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Six steps and u have a recipe for a background and never have to have fear of the blank page again. Here's the steps...1) choose 2 paints 2) paint page one color, edge page with second color and blend with fingers or baby wipe. 3) spray color over stencil 4) stamp around edges 5) drip some paint or ink 6) add texture Wallah! Everytime you do it it comes out different!

love these colors together - done with distress inks and archival ink for base, then distress inks and dylusions for hexagons on top

from Marjie Kemper Designs

Art Journaling ~ Evidence

Kemper art journal evidence 1 of 2

Tutorial from Leandra for her textured stamping -- try texture used for stencils and stamp into it -- use acrylics to color over and some metallics

Strathmore Art Journal Page Spreads - part 2 - YouTube I really like the ideas in this video..I never thought to use my sprays or my Inka Gold as ink for stamps. Very cool.