Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The Original Documented Life Project - week 16

 I began this (art journal page of 18x25 centimeters) with a gelli print as a base, made with the webbing stencil using green and red acrylic paints. 

Then I heat embossed two flowers from the Daily buzz stencil with white embossing powder. 
To make them stand out more- contrast-  I also sponged some of the flowers in red distress ink. 

To make these pop, I added some white heat embossing with the Believe script stencil. 
With the same stencil I added sponged script in the background with green and red distress inks. 

The word 'imagine' from the Word Association stencil has been sponged with a green distress ink, and heat embossed with clear. . 

To make the red flowers even pop more, I accentuated them with a white acrylic marker... 

Imagine having no stamps, just stencils? 
No worries, still a lot of fun... 
messy fun! 

I am entering this in the challenge on
1. Simon Says Stamp - for my love of plants
2. Our Creative Corner - what makes you smile (stencils!)
3. The Artistic Stamper - Summer is on its Way!
4. the Original Documented life project, week 16


I've used the following TCW stencils: 

TCW211 Webbing 6x6

TCW528 Daily Buzz 6x6

TCW527 Word Association 6x6

TCW541 Believe Script 6x6


  1. Hi Ellie, as usual (and even without stamps haha...) your work and this new AJ page are simply GORGEOUS!! Bises!

  2. Supermooie en heel creatief/origineel!

  3. Ek hoop dit gaan goed met jou Ellie! Hierdie art journal bladsy is so mooi! Jy het 'n baie goeie werk gedoen met daai stencils. Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!

  4. Hi Ellie, a great art journal page, so many different techniques here. I love stencils too, they make me smile! I liked the scwiggly one. Thank you for joining my challenge at Our Creative Corner. Jan x

  5. Gorgeous journal page, thanks for joining us at the Artistic Stamper


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