Sunday, 6 July 2014

Paperartsy Inspiration - Journal

Hi ya, as you know this morning I posted the bag I did using Fresco paints, and I had took a picture of the journal page that I had tested the background on?  Well over at Paperartsy Inspiration Blog,  Ellen Vargo did an awesome journal page, well because I had already got a background that I had used my brayer on (full post of fabric bag with exactly same colours and some of the stencils is HERE) I thought I would join in.  I love Ellen's stamps and I hope she will make plenty more with Paperartsy :-)

 This is the background I started with, all products
are at the bottom of the page, apart from the journal pens and the ink pad
all of it is Paperartsy :-)

It's all done apart from a title, I need to go and have a think, I want
a Lin Brown saying, but I need to work it over two pages, so 
I have left it for the moment.

Some close ups :-)







Bugger, just noticed I went over the Fresco, in the dictionary it
had the word fresco and I got carried away and added the stamp and lines
over it lol.

Right I better go before the linky finishes.  I really have enjoyed yesterday with the bag, and then taking elements from Ellen's journal but adding the twist of the same flowers from the bag that I also enjoyed doing.  Of course it's because of my favourite paint, you really neeeeeeeed to try Fresco paints they are lush.
Happy Crafting :-)
Hugs Kezzy xxxxx

Recipe
Paperartsy Fresco paints - snowflake, pansy, guacamole, bora bora, eggplant, mermaid
Paperartsy Stencils - PS007, PS003, PS004, PS001
Paperartsy Stamps - EEV01, EEV02, EEV05 and the script from HP1304
Archival jet black ink pad.
Montana black and white paint pens

5 comments:

Sarah B said...

lovely use of colour and great stencilling xx

Helen said...

This is simply gorgeous! I love the colours of your background, and the stencils are superb.

rachel said...

brilliant stencilling Kerry and fabulous pages x

Lucy Edmondson said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Lucy x

butterfly said...

Gorgeous layers and the colours work so well.
Alison xx