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Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread by Megan Whisner Quinlan

Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread by Megan Whisner Quinlan

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Books & Journal | Dina Wakley Media | Mixed Media

Learn how Megan Whisner Quinlan creates a layered kaleidoscope of color in this Dina Wakley Media Large Kraft Journal spread.

Instructions 

Layering colors and images can be a fun way to play on your journal pages. In this spread, multiple images were repeated to create a layered effect. Follow along to recreate this spread in your journal.


Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread Step 1

Step 1: Spread patches of Rouge, Orchid, and Turquoise onto your page and overlap the edges. Leave some “white space” with no color as well. Allow to dry. 





Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread Step 2

Step 2: Using some White Gesso and a Mini Blending Tool, add some paint to your stamp image. Stamp it onto your colored patches. Repeat across the page. Experiment with layering some. 

 



Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread Step 3

Step 3: Using your Cubed stencil and some Cheddar acrylic, stencil over some of the patches to add more texture to your spread. (Here stenciling over the faces was avoided but could also look very fun for an extra layered look). 

 


Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread Step 4

Step 4: Add some stenciled Marks all over the page in White Gesso. Allow to dry. 




Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread Step 5

Step 5: Spray some Turquoise Gloss Spray onto your page. Here we barely pressed the nozzle down to create a splatter effect. You could also open the bottle and use the stick to splat your paint instead. 



Dina Wakley Hope Kraft Journal Spread Step 6

Step 6: Using the Alpha stencils, trace some letters on some printed pages. Here we used the Collage Collective to stencil on. Cut out your letters and glue down to the page. Finish with any doodles and marks of your own.