Inspiration Notebook

Hi everyone,

I made this notebook a few weeks ago to take with me to the Technique Overload class with Tim Holtz so that I would have something to write notes in, and write notes I did!  I had loads of fun making this and am really loving using mists, stencils with paint, and texture stamps at the moment.  I also really love that cute camera stamp from the Dear Lizzie Collection by American Crafts.  The basic method I used was to spray the mists on the covers, let that dry and then used stamps, paints, stencils to create layers and visual interest.  I also used my picket fence distress marker with a crafter’s workshop stencil to create the pale white heart.  I then added some handwritten words and outlined my title using a white gel pen.  I changed the colour of the FabRip by colouring it with my copic markers and then wiped some liquid pearls over it just to tone it down a little and add some shimmer.  Hope you try out some of these types of products for yourself as they are really fun.

Thanks for stopping by.

Kristy

Supplies: Studio Calico Mister Huey’s mists – Calico Shine and Inky Black, Studio Calico Journal Kit, Studio Calico FabRip, Kaisercraft Stamps – Chicken wire, Letter Background, Hero Arts Stamps – Find Joy Clear Set, Copic Multiliner 0.5 – Black, White Gel Pen, Picket Fence Distress Marker, American Crafts Dear Lizzie Collection Stamp set, Black Archival Ink, BG 10 and BG15  Copic Markers (to colour the FabRip) White opal liquid pearls, Crafter’s Workshop Stencil – Mini Chickenwire reversed, Balzer Designs – Mini mix and match hearts, Dylusions Stencil – Dotted Flowers 9×12, Adirondack Paint Dabbers – Snow cap, Pool, Jenni Bowlin Paint Dabber – Speckled Egg.

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