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Art Deco Journal Page

I was so excited to hear that Altered Pages and Lost Coast Designs are partnering this month.  They have fabulous stamps!!!



This is my finished journal page using the fabulous Lost Coast Designs stamp 'Art Deco Face'.  I could not be happier with the results of my page!
 

Products used:
Recycled white tissue paper 
Coloured  inks or  markers
White pen (from my stash ) 
Scraps of recycled wallpaper and paper
Begin by stamping the gorgeous image of the 'Art Deco Face' on to white tissue paper, it stamped perfectly first time.  You can see the fine detail of the image on the tissue.  Let the ink dry on the tissue before adhering to the page.


Then colour the background on the journal page using inks and pens.  This could also be done with paint. 


Next add interest, texture, dimension to the page. Use scraps of recycled wallpaper and paper. The papers were distressed then attached with tacky glue.

Write some text  on the rest of the page with a white pen, this will  show under the tissue image. 



Now place the Lost Coast Designs stamped image on the page, add glue stick to the surface of the page and NOT to the image as it was too delicate.  Smooth the tissue image gently and leave to dry.

While the page is drying paint gear die cuts with copper and dark brown for a rusty effect. Then attach with tacky glue and let dry.

A fab and fun project thanks to
Altered Pages and Lost Coast Designs. 

 




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