I love the way my journal pages turned out but keeping it inside a journal just didn’t feel right.
Today, I’m going to show you how I took this double page and turned it into a home decor item.
Here is a list of supplies I used and the links to where you can find them.
Wooden Palette: Michael Craft Store
To seal the wood so the paint wouldn’t soak into it I added a layer of clear gesso.
I used the Misters to add color to the wooden palette.
Next the scary step, adding black paint.
When it dried, I added the Chickadee Post stencil with white paint.
I then added the Poppy Garden stencil to the palette with crackle paint and let it dry overnight.
The next day, I added venetian gold paint on everything.
I then used media fluid acrylics and the Misters to paint the Poppy Garden.
Here is the finished palette.
So what do you think, was I successful?
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16 thoughts on “Art Journal Page to Wall Decor with Karenliz”
Gorgeous. I think the wood panel is even better. It is so bright and the contrast of color from the black just pops. I would love it hanging in my house!
Thank you so much Janine. I’m so glad you liked it.
Wow..Its Awesome…loved the journal page specially the poppies with crackled texture and the wood panel is Piece of Art !
Piece of Art! Thank you so much Pooja.
This is spectacular!
Thank you Jean.
Wow wow wow. I love that so much. I loved it at the black and white stage too and both with and without the popies. Such gorgeous art for hanging thanks for sharing ❤️❤️❤️
Thank you Sherry. I’m so glad you liked it. I really liked the journal page without the poppies too. Sometimes to hard to cover up something that you like.
This is gorgeous! I love everything about it! What a wonderful piece of art for your wall!
Thank you Patty! I loved making it.
Thank you Vicki.
That’s gorgeous, Karenliz! Thanks for sharing all of the steps you went through to recreate your lovely journal pages onto wood! What fun, what fun!
Thank you Briana! I’m so you liked it.
Love this idea- your project is fantastic!
Thank you so much Karen.