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Friday 25 September 2020

Ghosts in the Mist

  


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This week I decided to make a journal page

Step One

Apply acrylic paint to my journal double spread (grey, Speckled Egg Distress paint, white).
I added the dark colour first and moved through to lighter then lightest, using baby wipes to add the colour.



Step Two

I embossed some shapes using Versafine and white embossing powder. These were Stampin Up snowflake stamps.

Step Three

I added the trees embossing them with Speckled Egg Distress Ink and Weathered Wood embossing glaze.



Step Four.

I printed the images, coloured them with Copics and black pen and cut them out.
I then arranged them on the background.


Step Five.

Add some black pen doodling around the edges.



Happy Crafting!!


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1 comment:

  1. Great pages, love those ghosties! The snowflakes stamps and trees work very well creating a scene.

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