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Journal Page Background Techniques, best site I have found

By Barbara Strembicki. At right: Distress Inks peeled paint, broken china, & dusty concord. Swipe pads on craft sheet close together but not overlapping. Spritz fairly well. Lay cardstock on ink; tap with fingers. Dry with heat tool. Pat same cardstock piece onto leftover ink ion craft sheet & dry with heat tool. Repeat patting & drying a second & perhaps a third time until you like the piece. At left, Perfect Pearls mist was sprayed on inks on craft sheet before spritzing with water. Video.

Journal Page Background Techniques several techniques using adirondack inkpads, distress inks, perfect pearls, etc

tutorial for creating several different backgrounds for journals via Joggles

Eleanor - Using papers with words or maybe the newspaper by cutting in tearing them and then sticking together to a new art work. Then, with the gaps between papers, it will be much easier to create and get new ideas with following the gaps. So brushing different colours and add some other elements can quickly get another unique art work.

here's a simple way to create a "painted background" without having to get your paintbrush out......all you need is your journal, your favorite water-soluble markers (i use tombow brush pens), an acrylic block, and a mini mister.