January 6th Creative Prompt Paint Junk Mail. In today’s prompt I’ll show you how to paint over a piece of junk mail to use as a background for your journal page. I’ll be using, Stencils, stamps and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists that work perfectly over acrylic paint.
January 6th Creative Prompt Paint Junk Mail Tutorial Video
Supplies used for the January 6th Creative Prompt Paint Junk Mail
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist
- Stencil – Feeding Frenzy
- Stencil – Spinning Flowers
- Radiant Red Digital Journal Kit
- Banner Duo Rubber Stamp
- Sharpie No Bleed Pen
- Oval Brushes
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Archival Black Permanent Ink Stamp Pad
- Tim Holtz Distress Ink Walnut Stain
- Firebrick Red Tim Holtz Distress Ink
- Ranger Heat It Craft Tool
- Junk Mail
- Acrylic Paint
For January 6th Prompt you are to paint on junk mail, and it as the background for your page, then Write about a goal you want to achieve this year.
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Linda shows how she uses acrylic paints, stamps, and stencils, with tattered angels glimmer mists to create her journal page.
Taking a piece of junk mail, Linda applied white acrylic paint. she used the spinning flower and Feeding Frenzy stencils with tattered angels. Taking Archival Black Ink, she stamped a Banner Duo rubber stamp, and adhered an image from the Radiant Red Digital Kit.
Finally, Linda taking her sharpie no bleed pen, she wrote about what she wants to accomplish this year.
What goal do you want to achieve this year?
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Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today to see the January 6th Prompt Use junk mail and then write about a goal you want to achieve this year.