Tuesday, September 10, 2019

AALL&Create - Create It Grunge

Hi folks, it's Tuesday and I'm sharing this week's Guest Designer project for AALL&Create. I created a page in my Dina Wakley Art Journal using Cotton Watercolor paper inspired by the beautiful  Create It Grunge #150 stamp set designed by Tracy Evans and Stencil #39 Lotza Dotz and 52# Quadrilaterals designed by Autor DeMwa and Olga Heldwein.


To create the grungy background, I masked off the edges of the Cotton Watercolor paper to leave a white border and sprayed Tim Holtz Rusty Hinge and Salty Ocean Distress Oxide sprays from the latest release through my favourite Stencil #39 Lotza Dotz.
I sprayed the back of Stencil #52 Quadrilaters liberally with Black Soot Distress Oxide Spray, wiped the solid edges of the stencil with kitchen roll and created a monoprint effect randomly on the background, respraying the stencil as necessary.
I inked the image from Create It Grunge with Versafine Onyx Black and stamped on the panel, reinked the "5" and stamped randomly on the background.
 I doodled around the border using a Letraset Black pen
fixed the panel into the Art Journal using staples and added Tim Holtz Idea-ology Chatter Design Tape




Hugs Kath xxx

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5 comments:

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Gorgeous Kath. All those layers really draw you into the design. Loving the layers and mix of colours ❤️❤️❤️

Janette said...

Looks amazing Kath and I so love the colours they are gorgeous, it is a beautiful piece.
Have a lovely day.x








Craftychris said...

Fab colours and love all the layers! xxx

Nancy said...

Absolutely stunning!

Redanne said...

Such a beautiful journal page Kath, I didn't realise you had used staples along with the doodling - they look fabulous! Hugs, Anne xx