How to get a distress look on your art journal pages
I am back with a new art journal page and a new distress look which I love so much:) This time for the very first time I work with Transfer paper and apart from a small hiccup it was a smooth process with a great result. I added a lot of stamping, not necessarily clear images. This was done on purpose as I love this kind of messy look, but this is also an idea for all of you who gets stuck with a page on which the stamps did not gave a clear, neat image; Instead of giving up and throwing the page to the bin, I strongly advise you to finish it by giving the whole project this distress, messy look. Sometimes I wander- is there a mess deep in my soul and is this the reason why I love pages like that so much?:)
BTW, this page was done as my DT inspiration for Lindy’s Gang March Color Challenge and it was based on the color board below:
If you want to play with us in this challenge, just follow this link: https://lindysgang.blog/2020/03/01/march-challenge-is-here-just-for-you/
Here is the link to my process video:
List of products used:
*Lindy’s Gang Starburts: Midnight Randezvous Raven, Frozen Jack Frost & Tibeatan Poppy Teal *Lindy’s Gang EP- Lederhosen Laurel *Lindy’s Gang Magicals: Martina’s Marigold & Summer Lovin’ Sun *Stamperia- transfer paper & transfer gel *Stamperia- Cream Paste *Docrafts- Pigment Ink Pad *Tacky Glue *Ranger- Archival Ink Jet Black *Finnabair- 3D Mat Gel *Stencil Girl- stencil #S478 *Prima- Water Soluble Oil Pastels *Tim Holtz- Metallic Stickers *Ranger- Crackle Accents *Fantasy Dies- tyre tracks *Aall @ Create stamp # 116
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