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Wednesday 9 September 2020

Ladies Night #3

When I popped over to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity

 I was delighted to find out that I was an August Winner!

This was with these art journal pages one of which uses one of 
Lost Coast Designs Mayan Heiroglyph stamps
I will enjoy looking to choose my prize!

But now I have another make for



I have made another journal page today - it's that 'red' page on my desk.




I started with a piece of paper from my stash torn roughly to size, with black soot distress ink around the edges. On top of this is a piece of paper (actually a piece of brown bag that my order from Office Works came in) to which I had applied gesso with a stencil placed in it to give it some texture. After it had dried I daubed it with various colours of paint. This also had black soot Distress Ink around the edges.


Next I used a small Tim Holtz stencil and forest moss Distress Ink to add some interest.


Then I stamped the AALL & CREATE stamp #164 along the left edge and one of the Dyan Reaveley Black Sheep stamps on the right with Archival.
I also stamped these on red paper so that I could cut out sections
 and stick over to highlight them.





I will link this to 


Happy Crafting!




4 comments:

  1. Congrats on your win Susan. I was so pleased when Mr Random liked your corrugated pages cos I thought they were fab as well. Your new page is really fun and quirky. Thanks for joining the fun at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity. Hugz

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  2. Congratulations on winning the LCD Challenge!! And this current entry is great - love the background you have created for this and how you have two halves that work together perfectly. Great stamps too! Thanks for joining another LCD Challenge!

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  3. Well done on your deserved win, love the blues on your corrugated card. Your journal page has a great quirkiness to it.

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  4. Congratulations, and what a lovely art journal page for the ladys night challenge.

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