Hello crafty friends!
Today I would like to show you another art journal page using glorious Dusty chippies and flowers. I am in love with my art journal lately and Dusty pieces always help my inspiration to flourish. This is an 17cm x 23cm page from my watercolor journal inspired by our October moodboard. Beautiful photo by Mel Plum of Au Contraire photography.
The Lacey trims were painted with Finnabair steampunk copper acrylic paint and then misted with two shades of Lindy's mists, Bucket o Blood Red and Red Hot Poker Orange from my beloved Autumn leaves Spay set. Because of the acrylic underneath, the mists didn't cover completely the chipboard, resulting in a beautiful stained, marbled look I ended up loving!
I used Dusty Attic modeling paste to give texture to my background. I made random splatters with Burnished Brass mist. I applied a thick layer of acrylic paint on my chains and then heat dryed it closely to make the paint bubble for extra texture. I also glued several Dusty blings.
The Dusty Attic blooms were colored with mist made from Finnabair micas and Lindy's Burnished Brass mist - what can I say? I am a like girl who loves shine!
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With my art journal page I would like to participate in the Lindy's Stamp Gang September challenge. All Lindy's products used are linked on my description.
I hope I inspired you with my art project! Until next time,