Thursday, 24 October 2019

"Life is Beautiful" Art Journal page by Elisa Ablett

Hi everyone, 

My turn to share a project for Ink Art Designs today.

My goodness this year is flying, we are almost all the way through October, I have been a bit quiet the last few months with creating due to some tough circumstances on the homefront. So here is a timely reminder to take care of yourself and your family and that it is OK to take some time out  if you need it. 

I loved putting this art journal page together, what started out as a large pile of stamps and stencils ended with a sea themed art journal page with a bit of white space and not at all what I had planned. 

Guess that's the beauty of art journalling, channelling your thoughts and feelings through art onto a page!

Here are a few of the products used from Ink Art Designs, if they are not in stock at the moment, no problem, just message Dot to see if she can get them in for you!

Seahorse Stamp - Scrapbooking Stamp
visible-image-stamps - ink splats, ripple effect, life is beautiful
Meshing Around and Fibres Stencils from Visible Image

Other products used include:

Colour Blast Watercolour inks, Tim Holtz Distress Stains and Inks, Izink Metallic Ink
Embossing powders in Royal Blue and Gold

Here are some close ups!

You can see from the close ups, that I embossed the Seahorse stamp and added a smidge of colour after to fill in some of the white. The circles in the background behind the seahorse make a great frame which draws your eye to the beautiful stamped image. 

 Thanks for stopping by the blog today, make sure you leave some love !


Elisa x

1 comment:

  1. Hi Elisa.
    Yes, the beauty of Art Journaling is the unexpected! The freedom to go in any direction and to be okay with it. I love this page, and the circles really do draw your attention to the seahorse.
    Dot x
    Ink Art Designs


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