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An Art Journal Page for Beginners

Hi Everyone,
Khyati here and today I wanted to share something different, so I thought I would share an art journal page with you all. Every year I try and include some new art and tutorials for you all, this year I want to share some art journal page ideas with you all because I find them to be a real stress buster for me and hope they will mean the same to you. This is also my inspiration for you all for our monthly challenge which is Trash to Treasure, because believe it or not my Journal which I use is actually an old novel which I was about to throw but saved and decided to use as Art Journal.

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So let’s do make an Art Journal Page –

My Art Journalling Free Course on HNDMD Course Website

Supplies used to make this Art Journal Page –

Old Novel from personal stash
CrafTangles White Gesso
CrafTangles Paper Texture Paste
CrafTangles Herringbone Stencil
CrafTangles Mixed Media Stamps
CrafTangles Sunburst Stencil
Versafine Onyx black ink pad
Brayer Tool
Heating Tool
CrafTangles Sprays
(Colours I have used are Poolside, Evergreen, Denim Blue, Trendy Teal and Carbon Black)
CrafTangles Monochrome Butterflies
CrafTangles liquid watercolors
Tonic Glass media Mat
Arora Brushes
Brush Box
Double sided foam tapes
Tim Holtz Sticker Book
Sakura Pigma Micron Pens

Some closeups of the Art Journal page –

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So that was the tutorial for today hope you guys enjoyed and are excited to try and make some foiled cards.

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I will join you in my next post till then take care and Happy Crafting.


Khyati Kothari

An artist who loves to dabble with Paper, Paints and textures. The resident dreamer at CrafTangles and HNDMD.

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