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Trick or Treat Journal Page

With our theme of October Treats this month I couldn't resist some fun and messy play in my journal.




I cropped and enlarged two Halloween Children from the Collage Sheet on my computer and also thought I would use the harlequin patterns from the ATC Coin Background, I also grabbed out some paint and my Gel Plate.


I added some paint to the Gel Plate and pressed this onto each page of my double spread in my large Dylusions Journal.  I then took out my Harlequin Stencil and with some black ink added some detail to the pages.




Next I cut out bits from the ATC Coin Background and added this around the edges of my pages, before taking more paint and my brayer and covering over my background design.

I then worked out the positioning of my three main focal images and added some black paint across the page in the area I planned to add my images.



I then proceeded to add in more detail and definition - including the words Trick or Treat.  I added some stamping and a touch of purple around the edges and my words finishing with some paint like splatters in white.



Danie xx

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