Studio Box No. 1

You can find Studio Box Workshop No. 1 in my Studio
http://shop.scrapbookgraphics.com/-Studio-Box-Workshops-No.-1-Buildable-Art-Journals.html

Studio Box Workshop No.1 Buildable, Printable Art Journal
Have you ever wanted to try art journaling on “real” paper, but don’t want the fuss and mess of ink and paint all over your kitchen table? Are you scared of Gesso? Or perhaps you are an avid art journaler already but would love to have a “base” to get you started? Then this workshop is for you!
Using the templates & instructions, you will build art journal pages to print and have ready to jot down thoughts and/or your daily doings in 5 minutes or less a day!
(You can even use these as a planner or calendar!)

Through the videos we’ll build art journal pages with the pre-made bases and templates provided (100′s of combinations!), print and art journal by hand. I even show you some quick easy ways to incorporate your pages into existing journals or make one out of your newly printed pages! Of course this workshop can also be used 100% digital as well.

Art Journaling 102: Technique Feature – {Hybrid} Tutorial

Art Journaling 102: Technique Feature – {Hybrid} Tutorial

Gesso Wash & Borders

 

What I Know For Sure by Julie Ann Shahin

For our second Technique Feature of 2012, I’ll be sharing with you a Hybrid Tutorial as I create an Art Journal Page where I use a Gesso Wash and show you how I build up my Borders to create this page, shown above.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Tip: There is an awesome Art Journaling Supply and Resource List included in Tangie’s Studio Box Workshop 1: Buildable Art Journals.

 

1. Start with a blank page in your art journal. I happened to turn to a pre-painted page with paint splatters from previous art journaling. Having a painted layer first is optional.

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2. Print backgrounds and elements from Tangie’s Collage Mania 1 & 2 kits, these kits are printables. Cut out elements now or as you need them. Sometimes in the evening, I’ll just sit and cut out elements as I watch television.

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3. Take several of the printed backgrounds, and cut one or two vertical strips from them. Adhere to the page with a glue stick.

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4. Continue adhering strips across the page. Select a border base for the top of the page and adhere.____________________________________________________

 

5. Mix a little water in with gesso. Swipe over the strips to give a white water wash. Do not paint over the top horizontal border, just the vertical strips.

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6. Adhere a border at the bottom. Cut out and adhere elements such as a heart, flower, and row of paint dots and add at the end of the border.

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7. Build up the top border by adding a smaller border along the top, a piece of word art that says “opinions” along the side on the left, and the girl head element.

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8. Build up the bottom border by layering elements such as a star and circle behind the border on the right. Also layer word art (from Pinterest), another star, heart, cabuchon, key, time, paint brush, and borders.

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9. Next, I adhered an image of a vintage movie star that I cut from an old book. I used mini letter stickers for the title, and then doodled around the letter stickers with my Copic marker, or you can use a black sharpie.

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10. Then I wrote my journaling out on pre-cut cardstock strips.

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11. Adhere the finished journaling strips to the page. Add dots around selected strips. Draw a line around the arrow. Adhere photo corners to the first and last journaling strip. Create shading with dots under the photo of the mvintage movie star. Outline the star in the bottom border with dots. Add any other finishing touches according to taste! Here is the end result: 

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Journaling Prompt:

What do you know for sure?

Technique Prompt:

Try a hybrid page with a gesso wash and/or built-up borders

OR

just print out some of your digi art journal pages and put them in a journal!

 

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on {Wednesdays – new day} and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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Art Journaling 101: Buildable Art Journals Part 2

 

Buildable Art Journal Pages by Julie Ann Shahin

Buildable Art Journal Pages Plus* by Julie Ann Shahin

As promised last week, I am sharing my updated Buildable Art Journal Pages with you today. Hello all! xoxo

I started the pages from this to this to —–>what you see above and below.

