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An art journal page with Stamper's Big Brush Pens

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Hi everyone, Mou here with an art journal page using Stamper's Big Brush pens , some Gelatos®and PITT Artist Pen. This page is about finding and connecting with a creative friend.

Let me walk you through the steps.

1. If you are working with an upcycled book like me, gesso the pages first. Let dry.

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2. Attach cling mount stamp to acrylic block. Ink stamp with Black Stamper's Big Brush pen. Stamp near the right edge of the page.

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3. Use neutral set of Gelatos® to color the face.

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4. Use various colors of Stamper's Big Brush Pens and PITT® Artist Pens : BLUE to color the background. Work quickly to blend the colors a bit using Water brush. Remember that these pens have India Ink which is permanent when dry.

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5. Journal using Essential PITT® Artist Pens: BLACK.

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6. Add details to the stamped image and doodle to personalize using Essential PITT® Artist Pens: BLACK and Stamper's Big White Pen.

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Hope you enjoyed today's post and will get your Stamper's Big Brush Pens out to play.

Supplies:

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft

Other products:

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Mou Saha  Mou won the Creating Keepsakes Hall of Fame in 2007, was a member of their Dream Team in 2009 and you've seen her work in numerous craft publications. She currently collaborates with 7 Gypsies, Anna Griffin, Glitz Design and October Afternoon. 

 

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Gloria Westerman

Oh I love your page...so inspirational....and truly a connection....tfs

sandeeNC

I love your work Mou!

Melanie Douthit

This is beautiful!

Sherri Scott

Nice work!

water brush pens

Ink stamp with Black Stamper's Big Brush pen. Stamp near the right edge of the page.

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