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2016-04-03

Art-journal cover by Eirini



Hello dear Mixed Media Place fans!!

It's Eirini here today with my new handmade black art journal, presenting you the cover. It's a little bit experimental art-journal, that's why i tried to make my own handmade cover. Always watching that beautiful Finnabair creations, i couldn't resist trying to experiment with acrylic paints and mica powders.


At first I covered my page with black gesso then glued Scrapiniec chipboard pieces and other embellishments and covered everything again with black gesso. Finally I stamped and embossed everything with Lost and Found 7 Dots Studio clear stamp (bubbles).



I played with Prima metalic emerald green acrylic paint and mica cooper powders plus silver acrylic paint to achieve shining effect and extra dimension on my page. I sprayed everything with white mist to add brightness and covered some areas with white gesso using my fingers.





I distressed edges with black jet StazOn to soften color differences and placed my flowers and other embellishments ( 7 Dots Studio stickers from Destination Unknown and Verano Azul collections, pearls, micro beads etc)


Some final touches was done with Platinum Liquid Pearls and that's it!!








I hope you liked my first black art journaling cover and I delivered some inspiration for you. Keep crafting and creating !!!



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8 comments:

  1. love love love wow amazing I'm in love

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  2. Thank you Cindy...It was great playing with black gesso...

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  3. Thank you Cindy...It was great playing with black gesso...

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  4. Gorgeous! Love the dark and mysterious touch it has, and the beautiful little details!

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  5. Love every detail! So beautiful!!!

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  6. Beautiful journal cover with awesome texture and elements and, I love the blue!

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  7. Beautiful Art Journal cover with the gorgeous colors and I love that little water spout!

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