I hope everybody is having a delightful and crafty day, thanks for stopping by.
Like the title of this post? Yep! It is a double entry for the Art Journal Journey challenge of No faces, No, leaves and No wings.....BUT COLLAGE, .brought to us this month by Susi......an art journal master....or is it mistress?So I had a grand "playtime" yesterday. I was really working two journals at the same time, and got a little carried away with the paint on this one and covered all the collage.....LOL! I do love to muck about with my paint and inks. I knew "what" I wanted to do before I got so carried away, so a different avenue I had to take. I chose a sheet of vellum, very thin and as transparent as I could find....tore the edges and then sprayed the back with spray adhesive.....then plopped it on the page. A little Washi tape for the boarder and then the time piece was added. Since it is a NO face challenge, I put the hands in different positions as to NOT make a clock FACE....LOL!
I added the letters-time- and went around them with paint to make them stand out, and did the same thing with the TH clock die. The die cut was taken from a black piece of card stock that I had been mopping up the extra paint with. The other words, at the bottom were just hand written with a Sharpie.......if you couldn't tell.....*grin*
Now this second journal page is not the second journal page I was working on at the same time as the first journal page..........got that?
This journal page was just for giggles. I started a "clean up" of my space and was picking things up off the floor that had missed the trash can. For what ever reason my MOJO had me glue them randomly on a page with a little paint smeared on it. I've always wanted to play around with ransom note lettering, so I found an old magazine as started hunting for my letters. The page was soooooo busy the letters got lost, so I went around them with a couple Faber-Castell Pitt brush markers blending out the colors. These pens are great things to have, they will blend while still wet, but are permanent when dry......and they are transparent too!
So What's On Your Floor????