“Art Journal Fabulousness” by Misty.

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Hi friends!  Misty here to share a what I’ve created with this months fun stamps, stencils, and chipboard.

First, a journal page…


One of my all time favorite chipboard sets is an oldie but a goodie.  The large cogs.  They are huge and I love that I can piece them out to make multiple designs with them.



I’ve misted them with some tattered angels and embossed them for some fun distressed texture.



The background is made using layers of mists, stenciling, and stamping.  The new stamps are perfect for background distressing…



Products used:

large cogs

“against the clock”

clock hands

diagnol stamp

triangle maze stamp

dot stamp

hash stencil

Next, is another journal page using the other parts of the large cogs…



It says “Passion is useless without action”.



This background was created by stamping multiple layers with the fish scale stamp (as well as layers of mists).  This stamp is definitely a new favorite of mine and will be used often!



For the title pieces I used the word “passion” from the imagine theme pack and the word “action” from the “a piece of action” theme pack.  I will use the parts that I cut from it later!   That is what I love so much about these chippies, it’s so easy to customize your pieces to fit your artwork.

Products Used:

Large Cog

Fish Scale Stamp

“a piece of the action”

“imagine” theme pack

Thank you for stopping by!

 Hope you have a great week…

3 Responses to ““Art Journal Fabulousness” by Misty.”

  1. Ava Gavloski says:

    Great treatments on the chipboard and love the textured background

  2. Oh I love both these so much! The first one I just want to touch so badly, it’s so rich with texture and the chipboard pieces look magnificent with the shimmery embossing you’ve done. On the other page I really adore the message you’ve conveyed. I really like the fish scale stamp too and can’t wait to use it! Really gorgeous projects my sweet friend!!

  3. I am so loving this journal phase of yours Misty!! These pages are sensational, and like Scarlett I feel the need to touch!! So much to admire in both these projects, just fabulous!