Daisy Art Journal Page

Hello! Sometimes I like to sit down with no creative plan in mind and just create. Art journals work great for me to do this, I gather up some stencils and different mixed mediums and get to playing. I never know what the finished project will be until I am done. This time I ended up creating a daisy art journal page.

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For my art journal, I use an old planner and just glue some of the pages together to make them thicker. Then I painted them with some TCW9001 White Gesso. Once the Gesso was dry and randomly prayed some color spray onto the background.
Next, I used the TCW929 Felicia Daisy Stencil and some TCW Stencil Butter – Gamboge for the petals of the flowers and TCW Stencil Butter – Marigold for the center of the flowers.

Then I used the TCW933 Joyous Butterfly Stencil with some TCW Stencil Butter – Turquoise.

To create the bricks, I used the TCW2304 Bricks Vertical Slimline Stencil with some TCW9039 Copper Penny Modeling Paste.

Then to finish my page off, I randomly stamped a brick stamp with a dark grey ink and added some rub-ons and sticker quotes.

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Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my project!
Nadine Carlier – The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member

6 thoughts on “Daisy Art Journal Page

  1. Love this page!!! Love that you’ve included so much content —but yet everything has its own focus! Too often I’ve seen pages that become muddy—losing the individuality and purpose of each element! So much to see in this page, and so much to appreciate, such beautuful color, such lovely texture—yep you’ve knocked this one out if the park!❤️

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