January 31st Creative Prompt Create A Purple Journal Page. Purple is a fun color, there are so many shades that can be used. In today’s tutorial I’ll show how to paint a page, add a pattern using a stencil and embellish with scraps and a stamp.
January 31st Creative Prompt Create A Purple Journal Page Video Tutorial
Supplies used for the January 31st Creative Prompt Create A Purple Journal Page
- Spinning Flowers Stencil
- Christmas Peacock Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist
- Winged Heart Rubber Stamp
- White words on Black
- Ken Oliver Mixed Media Mat
- Tim Holtz Distress Ink Walnut Stain
- Archival Ink, Jet Black
- Ranger Ink Blending tool
- Sharpie No Bleed Pen
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Ranger Heat It Craft Tool
- Old Gift Card
- Acrylic Paints
- Book page
- Gel Print Scrap
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January 31st prompt is to create a purple journal page. Write about 3 things that were hard for you to do this month.
Showing you a quick way to add color and texture using acrylic paints on a page, add a pattern using a stencil and embellish with scraps and a stamp..
Taking a book page, Linda applied one layer of paint, she used the heat tool to dry and then added another layer of paint to cover the words. To add texture to her journal page she applied Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist to the Spinning Flowers Stencil. Applying several layers of paints and allowing each layer to dry will obscure or cover the words on your book page. Using a heat tool in between the layers helps it dry faster!
Writing with the Sharpie no bleed pen, Linda shares the three things that were hard to do this month for her. Even though things were difficult, she was able to complete them.
What color purple did you use for your journal page today?