Tuesday 20 April 2021


 Hello everyone,

Welcome to my blog where today I am sharing a journal page that I made for AALL & Create. This time there is also a VIDEO for those of you who want to see how I made this. There is a little bit of footage missing unfortunately but it is not much and you still get the gist of how it came together. 

here's how : (link to video below)

I started with stamping the crown and masking the bottom, then stamping the bear so he ended up with the crown on his head. I then masked off his hands and stamped the heart. 

I coloured him with watercolours this time. Love these, they are professional Winsor and Newton watercolours and they are pretty amazing. 

Next, I forgot to take a picture... lol. But this bit is in the video. I started with a brayer and lemon yellow paint covering the whole piece of paper (6" x 6"). I then used a gelli plate and the brayer again and put some orange paint down in three places on the gelli plate. I then laid the stencil on it and rolled over again, adding the pattern of the stencil to the gelli plate. I then puled a print. Next I randomly stamped the background. 

I then added some washi tape.

I used this set to make the word bear. I used my stamping platform stamping in yellow first and then adding the orange-y colour to the bottom of the letters creating an ombre effect.

Adding another strip of washi tape to put the bear on. 
Next I used texture paste and this stencil to add some more interest to the background. 

I cut out the letters and put them down to spell bear. That finished the page. 

Click HERE for the video or on the link below :

I used the following materials:

#39 - Lotza Dotz by Autour de Mwa
#127 - Bloomed roses by Bipasha Bk

#400 - Numerator by Tracy Evans
#412 - Head Starts by Janet Klein
#453 - Heart Grunge by Tracy Evans
#456 - Snippet alphabet by Tracy Evans
#466 - Quirky Friends by Tracy Evans

Washi tape:
#13 - Fasteners by Bipasha Bk 

Stamping block:

Thank you for stopping by today !!

1 comment:

  1. What a fun page, Corrie, and that orangey-brown against the yellow really pops!