Tuesday, September 10, 2013

creepy journaling

Hi bloggers!
Today I'm sharing my 2 latest tags, journaled. 
You can find the posts for each tag with supplies here at whispers and spooky.
I'm going to focus on the making journal pages with supplies today.
I have to say I had the most fun making these pages, I couldn't wait to get back to them.
They were so messy to make, but, that's part of the fun I think!
I had Dylusions ink and water sprayed everywhere and modeling paste and paint smeared everywhere. 
Total bliss!
To start I put tissue tape down the center of the pages so the ink wouldnt pool there. I sprayed the pages with water and then I sprayed Dylusions inks in melted chocolate, crushed grape, cut grass, black marble and more water here and there. I would dry with my heat gun between sprays and add more where I wanted it
Next I used my embossing paste that I colored with paint from my pitch black paint dabber and used the vintage lace mask by Christy Tomlinson for Pink Paislee and Prima sunrise, sunset stencil.
I did more distressing with Distress ink in peeled paint and rusty hinge with my blending tool.
Then I did some stamping with Archival jet black ink. I used Tim Holtz apothecary, halloween blueprint and classic's #6 stamp sets.
I did some water coloring on the bats, spiders, and skull eyes with my water brush filled with Dylusions black marble ink. The pipette makes filling the water brushes so easy, I couldn't do it with it.
I adhered the tags and went over them with gel medium, dryed and then inked around the tags with a black Faber-Castell big brush pen and smeared the ink with my finger. I add the gel medium so the ink from the pen will smear easier.
The splatters are just water sprinkled on the pages and dried with my heat tool.
Ok, that's it, hope you like it!
Don't forget to check out The Journal and upload your September "faux"project for a chance to win some Inspiration Emporium goodies!
Have a great day!
From Millan.Net


inkypinkycraft said...

really cool layers in your backgrounds!

Ava Gavloski said...

love this page(s) you give your work depth and interest as always

butterfly said...

These pages are outstanding! I love the tags embedded into the amazing inky backgrounds, and the stamping and texture is just wonderful. Big WOW from me!!
Alison x

Anonymous said...

Incredible pages, I love them.

Rea' said...

You've wowed us again !! these pages and tags are just so cool...love all the elements!

Lindart said...

Absolutely AWESOME! Thank you for taking us step by step too. I really need to get myself covered in dylusions and paint again!

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