Tuesday, 2 July 2013

At the seaside - Gio

Hello, 
Today it's At the Seaside on an Art Journal page with a lovely textural work from Gio who used the Frant-age mica fragments for the rocks/sand. Very clever and it looks so pretty me think. 
What do you think? Let us know in a comment below ;)








I gessoed the page using Claudine Hellmuth Studio - Gesso. I used the stencil The Crafters Workshop - Cursive alphabet twice and I sprayed some Cosmic Shimmer Mister: Teal Wash through it and I dried with the heat tool. I covered the lower part of the page with Ranger Glue and Seal and I poured some Frant-age mica fragments: Pearlised.
I stamped the seagull and the lighthouse using CI-384 - Grace Darlings lighthouse and CI-344 - Seagull Adventure on tissue paper. 
I cut them out and coloured with a little brush and the Derwent Inktense Blocks. 
I adhered them to the page. I added some journaling with a permanent black pen.



Material
CI-384 - Grace Darlings lighthouse 
CI-344 - Seagull adventure 
CI-256 - Handy sentiments 

See you tomorrow

9 comments:

  1. great idea! http://nagaonkarshilpa.blogspot.in

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  2. Love the use of frantage, looks really good. Thanks for sharing your seaside ideas :)

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  3. Gorgeous - what a wonderful art journal page!
    Sandy

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  4. Lovely page, great inspiration thank you.

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  5. Beautiful, I like the card best, especially the "fairy dust" spray.

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  6. Really beautiful, Gio!
    Alison x

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  7. Gorgeous Art Journal cover Gio, love the card too

    MaggieH

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  8. I love your use of mica fragments like that Gio !! Really beautiful work !!! Hugs, Coco

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