mardi 17 décembre 2013

Journal on Monday: week 79

Hi sweet friends!
I had great fun playing with my home made stencils, our poll winner from the past week. 
Some of your suggestions in last week's video comment are up on the new poll. Don't forget to vote which one you'd like to see featured in next week's JoM video! It's at the top of the right blog roll.
Enjoy today's JoM video :)))

Coucou les zamis!
Je me suis bien amusée avec mes masques fait maison, notre gagnant de l'enquête de la semaine passée.
Certaines de vos suggestions laissé en commentaire sur la vidéo de la semaine passée sont maintenant les sujets de la nouvelle enquête. N'oubliez pas de voter! C'est en haut à droite.
Bon visionnage de la vidéo JoM de la semaine :)))

The video.     La vidéo.

If you'd like to see a technique or a product featured in an upcoming poll, just leave me a comment mentioning it. Simple as that. Happy week everyone!

Si vous aimeriez voir une technique ou un produit figurer dans une enquête à venir, laissez-moi un commentaire en le mentionnant. C'est aussi simple que ça. Bonne semaine à tous!

Ingredients / Ingrédients:
Finnabair Mixed Media art journal
Montval watercolor paper
3M ReMount
Ecoline: 717, 718, 706
Colorex: Sepia, Tobacco
Adirondack ink: Mushroom
Versafine ink: Smokey gray
Derwent Charcoal pencil
Pébéo Modeling paste
Pébéo Studio acrylic: gesso
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish: Taupe, Mudsplat, Concrete
Gédéo Plaster strips
Gelato: Squid
Golden Fluid acrylic: Vat Orange
Golden Acrylic: Neutral Grey
Sennelier acrylic: Cadmium Red Purple, Van Dyck Brown
7Dots Studio: Mad Tea Party
Artemio 3" tab punch
Kraft Bazzil
Tim Holtz idea-ology: Chitchat stickers
Tim Holtz alterations: Steampunk
Finnabair Prima stamp: Book
Glue Dots
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze: icicle
Home rusted paperclip

17 commentaires:

  1. Thanks for sharing your video. Loved it again.

  2. I would really like to see you use a wide variety of color in any upcoming art journal page. Your work is amazing and so very detailed. I enjoy, so much, the videos you share with us.

  3. I love this spread! All of the techniques and the use of homemade stencils...brilliant!!

  4. O my goodness! I think this is one of my favorites. I cringed to see it cut in half. It really looked like a lot of work. Your thought process is amazing how you pull it all together, the composition, colors everything. Absolutely loved it. The heart layering looked beautiful. Happy holidays. Susan

  5. Great how you use the paper that you used for resting your rusting metal. Wonderful spread yet again!
    Corrie x

  6. This is just fantastic, France! Love making my own stencils (the price is right!), but have learned to tear them, rather than cutting, here. A lot of time and effort, but a beautiful result. Love your signature sewing!

  7. Merci d'avoir répondu à ma question sur la musique.

    Très belle page.

  8. The page looks amazing (haven't checked the video yet). And thanks for using homemade stencils, my voted option ;-)
    Cheers, Vron

  9. Terrific page! Love your colours (much more distinctive than so many other pages currently being pushed round the art journal circuit!). And your DIY stencils are inspired.

  10. I have tried to use modeling paste but have no patience with waiting for it to dry. I love all the layers you've created with it here. Maybe I should give it another try...

    Great idea to make homemade stencils too. I always save my clear packaging for 'something'. Now I know what to do with it!

  11. Absolutely stunning and inspiring – definitely going to experiment with this technique!

  12. I always enjoy your videos and watch every one, even if I don't usually comment. Thanks for making them!! :)

  13. Another stunning page, it's really gorgeous. And thank you for the excellent video.

  14. I've noticed that you do a two page spread as one and then cut it. Do you ever do a two page spread in the book itself? So the center area spreads to both pages? Fabulous stuff, France!


Merci pour vos petits mots qui sont pour moi de vrais encouragements! :)
Thanks for your kind words, they're a real encouragement to me! :)