Hi everyone. Happy Wednesday to you.
Although you can't see the details in the faces on my page today, I have another journal entry for the "Let's Face It" challenge at Art Journal Journey.
I started by using a stencil and a black Sharpie to create the border on my page. I colored in the outlined framing pieces and then I used some pink pan watercolor to color in the white space in the middle of the paper as well as adding a few watercolor splatters to the edges of the page.
I covered the watercolored middle with some printed tissue paper. I traced the people images with a stencil, painted them in black as well as fussy cut them out. I added them to my page. The arrangement made me think of my immediate family (my husband, myself and my daughter when she was younger), but I also like the twist that families can be made up in many non-traditional ways, so that's what I titled my page.
The colors in the center were a bit too bold for my liking, so I did use a bit of white gesso to tone them down after I attached my family. Then I stamped the "family" word and added the die cut heart that was sitting on my table from a page I made back in December.
And that's my page for today.
Hope your week is going well so far. Thanks for stopping by.