mixed media monthly challenge #40 – vintage

hello everyone!

can you believe it is September 1st!!! holy moly that was a fast summer wasn’t it… let’s hope for some beautiful temperatures to take us into the fall season!

today i am here to share with my creation for this months Mixed Media Monthly challenge #40 – vintage

Please note though I  have received some of the products from Sizzix, The Crafter’s Workshop and Impression Obsession that I have used on this project, my opinions of the products are solely my own.

so before i go into the details of how i created this vintage art journal page i want to share a couple of things with you….. first off take a look at who our sponsor is this month!!!

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okay now that those details are over let’s get into how i created my page

i first started by layering some  texture paste through the stencil and let it dry.

i then rubbed some  distress ink directly onto the paste and then blending it with the blending tool. i repeated this throughout the whole page

then removing the cover of the ink spray i flicked some from the end of the straw thingmajig!

i added some more water and watched the magic begin. loving the effect on this texture paste !!!

once my page was completely dry i added some modeling paste through the butterfly collage stencil

so while my paste was drying i cut some butterflies out of a vintage book

and applied some  distress ink to them. i wasn’t sure yet which one i was going to use so did a few and figure i would add the extras to my diecut folders

i then decided to use this beauty of a quote direct to my page and how did i do that and get such a nice crisp image you ask??

why by using the stamp platform of course !! i love that i can put my art journal pages right in there and stamp!!!!

i then sewed around the outside of my page, added a few bits of torn vintage paper and for the final step i added some crackle glaze to bits of the page for the aged effect

and once again here you have it… my finished vintage art journal page for the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #40!!!

don’t forget to play along with us and add your project HERE!! we love seeing what you create and we also love hearing what you think of our projects!

diana

Supplies used:

Sizzix – Bird & Butterflies thinlit by Eileen Hull (https://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661901/sizzix-thinlits-die-set-6pk-birds-butterflies)
The Crafter’s Workshop – TCW554 (http://store NULL.thecraftersworkshop NULL.com/?s=tcw554&post_type=product) & TCW554 (http://store NULL.thecraftersworkshop NULL.com/?s=tcw746&post_type=product)
Impression Obsession – Delight in the Beauty (http://www NULL.iostamps NULL.com/YB/J17083 NULL.html)
DecoArt – Crackle Glaze (http://decoart NULL.com/mixedmedia/crackle-glaze)
Ranger Ink – Vintage Photo Distress Ink and Dylusions Black Marble Spray

 

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9 thoughts on “mixed media monthly challenge #40 – vintage”

  1. Wow, your vintage art journal page is stunning and I enjoyed seeing how you created it too, thank you! I love all the texture you created, the sewing around the outside edge and how you used the crackle glaze to give an aged effect – perfect 😁. Wishing you a great start to the week and Happy September! J 😊

  2. Wow, Diana, your vintage page looks amazing and like it’s been around for ages (a good thing!) Your colors and texture are beautiful! Thank you for taking us through all your steps–an inspiring post!

  3. What a great page Diana! Wonderful layers and textures on this! Julia xx

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