and used it with light modeling paste on the white & hessian background.
Once dry, I used a range of blue & purple paints to cover the background before adding splatters of Hydrangea Blue Lindys Gang Spray.
Now came the hard bit ... I cut up those gorgeous little bits of artwork to create a cityscape .... aaahhhh I totally didn't want to cut them up ... they are soooo pretty... but its all part of the process.
I love that all the colours look fantastic on the navy blue background.
This Art Journal page is so easy to recreate and can look really effective!
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Natalie here today with something that is super special to me and a little on the creative side too.
This month, we have the theme of 'Carry It' and although the rest of the uber talented StencilGirl team have come up with incredibly impressive things to carry ... I wanted to create a Scrapbook page featuring my Grandmother who passed away a few years ago and how we Carry her memory in our hearts.
I am a big journaler ... I write notes and tell stories but not often do I put them on the front of my pages ... I scribble stories on the back of the pages so that the story isn't lost and the information is there for the next generation.
I created this Mixed Media Scrapbook Page to go into a frame to go on my studio wall.
It's surprisingly simple but with lots of layering elements.
I have used the following stencils to help with building those layers of colour and texture ...