When I heard that we were going to be doing a blog hop with Tim Holtz I was very very excited! Ranger products were some of the very first ones that I ever bought in my mixed media journey and they have remained a staple every since then!
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When we got the choices of products I knew straight away I wanted to try out the new Distress Oxide Inks in my art journal. I have to say I normally have no problems working my stencilgirl products along with new supplies but I was a little stumped with the inks. How could I get them to work with my stencils?
Having a play
I was playing in my sketchbook with a few ideas and then I had a thought about using them with Gesso. Would the Gesso change the color? How would it react if I used Gesso as my "paint" with a stencil?
The end result
I discovered a really cool technique using the Gesso which I am excited to share with you today. The technique worked especially well with the Klimt Forest stencil I picked for my art journal page. I hope you enjoy the video tutorial!
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October 18: Adirondack Alcohol Inks
Mary Beth Shaw
October 19: Distress Oxide Ink Pads
October 20: Distress Crayons
You can sign up right now for my free online class, Play with Black!
Black is often a color which is overlooked when working with our mixed media projects. With so many other amazing colors available, it's easy to do.
Join me as we delve into the dark side of mixed media! Working with only a few supplies, let’s explore a variety of ways black and its values can be used to create a gorgeous, layered art journal page.