Hi TCW Friends!
Great to be back again …. I decided this time around to use stencil TCW829 – Heartful Flower (by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer) and show off both sizes on a journal page within my Moleskine planner.
– The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own –
If you enjoy seeing a page come together quickly, you can just go ahead and watch the process video below. Captions within the video will tell you what products I have used along the way.
…here is how the page progressed…
I started with random placement of paint onto the page, along with some mark making with various sized paint brushes
I next stenciled TCW828 – Heartful flower along the bottom edge of my page and a couple of times onto the body of the page.
Taking the larger size of the same stencil, I spray some pink Ironlak spray paint through the stencil.
I then mirror the stencil onto the left hand side of the double page spread and use a very pale pink to stencil through as a contrast to the darker colour of the spray paint.
I deepen the colour on the edge of the right hand page with a little more spray paint in a magenta tone. I also use stencil TCW5002 – mini dots to add some interest into the right hand corners and the edge of the left page also
I then outline the stencil in white whilst also doodling and colouring the internal shapes of the stencil. I create some marks with pencil and crayon to tie both the left and right halves of the page together.
I finalise the page with a quote by Lydia M. Child
– Flowers have spoken to me more than I can tell in written words. They are the hieroglyphics of angels, loved by all men for the beauty of their character, though few can decipher even fragments of their meaning. –
I do hope you have enjoyed this walk through of my planner page.
Have a great day!
To follow along on my art adventures and/or view the complete supply list for this page, please visit my blog – here
One thought on “Art Journal Page – Flowers Have Spoken”
Love these pages Dani 🙂