I named this hot pink page Art Journal Evidence because when I was looking for a bold word to jump off the page, the ‘Evidence’ stencil was handy and fit nicely.
Art Journal Evidence
I originally published this page a few years ago. It’s one of my favorites. The original page came together quickly as it was a mop-up page. By that I mean a spare page that I cleaned my tools on, when working on other projects. Because it had lots of color and marks on from other projects, this rendition came together fast.
I’ve created a Dylusions Ink Sprays cheat sheet for newsletter subscribers. It explains how I apply my colors for blended backgrounds. Click here to get your copy!
Step-out Photos for Filming
When I filmed my Inventive Ink mixed media class with Craftsy, I recreated this page in the lesson on Dylusions Ink Sprays. When you show a page on video, it’s helpful to have several “step out” photos that reveal the transformation. These are the samples I brought with me. It was great to be able to show these to the cameraman as the lesson progressed.
One of the reasons I like this page so much is how many layers it has on it. As you can see above, this one has stamps, sprays, inks, washi tape, diecuts, and even modeling paste. Don’t hesitate to overlap layers when you are creating. Overlapping makes for some nice eye candy.
Online Class + Discount
Want to see me work with Dylusions on camera? Check out my online class with Craftsy. My class is called Inventive Ink: Colorful Mixed Media Effects and it comes with lifetime access and a money-back guarantee.
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