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Another art journal page with dolls. I coloured this doll years ago with copic markers. She is a digital image from Penny Blossom. For this art journal page I took it from my collection of coloured images, because dreamy look:) What did I used on this page? Dr. Martin India inks, white gel pen, designer paper, .... , rubber stamp and a multi liner (black).
I coloured the base on watercolour card stock. In the past I cut two seahorses out on this watercolour card stock using the Create a critter cartridge for a project. The first one wasn't a success, because it cut into the card stock, but it did not cut through. So there is a kind of cut or embossing on the watercolour card stock. I used it as a shadow seahorse on this page and drew an eye, dots and stripes on it. For the seahorse that was cut out I used designer paper to back it up, drew an eye and dots to outline it. This way I used this piece of watercolour card stock with cut outs in a very good way.
A very nice imaginary page, isn't it? I love it!
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The theme for this art journal page is romantic. I didn't want to work with the colours red or pink. I went for different colours and still make the page have a romantic look. I don't know if I succeeded; red or pink for romantic themes seems so normal. I know it isn't. Sometimes I really think the page has a romantic look. I love the background especially the bister and the stencil.
bister ~ yellow
prisma color watercolor pencil
copic marker spica gelpen ~ yellow, grey
Whiff of joy rubber stamp
paper punch ~ heart
Close to my heart ink pad ~ archival black
Close to my heart ink pad ~ blush
A quite simple card made with die cuts for the hexagon. The base for the greeting is hand cut and the greeting is a rubber stamp from Rubbernecker. I also added three flower gems as a finishing touch. To make a matching envelope I used an acrylic flower stamp.