I am an avid art journaler. Expressing myself through art has been instrumental in my own personal growth over the years. I enjoy sharing my art via social media, but I don’t necessarily always want to share my private thoughts. Tip Ins are a great way to share your art while keeping your journaling private.
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Hi there crafty friends! It’s Cheiron here and today I am sharing a tutorial to create a fun stars and stripes journal page. I love the 4th of July and I also love family history, On my mom’s side, we can trace our ancestry all the way back to the Revolutionary War. The page I made today reflects that, with the 7 silhouettes in my background and one on the tag reflecting the eight generations I can trace back to the patriot in my family.
Hi there! It’s Cheiron here and today I am playing with some of my favorite Dina Wakley stamps and paints to create a fun Father’s day card. Don’t worry if you’ve never made a card before, it’s as easy as creating a journal page or tag and it’s a piece of artwork you can pass on to the recipient! I’m “inking” up a lot of stamps with paint for this project using foam daubers, and as I work I make sure to wash the paint off of my stamps so it does not dry on them.
Hi there! I’m thrilled to be back on the Ranger Blog today with this bright and fun journal page that I have created in the Dina Wakley Large Media journal. Let me walk you through how I created it.
Hi everyone! Carisa here with you today and I’m so excited to be back on the Ranger blog after a little break to share what I’ve been creating using the Gel Plate that was released at Creativation 2018! I’m pretty much obsessed with this new tool to create awesome backgrounds and love that you can use it on pretty much anything! To get started you’re going to need the new Gel Plate, Brayer, Marking Tools, Texture Combs, some of your favorite paint colors, stencils and stamps! When I first started working with the Gel Plate, I did the usual create a layer, add you paper and get a print then repeat on your paper until you have achieved the layered look you like. However, I recently saw someone do a one pull print and I was determined to give that technique a try which is what I’m showing you today as we create a mixed media art envelope. Today I’m using a 5×7 watercolor envelope but you can use anything for this technique!
Hello! I’m Samantha, known as Scarlyton in the art community. Returning with a project for Kraft tags, I’m delighted to show you how I created this tag using Dina Wakley’s new media products. Review the supply list, gather your things, and let’s get going!
Hi there! It’s Cheiron here and today I am going to share a set of tags that I made with Alcohol Ink backgrounds using Dina’s Oops Oh Well stamp set. I love all of the sayings in the set so much and the moon faces that go with them, so I turned them into a set of tags with beautiful Alcohol Ink backgrounds. Sometimes I keep these tags in a bin in my studio, but these would also be perfect to share with crafty friends!
Hello! I’m Samantha, known as Scarlyton in the art community, and I’m stoked to share this project using Dina Wakley’s NEW PRODUCTS! I created this on a kraft paper gift bag but you could easily use your Dina Wakely Media Journal or loose leaf Dina Wakley Media Kraft Paper.
Hello! I’m Samantha, known as Scarlyton in the art community, and I’m thrilled to share the process of one of my art journal spreads in Dina Wakley’s Media Journal. I enjoy creating layers with paint and collage elements, so I wanted to show you my technique. Work along with me to create your very own art journal spread!
Hi there, hope you are enjoying the fall season if it is fall where you live now. I am fortunate enough to live in a place where the leaves turn beautiful colors each year and I wanted to make a card to reflect that. Let me walk you through the steps I took to create my card.
Hello! I’m Samantha, known as Scarlyton in the art community, and I’m back to share a new project with you. I’ll be using a 9”x12” Media Board from Dina Wakley’s collection. If you’ve been wanting to experiment with the boards, here’s your chance!