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Thank you so, so much for sharing! I was in desperate need of inspiration….and am only a budding artist too, so not much experience at all!
WOW! A friend on the Docrafts website was trying to remember how to use floor polish in her art and I found your site. It’s fantastic!! Thanks for sharing all these wonderful techniques, I’ll be up late for many nights to come 🙂
Thankyou so much for all the amazing ideas you’ve shared here. Now its just a matter of deciding which one to try first!
I’m a newbie at art journaling and am so excited to have found your site!! One question — are these techniques done on plain paper in a journal or on gessoe’d sheets? Thanks!!
Most of the earlier background techniques are done on plain white card or copier paper without gesso, you could if you wanted apply the same techniques to your art journal pages. If a specific background technique requires gesso I usually list it in the instructions. Hope that helps and have fun creating!
Thanks so much for sharing your techniques. I did a post about it on my blog:
I am so elated to find your website!!! You really have no idea. My creative juices have been stifled by a big move and not having access to my supplies. I couldn’t stand it anymore and dug some stuff out of storage. Finding your sight has rekindled that spark I needed. I read on one of your posts that “YOU DON’T DO CUTSIE!” I love this about you!!!!! I have used this same phrase with my groups so often, that they tease me about it in fun. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!! I will be here on a daily basis!!!
Thank you so much for sharing your ideas. How refreshing and I agree with you about that.
I think your site is great and will be trying some of your brilliant sugestions for backgrounds.
I have longed for a site like yours for ages. I too use almost anything to scrunch up the background and give depth to the finished work. Thank you for all the new ideas
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