 

Buildable Art Journal Pages by Julie Ann Shahin

Buildable Art Journal Pages by Julie Ann Shahin

I used Tangie’s Buildable Art Journal Pages plus I also did some creative Word Art on notebook paper as you can see.

 

Buildable Art Journal Planner Page by Julie Ann Shahin
Buildable Art Journal Planner Page by Julie Ann Shahin

The above page is direct from Tangie’s {Studio Box Workshops No. 1} Buildable Art Journals. I used it to journal our trip to the Jersey Shore last week, and about family visiting from out-of-state over the weekend. After it was printed with the digital gesso overlay, and the digital days of the week on it, by hand, I doodled and journaled with my markers – which included Copics, and Sharpies.

 

Closeup

Art Journal Page Cloesup by Julie Ann Shahin



Here are my other pages that I completed this week. One was a doodling page with the base created from Tangie’s Buildable Art Journals, and the other was just a notebook paper that I used to make word art on.

First, let’s look at the Doodling Page and inspiration.

 

Buildable Art Journal Page by Julie Ann Shahin (doodles)

Buildable Art Journal Page by Julie Ann Shahin (doodles)

Doodles Closeup by Julie Ann Shahin

Doodles Closeup by Julie Ann Shahin

On this page, I used various markers: Copics, Tombows, and scrapbooking markers. The Copics and Tombows work best on printed inkjet paper, and the scrapbooking marker works for small areas but not for larger areas.  There are also stickers on this page, and some water-soluble crayons too. Working inside circles was a neat creative challenge that I haven’t done before.

Second, here is my word  art page. Since my weekly planner page above was based on our trip to the Jersey Shore this week, I looked for a quotation on travel. “Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent in the ideas of living.” Miriam Beard

This was a fun page to experiment with different styles of lettering and doodling.

 

Word Art Journal Page by Julie Ann Shahin

Word Art Journal Page by Julie Ann Shahin

The steps to creating this page were to

  1. write out the quote varying the lettering for each word
  2. add the lines between the words (I know sometimes this is usually done first)
  3. color in the words
  4. doodle in the spaces between the lines
  5. color in behind the words
  6. color in the doodles
  7. add details

 

And I’d like to show you some of the talent that inspired me:

First, two examples from my extremely talented friend JoAnne Sharpe, (who offers art journal workshops in Fairport, NY if you are in the area -email her to join her email list, email is on her blog):

 

Love the flowers

 

 

I hope you are inspired and have fun with Tangie’s Buildable Journals!

{Studio Box Workshops No. 1} Buildable Art Journals By Tangie

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Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on Tuesdays and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

Art Journaling 101: Buildable Art Journals

Studio Workshop Art Journal Pages by Julie Ann Shahin

Hello friends! Today I’m working with{Studio Box Workshops No. 1} Buildable Art Journals By Tangie.  I have to say that I haven’t had as much fun with hybrid pages in quite a while as with these! I give Tangie’s video tutorials in the workshop two thumbs up.

The photos show you the pages ready to be journaled and doodled in. I can’t wait!

Art Journal Pages by Julie Ann Shahin

The item that took these pages over the top for me, really gave me excitement, was adding water-soluble wax crayons to the printed pages.  I only have about 4 colors that I had bought individually at an art store. You just draw, add water, and it becomes paint! According to Cheap Joe’s, “Because each artist crayon has exceptional covering properties you can apply them over existing color and quickly add some visual punch to a dull area. These watersoluble crayons come in 84 colorfast shades that are mixable for infinite variety of colors. These artist crayons are usable on any material and with many watercolor techniques.”

Caran d'Ache Neocolor II Artists' Water Soluble Crayon

I also used my Copic Black Marker or you can use a Black Sharpie. Either one will write on the printed page, to add doodling, details, and journaling.

 

Art Journal Pages by Julie Ann Shahin

Here’s a look at the full-sized pages:

 

Art Journaling Pages by Julie Ann Shahin

I wish I could tell you all the secrets behind making these pages, but you’ll have to take the workshop to find out! You will totally enjoy it. I’ll share an update with you next week on the progress I’ve made.

