Totally Sassy with some Adventure

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Hi There Scrappy Friends,

It’s Renee Aslette here, and I have two fun shares for you today.

The first is a layout.  This layout took me a week to finish as there are loads of layers, of which I like to dry naturally.

I used the Prima Zella Teal Collection along with my favourite Scrap FX products of course!

I started off by creating my mixed media background.

Firstly I used the Random Dots Stencil with some Whipped Spackle for some texture.

Then I layered some colour.  I used two Tim Holtz Distress Oxide’s – Black Soot and Peacock Feathers.

I allowed this to dry overnight.

Then using the Cross Confetti Stencil, I added some more texture.  This time using the whipped sparkle mixed with the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Black Soot.

Then it was a matter of layering.

I added some Chicken Wire chipboard painted with white gesso.

I layered the Film Strips silhouettes, vertically and horizontally on the layout.

And finished it all off with the Totally Sassy chipboard, painted with white gesso, Prima Ink and Kaisercraft Black Ink.

My second share is a little funky double art journal layout.

I bought myself a Dylusions Black Art Journal and have been busting to use it.

I started off with the Art Deco Panel chipboard, large and small.  I inked these up with a White Stamp Pad.

Then I used the Random Dots Stencil and Whipped Sparkle to add texture.

I added the Adventure Arrow to go in the middle of the quote I am using on this journal page.

To create the stars.  I got a white strip of cardstock.  Using a make up sponge, I added some Tim Holtz Distress Oxide – Twisted Citron.  Then I added some splatters of Picked Raspberry.  Then the fun part, I had the Doodled Stars Stamp, and Staz On – Jet Black, and stamped directly onto the sheet of paper I made.

Next I cut out the stars and added them to the pages.

Here are the products I have used on the art journal pages.

I hope you have found loads of inspiration.

Merry Christmas to you and your family.


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