lundi 24 février 2014

Journal on Monday: week 86

Hi lovely JoMers!
It feels good to have a JoM on Monday again, doesn't it?
Distress stain is this week's star. Not to worry if you voted for the string gel, i'm looking forward to use it next week!
Enjoy the video, and don't forget to vote for next week's video!

Coucou les doux JoMeurs!
Ca fait du bien d'avoir à nouveau un JoM un lundi, n'est-ce pas?
Les distress stain sont les stars de la semaine. Ne vous inquiétez pas si vous avez voté pour le string gel, je me réjouis de l’utiliser la semaine prochaine!
Bon visionnage, et n'oubliez pas de voter pour la vidéo de la semaine prochaine!

The video.    La vidéo.

Ingredients / Ingrédients: 
Handmade art journal (watercolor paper 200 gr)
Distress stain: Weathered wood, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Peeled Paint, Walnut Stain, Antiqued Bronze
Distress ink: Walnut stain
Pébéo Light Modeling Paste
Finnabair stencil: Harlequin 12x12
Sennelier Oil pastel: Prussian Blue, Transparant Blue, Irridescent White
Tim Holtz Idea-ologie: philosophy tags
Finnabair Mechanicals: small brads
Tacky Glue
Uni-Ball Signo
Colop Mini-dater S120

25 commentaires:

  1. fabuleuse page ! les pastels irisés !!! trop beau

  2. Loved this one!!!! I'll be watching it many times because I found it very informative. I love the water reaction with the stains. Stunning as always! Thanks for sharing.Susan

  3. Beautiful! My favourite colours. Just missing a little purple :)

  4. schitterend, toffe tutorial

  5. You are amazing! You make it look oh so easy, you see me falbbergasted!!! Thank you so much for the inspiration!
    Lieve groetjes - Irma

  6. I loved this! The colors are amazing!

  7. Gorgeous colours, and I love the techniques this week.

  8. Thank you for sharing. You are my favorite mixed media artist. I watch each of your videos and love them! Not only do you teach many techniques, but your voice is so pretty and you are so sweet, it comes right through the video. I almost feel like I am in the room with you as you create. Thank you again for sharing a bit of yourself with the world. It is a gift! :-)


  9. Beautiful spread!!! I love watching you work! Thank you for all the time you spend doing JoM!!!
    Do you have any idea what the equivalent to pharmacy cambric is for the US? Love the fine pattern you achieved using it.

  10. Beautiful page and fabulous video, I love it x

  11. Lovely, lovely - colours right up my street - this looks delicious. Going to watch the video tomorrow when I'm more awake! And looking forward to the string gel next week...
    Alison x

  12. Fabulous video as usual France, loving the colours and thank you for showing how to use the cambric.
    Looking forward to string gel as never seen this before :-) x

  13. REally enjoyed the video this week!

  14. What did you use on the right page on the outside edge? You said you could get it at a drug store.
    Am I correct? I enjoy your videos very much. thank you

  15. This is a wonderful page, thanks for the tutorial

  16. J'aime beaucoup; très belles pages!

  17. Tellement, tellement beau et bien fait. Bien décrit aussi. Merci France!

    Lucie (du Québec)

  18. Fantastic page! The layers of paper & the gessoed background look great & I love the addition of the fabric.

  19. What à lovely page did you make. I loved this weeks video

  20. Very pretty shades, and simple shapes. I love the harlequin stencil.

  21. Its all those simple little layers and touches that always end up being something wonderful more fabulous pages.
    Sandy :)

  22. Since I was on "Grandma Duty" last week, I was unable to watch this, but did just enjoy it today, a week later! Love the browns and blues, France, my favorite color combination...still! Elegant simplicity here!

  23. Such a gorgeous colour scheme, simply an amazing page.
    Just love it, Angela x


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