Journal cards are a great way to add more journaling space inside a junk journal. This post includes a Tutorial Decorating a Guest Check Journal Card. Using Rubber Stamps, inks and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists I share how to decorate a guest check into a journal card.
Supplies used for Decorating a Guest Check Journal Card.
- Guest Checks – I have packs of ten in my shop.
- Brutis Monroe Detail Ink – Raven, Surface ink – Wagon and Cabbage
- Distress ink – Vintage Photo
- Ranger Ink Blending Tool
- Fantastix – blending tools
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists Precious Metal
- Stamp Happens Rose Post Card Rubber Stamp
Video Tutorial Decorating a Guest Check Journal Card.
Decorating a guest check for a journaling card is really simple and fast. Since I had the Rose Post Card stamp it made the design easy. Take a look around for a postcard stamp that you could use for your project. Even a plain postcard image and then overstamped with flowers would look wonderful.
When I learned about the Fantastix I was opened up to another way to color images with ink pads that I own. I love the soft color that comes out from using the Fantastix. These tools work great with the Brutus Monroe Surface ink and the Tim Holtz Distress ink.
Blending the edges with Tim Holtz Distress Ink really helps give the guest check a vintage feel. It is easy to add a little or a lot to get the look you want.
Once all the coloring has been done I then love using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists over the guest check. The Precious Metal color has a soft pearl color that is very romantic to me.
Decorating a Guest Check Journal Card is a lot of fun. Get a stack and see how you can decorate these for your Junk Journals.
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