by Nika Rouss
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Hi, it’s Victoria…I’m really looking forward to sharing my ‘Constellation’ journal page with you. There were a few things that influenced this page…I love using silhouettes – particularly when I’m working on a black background – I think they add real impact. This ‘Jay’ silhouette looked quite pensive, and having lost my dad unexpectedly to cancer at the end of last year, it really resonated with me. Dad’s star sign was Leo, so I put the constellation together with the beautiful words of an Eskimo Proverb and made this page. Dylusions paints look stunning when they’re used on the black journal and journaling tags – or a solid Black Marble painted background. If you haven’t experimented with them on a black surface yet, then I’d really recommend it. I hope this journal page inspires you to give it a go!
Hey there this is Tracy Scott here all the way from London in the UK with a project for you in my black Dylusions journal. How can you not fall in love with all of the Dylusions paints, stamps and stencils, the colours are so vibrant and the stamps and stencils so versatile. Grab a cuppa tea, sit down and let me take you through how I created this fabulous art journal page in my black Dylusions journal using my favourite Dylusions supplies…
Animals are agreeable friends. The theme of my project is animals. Dylusions has a fun collection of animals stamps at the moment. They are so cute and adorable and fun to colour. I love to use them over and over again. And they are practically perfect for every occasion.
Hi, it’s Victoria…I’m delighted to be here on the Ranger Blog with you today. My journal pages are often inspired by seeing or hearing something that triggers my imagination. I found this great quote by the cinematographer Conrad Hall, and knew it would sit beautifully with an image of an abandoned, rusty American car I’d seen…and the page was born! Dylusions paints are perfect for enabling me to create backgrounds that echo the textures and colours for the images I like to use – I love their versatility.
Be different is the name of this creation. Being different as in “ standing out of the crowd,” but it has another meaning also. With the Dylusions stamps you create new images over and over again and those will be different than the ones you’ve used before…LOL. Well, that is what I like about the Dylusions stamps. You can swap heads and bodies over and over again to make new fabulous images.
Dina Wakley Media Heavy Body Acrylic Paints : Ruby Dina Wakley Media Stamps : Scribbly Girls Dylusions Paint : Bubblegum Pink, White Linen Dylusions Stencils Ranger Craft Scraper Ranger Emboss it™ Clear Ink Embossing Powders : Princess Gold Dylusions Journal Block Fude Ball Pen :...