 

Take the Workshop:

 

{Studio Box Workshops No. 1} Buildable Art Journals By Tangie

 

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on Tuesdays and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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Hot off the press: {Studio Box Workshops No. 1} Buildable Art Journals and AJC Provisions {Parcel 31} GRAB BAG MADNESS!

… sometimes … boxes are good!

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{Studio Box Workshops No. 1} Buildable Art Journals

Want printed art journal pages like these?

Have you ever wanted to try art journaling on “real” paper,
but don’t want the fuss and mess of ink and paint all over your kitchen table?
Are you scared of Gesso?
Or perhaps you are an avid art journaler already
but would love to have a “base” to get you started?

Then this workshop is for you!
Using the templates & through instructional videos, you will build art journal pages
with the pre-made bases to print and have ready to jot down thoughts
and/or your daily doings in 5 minutes or less a day!
Tip: You can even use these as a planner or calendar!
Tangie will even show you some quick easy ways to incorporate your pages
into existing journals or make one out of your newly printed pages!
Of course this workshop can also be used 100% digital as well.

The Studio Box Workshop

What you need

*A way to watch MP4′s (most computers allow this)
*Printer (or access to a printer)
*Sharpie fine point and medium point marker
(other materials as listed in the supply list are optional!)

This is what you receive

The Pre-made Art Journal pages

The Overlays: Doodles, Masks & Matching Gesso

The Word Art

The BONUS Gesso and Blending Styles for PSE/PS users

The Downloadable Instructional Videos

And end up with pages like these!

See? Easy as that!

Everything can be done digitally too if you don’t want to worry about printing ;-)

 

{COMMERCIAL USE} Paperworn Art Styles & BONUS Action

An amazing breakthrough for art journalers and scrappers alike!
These 7 styles will make your elements & text look worn over your background paper,
as if they are really interacting with it! No more floating paint or titles!

A sample on how it looks on your page.

Interested but in the Personal Use version? Check it out here!

 

And a surprise for this week’s Parcel!

Art Journal Caravan 2011 Provisions {Parcel 31} GRAB BAG MADNESS!

It’s 5th Friday Parcel Madness!
Interrupting our regularly scheduled parcels for an Art Journal Grab Bag Extraordinaire!

You get 6 Products all as shown!
Gesso Clusters No. 2
Dot Dot Dot (Ephemera Dots & Stitches)
Sew Doodly (painted, stitched doodles)
Contrariwise Art Journaling Font
Altered Art Smart Starts No. 8
Paper Shrine Templates

Gesso Clusters No. 2

Dot Dot Dot (Ephemera Dots & Stitches)

Sew Doodly (painted, stitched doodles)

Contrariwise Art Journaling Font

Altered Art Smart Starts No. 8

Paper Shrine Templates

 

Don’t forget Tangie is still guesting at Deviant Scrap for the month of July!

This is what’s been up @ Deviant Scrap

Collage Sheet Mania {1 Week Only}!

Get this amazing deal with 92 printable collage sheets
which are currently exclusive to this bundle!
(This product was sold for just one week last October @ Scrapbookgraphics,
so please make sure you are not repurchasing!)
Brought back from the vault for Tangie’s last week of guesting at Deviant Scrap!

These collage sheets are for crafters, jewelers, art journalers, junque journalers,
teachers, hybrid scrappers and more!
Made from already existing kits in the shop at Scrapbookgraphics,
laid up on a vintage sheet music background, all ready to print in .jpg format!
Simply open a collage sheet and hit print! It’s that easy!
Sized 8×10.5 which makes them printable without full bleed printers.

But hurry!
Only a few more days to grab this deal and then it goes back into the vault!

So lots of new stuff for you to enjoy!

Have a great and creative weekend!

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