Butterfly Squad creative team inspiration: Saadia
I want to share with you an art journal cover that I altered with France Papillon’s stencils and stamps and DecoArt media products.
Here is how I made it:
It is my old Dylusions journal. I cut the Elastic band on the cover and glued book pages on it with DecoArt’s gel medium. The book pages are not visible in the finished cover because I changed my idea about the type of paints and the mediums that I wanted to use.
Next, I applied DecoArt’s white modeling paste through France Papillon’s small crackle stencil.
I covered a rectangular piece of MDF board with a thick layer of DecoArt’s white crackle paint and set it aside to dry.
I painted the cover with chalk paints
Applied DecoArt’s black antiquing cream to the cover and the MDF piece and removed it with a damp cloth and sealed it with ultra matte varnish.
Then, I used France Papillon’s large circles stencil for my focal point. Glued a piece of circular cambric on it. Colored and glued my focal image; it is from France Papillon’s Illusionary Artists Creepers and crawlers stamp set.
Stamped, heat embossed and glued the title.
That’s it for today. I hope you like it.
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DecoArt media: white modeling paste, matte gel medium, ultra matte varnish, crackle paint
Deco Art fluid acrylics: Carbon Black
DecoArt chalk paint: Serene, Treasure
DecoArt antiquing cream: Carbon Black
Stamps: Illusionary Artists "Perfect Words", “Creepers and Crawlers”. Click on the images to shop!
France Papillon stencils: “Crackled", "Circles". Click on the images to shop!