Art Journaling between the lines (Marjie Kemper)

Today’s subject is Art Journal – Persistence. Between the Lines Series Here is the second installment in my new Blog Series, Between the Lines.  As you might know, I have a bit of a stencil stash. This series lets me highlight one at a time in a unique way. I’m pairing handwritten quotes with the…

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Art journaling with Dylusions Ink Sprays - Listen Twice as Much - Marjie Kemper

Hello! I’m back today with a tutorial using Darkroom Door’s new foot-long Numbers border stamp.  The focal point on this page is an expression that always resonates with me:  “You have two ears and one mouth. Listen twice as much.”  I aspire to follow it. Base color I started out spraying Dyan Reaveley’s Dylusions Ink…

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Mixed media panel with Distress Inks on Film Strips

Mixed Media Panel I was so pleased when Rachel at Darkroom Door asked if I’d make a few projects this month. This film strip border stamp is actually a foot long!  It’s perfect for my big art journal, but as you can see in this project, it’s also pretty neat when cut to any length…

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Using my stash in my art journal

Paint and stencils are my go-to supplies for art journaling, along with stamps.  Today I pulled out some older supplies from my stash and included them in a 2-page spread. I used Dylusions and Jet Black Archival Ink. I applied many layers of paint and stenciling and left a little bit of white showing in…

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Art Journaling Between the Lines, #1

Between the Lines series Welcome! I’m starting a new blog series today that focuses on adding handwritten journaling through stencils. A blog series is any number of posts that share a recurring theme.  For this one, I’m using the lines on stencils as journaling spaces.  Here’s the first installment: If you’ve been here more than…

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