanya here!

I am popping in to share this layout with you.

It has been created using the following products,

Love This

These can be all found at your favorite stockist.

I started by ripping up the Blue Mandala and stuck it down to the background, I then added some coordinating paint and the foliage transparency, Then some stenciling to pull it all together.

I hope this has inspired you!! Thanks for looking!

Paint Your Own Reality by Tanya Froud

by Tanya Froud | 2 Comments

Hi Guys,

Tanya here,

Today I have a bright mixed media layout for you.

The products used are

Fountain Pen ricepaper

For this layout I ripped some collage paper, added some smears of paint. Then fully dried it.

Once dry I smeared some black paint over the colored parts and then wiped it back through the stencil to build more layers before drying and adding layers to the top.

Thanks For Looking!


‘Live life to the Max’ by Elisa Ablett

by Elisa Ablett | Comments Off on ‘Live life to the Max’ by Elisa Ablett


Hi Scrap FX Friends,

Elisa here from the design team with my latest Scrap FX project featuring loads of new and classic Scrap FX products.

As a mum of tween and teen boys, I tend to do a lot of grungy boy layouts and I like to mix up the colour schemes to keep them fresh. With this layout I knew I wanted to feature the new triangle silhouettes and mark making products from Scrap FX and they worked so well with the fresh colour scheme and collage paper.

Let’s take a closer look…

Use border stamps, washi tape and long pieces of chipboard to create a border between your two colour schemes.

Use mark making stamps and stencils to add texture and subtle interest in the background.

List of products from Scrap FX along with the links :=

Tricky Triangles BLACKMark Making F Dots & Rectangles stencilTriangulations ricepaper - Click Image to CloseTriangle collage stamp Light Bulb transparencyLive Life to the Max

Tricky Triangles Black

Live life to the Max

Light Bulb Transparency

Triangle Collage Stamp

Number Set Stamps

Triangulations Ricepaper

Cross Confetti Stencil

Mark Making F Dots and Rectangles

Thanks for stopping by the blog today,


Elisa x




RAWWRR…..By Belinda Lowe

by Belinda Lowe | Comments Off on RAWWRR…..By Belinda Lowe

Good Morning Scrap FX Fans,

Belinda here…Happy Sunday, let’s get creative

My turn up on the blog today with a index page. You only need 1 or 2 products to make a standout feature of your page, there are loads of gorgeous products from the Scrap FX range.……go to the store and have a browse or ask your local retailer to order some in for you if you haven’t done so as yet

I have created this piece using the following Scrap FX products: RAWWRR Dinosaur, Leafy Landscape by Niamh Baly and Hypnotic Circles Stamp

Here are a few close ups:

That’s it from me today, thanks for stopping by the blog.

I hope you are inspired…..Make sure you stop by the Scrap FX Creative Space on facebook to post all your Scrap FX related projects and to keep up to date with all the new releases

Happy Days!!!

Belinda XX

Scrapbook layout in mixed media style by Heike

by Heike Bruhn | Comments Off on Scrapbook layout in mixed media style by Heike


and welcome to my second blog post for the company Scrap Fx Australia.

I created this time a scrapbook layout in mixed media style with a photo of my daughter Mia years ago.

Therefore I used the beautiful stencil:

Words of Wisdom stencil

One of my favourite stamps:

Squared stamp

Transparency as embellishments:

Circle Patterns transparency

Art Words transparency

and the decorative chipboard:

Circle Hash frame

Here is the link to the store from Scrap Fx:
Art is anything..
A closer look:

For this page I used the colour combination orange, pink and blue with black and white.

What I love about the transparency from Scrap Fx: they are perfect as embellishments

and finishing touch.

Chipboards are a beautiful way to add 3D effects on the page.

I always paint my chipboard with black gesso first before I add my main colour or

embossing powder. The black paint/ gesso gives more depth and enhances the 3D effect.

For my background paper I used the new paper collection  of 13@rts.

I hope you feel a little bit inspired to create with the beautiful products of Scrap Fx.

Have a beautiful day.



Fly by Ros Aggett-Madley

by Ros Madley | Comments Off on Fly by Ros Aggett-Madley

Hi everyone,

today I’m sharing an art journal page.

This started with some messy paints and a little gloss spray with the Doily Silhouette which you can see on the far right of the pages.

I have then used the Muslin Silhouette and some white gesso randomly around the pages to mimic some clouds.

For the title, I have used a metallic marker to colour the back of a quote from the Phrases rice paper and adhered this with some matte medium.

Once I stuck down the Sea Bird Frame I gave parts of it a heavy coat with some gold crackle paste.  Platinum crackle paste has been spread also on some parts of the frame and around my pages.  Finishing off with some flicks of gold water colour.

Sea Bird frame    Muslin BLACK

Doily WHITE    Phrases ricepaper



Art is Freedom Concertina Journal

by Deb Adams | Comments Off on Art is Freedom Concertina Journal

Hi Scrap FX readers,

Today I am sharing a folding Journal I created full of bright colours, Arty words & Inspiration.

I started out making a heap of prints using a Gelli plate with Acrylic Paints.

Textures added with stencils & stamps.

I generally kept the colours light as I wanted to apply the Collage Paper images of the sketchy girls faces,

the bold arty sentiments & those eyes!

Love how the torn layers of the Stitched rice papers become semi translucent

over the background.

The Leafy Circle stamp was randomly stamped on each page with Hickory Smoke Distress oxide,

then drawn in sketchy outline with a black posca pen.

Pan Pastels, coloured pencils & posca pens used to blend & then highlight the faces & eyes on each page.

I also coloured around the words to help them blend into the background.

The back cover of the Journal says it all for me…

& I am mesmerised by those beautiful eyes!

Cheers for now,   Deb   oz paper scrap art

Scrap FX products I used were:

Art Inspiration rice paperFace Features rice paper Sketchy Faces rice paperStitched LARGE ricepaperSewing ricepaperMelted Mesh stencilZebra Circles stencilLeafy Circle StampDoily Stamp