Today I've got two days of my coursework to show you as I did them over the weekend.
First up, we have another technique from Nathalie Kalbach, stamping with acrylic paint on foam stamps:
(Right hand page)
I had a foam heart stamp years ago that was meant for decorating walls with. Not sure I'd ever do that, but it was ideal for my experiments for this project:
We added texture with various textured objects, like sequin waste and net curtain. (The red paint around the hearts was for 'deliberate' artistic effect).
When I was an art student years ago, we had a photographic project on decay and I loved it. I loved taking pictures of paint peeling off doors and mouldy cabbages!
Which is why I really liked Louise Nelson's project of recreating crackles on paint. I couldn't find my crackle glaze (messy art room again!) so had to make do with a textured stamp to get an almost crackle effect in my journal.
...and I added some of our wedding photos to my page:
I also added buttons and white tippex to frame the photos. My wedding dress was pink and white so the colour scheme was set.
I will show you today's project (Monday's) tomorrow (Tuesday)
Thank you for looking,