More art journaling fun with Scrap FX goodies!!

by Claire Stead | Comments Off on More art journaling fun with Scrap FX goodies!!

Hi all! I’m back with two more art journal pages to see out August!! Here’s the first one……. sunglasses on…… In this first post I am channeling my love of rainbows- if you follow me on Instagram and YouTube you will know that I do love to use bright rainbow colours sometimes! It’s just got […]

Today is full of possibilities

by Claire Stead | Comments Off on Today is full of possibilities

Hi all This is my first project for August! How is it August already??? Today I am creating a page with a neutral background in my Dina Wakley Kraft journal. I started off by adding some collage paper to the background, I used Dina Wakley’s pattern collage paper white on white, but Scrap FX do […]

Sarcasm & Coffee Junk Journal Page- Chrissi M

by Chrissi Mannix | Comments Off on Sarcasm & Coffee Junk Journal Page- Chrissi M

Hello Lovelies, I’m Back!! Ive been away for the last few months with the birth of my daughter. So I’m calling it maternity leave lol. My baby girl is now 10 weeks old, and we are in a good routine, and mummy has managed to get back into her art room for some creative time. […]

Using the Elle stencil in an interactive page

by Claire Stead | Comments Off on Using the Elle stencil in an interactive page

Hi! It’s good to be back, and I am so excited to share this project with you all. Today I am creating an interactive art journal page using the stencil I designed for Scrap FX called Elle. I decided to create an interactive page with a fold out element. I worked in my Dina Wakley […]

Dancing Daises- by Claire Stead

by Claire Stead | Comments Off on Dancing Daises- by Claire Stead

Hi! Here’s my second project for today. This time it’s an art journal spread with a circular window, it has dancing daisies- it definitely has a Spring vibe!!! Again I started with a thin layer of gesso on the pages- I only gessoed the first page, then skipped the next double page and then gessoed […]

Scrap FX DT project- Art is…..by Claire

by Claire Stead | Comments Off on Scrap FX DT project- Art is…..by Claire

Hi folks! It’s Claire back with another project for Scrap fx design team. This project uses lots of lovely Scrap FX goodies, they are listed below! I love the paintbrush stencil, it’s very appropriate for an art journal page!! I had lots of fun creating the page, there are lots of layers …. and of […]

You can never have to much Happy -Art journal page by Dannii

by Danielle Scholz | Comments Off on You can never have to much Happy -Art journal page by Dannii

Hello Lovelies, Back again with another project in my ScrapFx Lace Junk Journal. I had so much fun with these pages, creating a double lay out using the collage -rice paper Real women. I started the page by layering gesso on the pages. I then picked the text rice paper and tore it into strips […]

Art Journal Page – Unicorn Dreams

by Karen Yates | Comments Off on Art Journal Page – Unicorn Dreams

Introducing first new DT member, Karen Yates! Karen lives in Devonport, Tasmania with her husband Leigh, and daughter Ruby who is 11. A Mixed Media teacher, Youtuber and currently studying Graphic Design at TAFE (only 1 more year to go!!) She has been creating since she was a child, doing mostly needle-craft back then – but […]

How to Scrap FX transparencies and collage rice papers by Niamh

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Hi Everyone, Have you ever thought ‘I like the transparencies, but I have no idea how to use them?’ – well this blog post is for you! I was exactly the same, but I found a little trick that helps me make them more user friendly. Matt gel medium! Its my best friend and I […]

Creating interactive pages using a large keyhole by Niamh

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Hi All, As you know I adore the keyhole chipboards and silhouettes in the Scrap FX range, and I am so glad they now have a larger chipboard version to play with. In this journal page I have used the keyhole to create a window into other pages, almost like Alice fell down the rabbit […]