Stationery - Chiswick

Postage Stamp Art Journaling Page | Pop Paint

Posted on 30 Nov 2016

detail3Combining 3 colours of POP Paint in a single project is pure magic. Notice how the paints lie on top of each other but don’t mix together.
A wonderful characteristic of POP Paint, making layering of paints so easy in your art journals.
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Step 1 – Select your 3 colours of POP paint to work with.
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step 2 – Use a gift card or old credit card and spread the 3 colours of paint across the pages to create a streaky look.
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step 3 – Dip the credit card into the yellow paint.
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step 4 – Press the edge with the paint onto the page creating lines. Create a criss cross effect randomly across the page and leave to dry.
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See how the yellow lines adds a funky pattern and a bit of dimension to your page.
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step 5 – Use a postage stamp stencil and texture paste and add the image to your page.
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Leave the pate to dry. Add some extra paint splats and ink splats in a darker shade like black or brown for a pop of texture and pattern.
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Add some old postage stamps onto the page, random stamping and rub-ons to finish it off.
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Products used
POP Paint 290ml-Skyfall pp0305
POP Paint 290ml-Dove pp0310
POP Paint 290ml-Buttery pp0314
I love how easy it is to create beautiful project5s using my POP Paints.

Written by Jowilna Nolte

Creating can be a wonderful journey and therapy making sense of things where life cannot, and I have tuned my life into this philosophy.

Website: http://www.jowilnanolte.blogspot.com