Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page by Megan Whisner Quinlan

Megan Whisner Quinlan shows you how to make a peekaboo journal spread in the Dina Wakley Media Kraft Journal with a monochromatic theme for a dramatic look.

Instructions 

 

 Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page Step 1

Step 1: Draw a circle onto the center of your page with the Circles for Painting stencil.

 

 

Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page Step 2

Step 2: Cut out the circle shape. The easiest way to do this is to poke a hole in the center and then cut around your stencil line. 

 

 

Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page Step 3 

Step 3: Using the Ranger Mini Blending Tool and some White Gesso, stencil some text from the Mantras Stencil randomly around your left and right pages. (Leave your under page, below the circle blank).

 

 

Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page Step 4

Step 4: Stamp your face and text from the Not Subtle stamp set onto your page. Cut out.

 

 

Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page Step 5 

Step 5: Using the Gel Medium, glue a Chipboard bird to the top edge of your circle and another to your other page. Glue your face focal image down to your under page on the right-hand edge so that it will create a contrast to your bird.

 

 

Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page Step 6

Step 6: Cut out your text into individual words. Staple the first part of your phrase to the beak of the bird with a Tiny Attacher. This will create even more depth to your spread.

 

 

Dina Wakley Peekaboo Journal Page Step 7 

Step 7: Add some paint splatters and some marks to really define your page and you will have a fun interactive page to inspire you as you page through the Kraft Journal.

 

 

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