Thursday, July 14, 2016

Art/Devotion Journaling with TPD Stamps

I've got another fun project for you that features the newest release from Two Paper Divas Stamps.   This project is a page that I created from my devotion journal, using the Journal It! 1 stamp set as well as those pretty flowers from the Sunshine and Smiles stamp set.

I began by using a measured piece of designer scrapbook paper and applying some white gesso, to make a nice surface for my stamped images.  All of my coloring is with Tombow Dual Brush markers.

I also added a little hand lettered word, "Mercy" to tie into my devotion theme. 

The sparkly flowers were hard to capture so here's a blurred photo that I took to show some of the Stickles glitter glue that I added to my flowers.

Finally, here's my scrap paper that I ran through my Xyron Creative Station for edge to edge coverage on my page.  With the leftover sticker backing, I laid a strip of washi tape and cut it in half, to use as a nice edging for the bottom of my page.  I save all my sticker paper backings and you should to.  They come in handy for so many things.

Purchase Journal It!1 here.

Visit the Two Paper Divas Blog for daily project inspiration and on Wednesdays for the Design Team Roundup.  Check out the new July release right here:

Additional supplies: Dina Wakley white gesso,  DCWV Vintage Essentials Tissue Paper Stack, Tombow Dual Brush Markers, Ranger black archival ink, Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue, Queen & Co washi tape, Hobby Lobby washi tape, Westcott fine tip titanium scissors, Xyron Creative Station

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