Mittwoch, 29. April 2020

Just a tag.

Just another tag in this weird time of life.
I used stamps from Stampotique and cutting dies from Deco Time.


Samstag, 25. April 2020

Art Journal Strength

Mixed Up Creative Academy changed name to Artful Academy Here is my take on the theme Strength with the tutor Niamh Baly. Loved the part with the stencils!


Samstag, 18. April 2020

A tag with WOW embossing powder

My attempt to follow Jo Herbert  at Mixed Up Creative academy, using WOW embossing powder  and structure paste on a tag.


Art Journal Page - Home

My take , following the course at Mixed Up creative Academy , where Jennifer Gallagher is tutor with this theme.

Nice to try different medias and just FOLLOW without thinking.


Sonntag, 12. April 2020

Junk Journal staying@home

 Front page = collected "old" paper .
Funny photo, envelope, sheet of music paper, paper bags,
floral paper from my beloved Flow magazine,
collected elements from the past few years,
tags and cut outs...

I got the inspiration from the group of creative people at Mixed Up Creative Academy .
So I started going through my old stuff, my collection of papers, documents, photos, old tags, and, and, and...
So here I am, waiting for the rain to come so I can start decorating some more pages...

Take care, out there!


Donnerstag, 9. April 2020

Stampotique 345 " Quote"

At Stampotique the theme is favorite quote. My entry does not show my  "favorite" quote, but I think it fits quit well into this weird time of virus and chaotic scenarios.

I used acrylics for the background and posca pens for details. Stamps used;

- Elaina
- Mervynboy
- Two sticks

I wish you all the very best.

Stay healthy and keep distance…


Mittwoch, 1. April 2020

February challenge prompt for Mixed Up creative Academy

Another page in my art journal.

This time the prompt at Mixed Up creative Academy is about music.
Since December the song "Memories" by Maroon 5 seems to follow me  - I just can`t get it out of my head. So, of course, I had to use the lyrics for my page.

The tutor Jennifer Gallagher taught us how to create a kind of galaxy with sprays, inks and splatter.