Here we go again… Wings are the symbol of freedom and our angels are free to create – a perfect match, right? Right! Tattered Angels Wings on Wednesday are back with an art journal page called ‘Wings Of Hope’ from our Crew member, Katie Lamb. With the delicate romantic colours of our Tattered Angels mists and textures from materials straight out of the 7gypsies Junque pack, she has created a delicate but powerful at the same time piece of art.
‘I wanted to create a page that can later on add to my art journal. I began experimenting with the different colours of my Tattered Angels mists. I then matched the papers and embellishments to compliment the mist sprays.’ – explains Katie.
Tattered Angels Chalk Board Mist Firefly
Tattered Angels Chalk Board Mist Valencia
Tattered Angels Calendar Kit paint System Roses
7 Gypsies Junque Pack
7 Gypsies Gypsy Moments
Sin City Stamps Wings Rubber Stamp Set
Divine Twine Candy Pink Twine
White sketch pad
Stencil Mask Hearts
White paper flowers
pink paper flowers
Take a sheet of paper from a drawing pad and spritz with Valencia. Tilt the page and allow the paint to run.
Once dry, spritz with Be Mine.
Next, spritz Firefly around the page.
Use texture stamps to create a textured background.
Apply modeling paste to the page using a stencil mask and then spriz over the top with Be Mine.
Spritz a blank page with the Smooches Glimmer Mist and, once dry, stamp the wings over the top.
Glue twine around page and then place the pieces from the Junque pack in place and, once you’re happy with the layers, glue them down.
Cut out the wings and adhere to the center of the paper layers; decorate the design with various flowers.
Isn’t this romantic page a little gem? You can build up layers using a variety of papers and materials; you can also use a completely different colour scheme – there are so many options with Tattered Angels – we have even organised our paints into sections by colour! It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Visit Katie’s Instagram for more fun projects.
Have a crafty Wednesday!