Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Art Journaling using Viva Las VegaStamps!

I'm here with a fun tutorial on creating beautiful faces in your art Journals using Stamps!
 Who says you have to be able to draw to art journal?


 Have a peak at the first video for a quick and easy tutorial on how I created the beautiful face below. 
With rubber stamps you can create a completely cohesive piece without knowing how to draw!

(Part 1 The making of the face)


You can watch part 2 HERE 
If you're still playing along HERE's part 3
Finishing touches HERE for part 4

Supplies list in cast you want to play along: 

Rubber Stamps:

Large Arrow Heart 2 x 1 3/4Chicken Wire 3 3/4 x 4 1/2The Usual Suspects 3/4 x 3Flying Eye Insect 2 3/4 x 2 1/4Harlequin Diamond Background 4 1/2 x 5 3/4, Number Strip 1 1/4 x 3 1/4Plate 1428Plate 1430, (in the example below I also used: Large Lightbulb 2 x 3)

Acyrlic paint in various colors (I used: pink,yellow, medium skin, green, aqua, white)
Paint brushes (various sizes)
Paper/Art journal for you to work on (I used vintage sheet music)
Scissors (because you never know)
Black permanent marker (Micron or Zig Vellum writer are my preferred markers)
Washi Tape
Gel Medium or Mod Podge (or your preferred adhesive)
You could also use scrapbook paper and word cut outs



I hope this inspires you! 
Please share what you create I'd love to see your art too!!


4 comments:

  1. love it.. but I have to say I love the big crown idea. Thanks for sharing.
    Fancy said she loved it too.

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  2. I've managed to get the first video to play but am struggling now with the next. It's my system, not your video. Always difficult for me to get videos to play. I am quite fascinated with this technique! I just love how your pages turned out!

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    1. Thank you Annie! I'm loving your new pieces of art too! Also i think I FINALLY fixed the "no-reply" blogger thing!! :D (at least i hope it worked this time!)

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  3. Wow! I have seriously enjoyed reading your blog whilst doing the blog hop. This is fabulous! I will keep coming back to your video - thank you for the inspiration and the hop Karen x

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