I'm excited to show my entire process of four different journal covers that I have created!
Today's journal uses only primary colors!
I love how this piece turned out. I LOVE color...most of the time...the brighter the better. In most of the pieces I create...I use shades of turquoise, pink, orange, and green. However, for this journal cover, I decided to use only primary colors...true red, blue, and yellow.
Yes. The journal covers all start out with cardboard. Recycle or Re-purpose!
I did add a little light blue and white to the paint to give the color some variation. This is one of Julie Fei-Fan Balzer's stencils! I LOVE her work! You can check it out here...if you, by chance, have never heard of her! Lol!
I recently learned how to carve stamps. I use a lot of stamps for added texture and depth in my pieces. I LOVE the personal touch when the stamp is my original design.
Punchinella is one of my best friends! You will see it in most of my pieces. Punchinella is a fun, plastic ribbon that is left over after sequins are punched out, often called "sequin waste".
Final front cover. A few doodles were added to the sides.
Final back cover.
The journal covers are all ready to get the inside pages! AND...that's another post!
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Expect miracles, laugh often, and always color outside the lines!