Step 1: Using Dina Wakley Media Board in 4”x 6” as a template, draw around it on the Dina Wakley Media Journal pages, you can choose where you will create the windows. I’ve chose to begin right on the very first page. Be advised that the handmade paper is like cloth and when cutting, be careful that you let yourself be guided by the threads of the burlap. You can also add pieces from the Ranger watercolor paper to the mix!
Step 2: Use two pieces of the media board to make the covers and cut strips of .5” x 6” of Sticky Back Canvas to bind the mini journal.
Step 3: Use Jet Black Archival Ink to stamp an image on the cover.
Step 4: Begin painting the cover. I continue to be deeply in love with the new Ranger squeegee and I use it to spread paint and to go over the stencils as well, it helps me cover more ground at the same time!
Step 5: Use a baby wipe over the stencil to remove some of the color. Add a secondary color over the stencil.
Step 6: Color in your fashion icon with more of Dina’s paints!
Step 7: Use The scribble stick in brown for the skin tone.
Begin working on your journal as well. I really liked the effect on the opposite side of my window, because it ended up looking like a monoprint!
Check out the new size, Ready for you to take in your bag anywhere.