Dive into summer with this Fishtail June Dyalog Spread by Taylor Huizenga! Taylor will guide you through a step-by-step tutorial on how she uses an assortment of Dylusions products along with Letter It™ Fineliners to create a June calendar page in her Dylusions Dyalog.
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Follow step by step directions from Josefine Fourage on how you can use Dylusions Paints, Stencils, and Stickers to create trade-able Artist Coins.
Dylusions Dyalog Insert Book: Grid Dylusions Creative Dyary Inks: Dirty Martini, Vibrant Turquoise, Black Marble Dylusions Dyalog Stamps: The Full Package, Blind Date, All the Right Boxes, On the Edge Dylusions Dyalog Stencils: Doodle It Dylusions Paint: Periwinkle Blue Dylusions Paint Pens: Black Marble Dylusions...
Hi everyone and welcome to a new Ranger tutorial using Dylusions products. My name is Josefine and today I am sharing an idea on how to create some dimension in your art journal.
Hi, and welcome to a new tutorial. This is Josefine and today I’m sharing something new for me. I recently started a bullet journal and was curious if you could use your mixed media supplies to create new spreads. For those of you who don’t know what a bullet journal is, it’s a calendar, to-do list, reminder, diary, everything you want it to be. Essentially, it’s a notebook that you can totally customize.
Halloween has always been a treat to me. My husband and I would wear costumes to parties even before our kids were born. Now that we are mainly by ourselves again because the kids are grown this will be our first Halloween by ourselves in 22 years. That inspired me to find a couple I could dress up for Halloween so I Mixed Up stamps and die cuts from the Dylusions line!
Hi and welcome to a new guest post from me, Josefine. I’m super excited to share something really fun with you – a little book of snark. I love snark, which is probably why I enjoy working with Dylusions products so much. I decided to create the book myself, using ATC cards and bind them.
I really love the look of texture in all of my art. Whether it be added stitching, fabric scraps or layers of paint – I think texture gives an added element that really sets pieces apart from a one dimensional look. I like holding a piece in my hand and feeling all the different built up layers.
After a long chilly winter and spring it’s time for some warm weather, warm colours, flowers, holidays, picnics, outdoor activities…it is time for SUMMER. My project for today is all about summer. So let us dance in the sun and wear flowers in our hair…