Tropical Paradise – Art Journal

Hello crafty friends,

So happy to be with you for my first post on TCW Blog. Today, it is an Art Journal page.

I love to create with the seasons, so you will see different summer creations in the coming months.

Now, come with me to my tropical paradise!



***The crafter’s workshop provided me some products to create this project.The opinions I share are solely my own.***


How to do:

First, I applied some TCW9023 Blue Jellybean and TCW9017 Lemon Custard Heavy Body Acrylic Paints on my Art Journal background.

Then, I continued with TCW9024 Kale Smoothie and TCW9021 Blueberry Pie Heavy Body Acrylic paints.

When it was dry, I applied more Kale Smoothie and Blue Jellybean paints with TCW807 Script Dots stencil.

And to give a little brightness, I added a touch of TCW9007 Clear Gesso.

I stuck my vintage image that I found on Pinterest, with some TCW9011 Matte Gel Medium clear.

I put the so beautiful TCW809 Ocean Window stencil around my image  and applied the nice TCW9030 White Pearl Modeling Paste texture.

And to finish, I stuck the fish images and starfish stamp with the gel medium and I added some sea stamps and my title.




Thanks for stopping by today, I hope this project inspired you. See you soon for another summer creation.

We would love to see what you create with the Crafters Workshop stencils and mediums.You can share it with us on our Facebook Page, Instagram and Pinterest using hashtag #tcwstencillove


Marie-Christine Denis

Design Team Member


TCW products I used

TCW807 Script Dots Stencil Large ( 12″ x 12″ )

TCW809 Ocean Window Stencil Large ( 12″x 12″ )

TCW9030White Pearl Modeling Paste

TCW9007Clear Gesso Matte Translucent

TCW9011Gel Medium Clear

TCW9023Blue Jellybean Heavy Body Acrylic Paint

TCW9017Lemon Custard Heavy Body Acrylic Paint

TCW9024Kale Smoothie Heavy Body Acrylic Paint

TCW9021Blueberry Pie Heavy Body Acrylic Paint






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