Monday, May 11, 2015


Hello! This is another journal page I made for 

For my page:

1. Punch paper using small circle punchers.

2. Adhere (randomly) small circle to the page let dry and brush with gesso.

I made my own flower stencil hehe! It's not perfect but I like it.

3. Stencil flowers using orange paint.

4. Put circle in the center of the flower using gold paint, paint leaves in green.

5. Color background in black paint. I add some white, green and brown details to the flowers. 
6. Adhere sentiment.

Supplies: White folder for the page, Circle Punchers, AC Specialty Paper - Pearl, DIY Flower Stencil, HBW Poster Paints

Hope you like it. Thanks for looking.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Create Inspire Live

Hello! This is another art journal page that I made for

1. For my page, cut a 6"x6" white cardstock, stencil gesso onto the cardstock, let dry.
2. For flowers, color it red using color pens.

3. Color the gesso block into brown using gel crayons, outline using brown water color pencil.
4. Spray background. (Mixed red watercolor pen ink + water)
5. Stamp vines on the edges and color the little flowers in green and blue glitter pens.
6. Stamp dress form and bird cage in black ink and distress edges in brown ink, adhere the red flowers.
7. Adhere sentiment.
8. Stamp phrases, butterflies, little dolly and circles in black ink.

Thanks for looking. Hope you like it.

Supplies: Elit White Cardstock, Black and Brown Ink, DIY Gesso, Fairy Belle Stamp by Jodie Lee, Tim Holtz Stamps, Making Memories Chipboard Letter Stickers, Glitter Pens, Paper Flowers, Faber-Castell Watercolour Pencils, Lyra Gel Crayons

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Be You Tiful

Hello Beautiful! This art journal page I made is an entry for

For my page, tear book paper page, brush gesso and stamp and color flower using gel crayons.

For the background, cut a 6"x7" white cardstock, adhere a tissue paper and let dry. Apply light green, dark green and blue gel crayons and then brush with water. Apply gold paint for the border/frame.

Adhere the flowers, add beads to the center, glitter glue on the edges and outline using black ink pen of the flowers.

Adhere sentiment. I used glitter font stickers.

Hope you like it. Thanks for looking.

Supply: Elit White Cardstock, Lyra Gel Crayons, Tissue Paper, Hero Arts Stamp, Mill Hill Beads, Glitter Font Stickers, Gold HBW Poster Paint, Glitter Glue

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Come Rain Come Shine

Hello! This is my third art journal entry for The Mixed Media Challenge #11 - April Showers. Create something having to do with rain. This could be umbrella, rain boots, rainbow, etc. 

For my project, Cut 6"x6" white cardstock, glue book paper page and brush with gesso. Draw a curve line for the hill. Color the background golden brown and green (for the hill) using gel crayons. Stamp plants into the background.

For the clouds, this is actually my first time to use thick homemade gesso + silver paint, done with a cloud stencil that I found in a ruler. Not bad for a first timer, and I so love the outcome! :) and brush pink paint on the lower part of the clouds. Draw hearts and lines for the rain, I used water color pencils for the heart and silver paint for the rain.

For my chubby cute bear, I named him Rein (my son's nickname), draw and color bear using watercolour pencils. Cut and outline and adhere to the background. Add some rainwater using silver paint. Add sentiment. Stencil some lines with silver paint.

Hope you like it. Thanks for looking.

Supplies: Lyra Gel Crayons, Faber-Castell Watercolour Pencils, HBW Silver Paint, Homemade Gesso, Cloud Stencil, Leaf/Plant Stamp, Rub-ons.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

When Life Gives You A Rainy Day

Hello! This is another art journal page that I made for The Monthly Mixed Media Challenge #11 - April Showers. The challenge is to create something have to do with rain, this could be umbrellas, rain boots, clouds, rainbows, etc. For my project, I did rain boots.

Cut a 7"x9" white cardstock and glue a book paper page on it, brush it with gesso. Draw and paint using Faber-Castell Watercolour Pencils and gel crayons. Paint background, I use orange, blue, green and violet gel crayons and water. I tried to put homemade thick gesso with my DIY stencil. Color it with HBW silver paint. Add letter sticker for the quote. Outline the boots.

Supplies: Faber-Castell Watercolour Pencils, Elit White Cardstock, Lyra Gel Crayons, Gesso, Stencils, HBW Silver Paint, Stickers

Thanks for looking.

Monday, April 20, 2015

You Are Beautiful Like A Rainbow

Hello! This art journal page I made is an entry for The Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #11 - April Showers. The challenge is to create something having to do with rain. This could be umbrellas, rain boots, clouds, rainbows, etc. This is my first project joining TMMMC. Hope you like it.

It's summer time here in the Philippines so we will not see rainbows by this time. I can't put April Showers in my project because rain here comes in the month of June. When I was looking some rainbow inspiration, I found this quote "If you are reading this, you are beautiful like a rainbow." Perfect for the theme! :)

Supplies: Elit White Cardstock, HBW Poster Paint, Flower & Butterfly Punchers, Stickers, Rub-ons, Tim Holtz Stamps, White Ink Pen, Old Book Pages

Monday, April 13, 2015

Being Creative

Hello! This art journal page I made is entry for Take The Challenge With Mou, April 2015. The theme of the challenge is Creativity. And here is my take on the challenge. Hope you like it.

Draw your subject and put some stickers font for the quote on a white 5x7 inch cardstock. Color using Faber-Castell Watercolour Pencils.

Remove font stickers.

I paint the background using mixed light blue and white HBW poster paint. Add accents colors gold and white. Addhere cloth butterflies and flowers, Mill Hill Beads, stickers. Stamp text using Tim Holtz Cling Rubber Stamps Little Label CMS120.

Thanks for looking.

Supplies: Elit White Cardstock, Faber-Castell Watercolour Pencils, HBW Poster Paint, Tim Holtz Cling Rubber Stamps Little Label CMS120, Clothe Butterflies and Flowers, Stickers, Mill Hill Beads.