Weird Not to be Weird Journal Page by Cheiron Brandon
Weird Not to be Weird Journal Page by Cheiron Brandon

Weird Not to be Weird Journal Page by Cheiron Brandon

By: Ranger |

Books & Journals | Dina Wakley Media

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.

Instructions

Step 1: To begin I took out my Large Media journal, and my Dina Wakley Weird is Good stamps.

Step 2: I was looking for something to help create a focal point for one of the stamps, and I thought one of the Tim Holtz Idea-ology Collage Frames would be the perfect thing.

I wanted to alter the collage frame, so I painted it with two coats of Dina Wakley Media White Gesso.

Step 3: While the gesso was drying, I stamped the focal image using my Tim Holtz Travel Stamp Platform.

Step 4: I used Dina Wakley Media Paints in Buff, Cheddar, Lemon, Ocean, Magenta, and Lime that had been mixed with a bit of water to color in my image.

Step 5: When my collage frame was dry, I stamped the sentiment all over my panel using Archival Inks in Jet Black, Prickly Pear, Vibrant Fuchsia and Paradise Teal. I inked the edges of the panel using Paradise Teal and a Mini Ink Blending Tool with foam.

Step 6: I felt like the panel needed a bit more interest; so I used the mini hearts from the Friends To The End set to stamp some all over the panel.

Then I stamped the sentiment and embossed with white embossing powder on black paper and adhered it underneath the panel. I also added my painted image with foam tape.

Step 7: Now onto the Large Journal Page. I wanted to create a bright and fun background, so I used the round Gel Plate from the Gel Plate 3 assortment pack as a stamp with some watered down Lime Paint.

Step 8: I love the texture you get when using watered down paint instead of rolling it onto the gel plate.

Step 9: I also used some watered down Ocean paint and dripped it onto my page. Then I used some watered down Magenta paint with the large heart stamp in the Friends To The End set to stamp a pattern over the Lime Circles and Ocean drips.
The background now has a fun watercolor look, but I felt that it needed a bit more pop.

Step 10: To finish up your card set, spray each card front with a bit of Distress Mica Spray in Tarnished Brass, add the stamped Media Tape and some of the funky faces from the turquoise cardstock. Finish the cards off with a few Tim Holtz Idea-ology stickers. Layer the panels onto a notecard.

Step 11: The page is now coming together, now it’s time to finish it and adhere the panel.

I added the Swirling Dashes stencil to the panel as well and then adhered it to the page with Dina Wakley Media Ultra Thick Gel Medium.

I hope you enjoyed this page and can incorporate some of these techniques into your own journal making!


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