Day 13!!! So, my little man and my niece left this morning to head back home. I’m sure going to miss that little guy! It didn’t take long for him to steal my heart.
I have another page in my little recipe booklet art journal to share. This one was a fun technique that I learned in one of Limor Webber Mixed Media Creative Club video tutorials a few months ago and I’ve gone back to it a few times since that time. I won’t go into allot of detail as it was a paid class. I do love the layers on this piece and the couple of Izink colors I have really pop on this page. That Yellow is to die for.
There it is…..short and sweet. No journaling on it, I’m hoping to be able to find time to blog this weekend…..that is the plan! I’m sure with three of my grandbabies up there I should have no shortage of things to blog about.
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I AM DONE!!!!! I finished up the last of the cards for my deck of 52 playing card ATC swap I’m in. They don’t have to be done until November 30th, but they were burning a hole in my brain as I looked at the last of the stack and decided to just dig in and finish them and get them off my desk. I’m so looking forward to the swap and can’t wait to get my completed deck of everyone else’s art returned. Such fun! I’m not going to go into details of how each card was completed….far too many words to type and wayyyy too long of a post….lol. For these ones I used a few different mediums for the backgrounds like, Gelato’s, Lindy’s Stamp Gang sprays and acrylic inks. I finished the tops of the cards with everything from book paper, stickers, Signo White Gel pen, my Faber Castell PITT artist pen big brush in black and white, more Gelato’s, stamps, images cut from Designer paper, some new Izinks I received in a “Pay It Forward” swap from Debbie D (LOVE them by the way 😉 ), irRESSISTible textured sprays in black and white and some Liquitex Acrylic fluid ink in Carbon Black. There was probably more supplies, but don’t remember right now. All of the supplies I purchased or are available at Limor Webber’s store which you can link to here.
Here’s a picture of all the cards spread out:
And here’s some close ups of them:
There you have them!!! Had fun making them but can honestly say I don’t think I was to look at another deck of cards again for a while…..lol.
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