Get Messy | Experiments and a Message

Howdie I have so many layouts ready to share I can’t decide which ones to post first. I want to post them all! But I’ll limit it to four today.

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First up is a pattern inspired by Ashley Goldberg. I haven’t taken her Studio Calico course but am so tempted. I started this layout as a test for a canvas I wanted to work on. And once I finished it I jumped straight in. I’ll share the end result another day though.

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Next up is a page that didn’t quite work out how I planned but I have decided this journal is about experimenting, making things and sharing them regardless of how they turn out. So here we go.

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Even the photo didn’t come out quite right – but anyway. The message I was trying to express was that inspiration can come from anywhere – including a magazine article.

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Next is another experiment that started out with a different vision but ended up looking pretty cool anyway. I’m not good with mists so I had to change my plans after I added them. Water colours came to my rescue and I love the outcome.

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And last but not least – stamps (by Kellie Stamps of course) and a message to you all.

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Thanks guys. I love you all. Xxxx

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Get Messy is an art journal challenge where a gang of crafty vixens are sharing art journal pages we have created to practise our skills and push past our creative limits with hopes to inspire. Go check out some amazing pages creating by some crazy talented ladies who all have a unique perspective and style.

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4 thoughts on “Get Messy | Experiments and a Message

  1. You shouldn’t worry about the second page “not turning out”, it looks absolutely awesome to me and is my favorite of these! Plus, the mists/watercolor effect turned out intense and powerful. Thank you for sharing the little note too, I am inspired by everyone so much each week, so I totally agree with your remarks!

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