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Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling with Artomology Collection with Angela Tombari

Hello everyone! Angela Tombari back with you today sharing a couple of journal pages I made with the Jane Davenport Artomology collection. You can see my first post here.

Spellbinders Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling with Artomology Collection with Angela Tombari

I think of journaling pretty much like meditation, playing with art supplies and colors is therapeutic, it leaves me peaceful and positively satisfied, no matter the result. Here, I’ve played a lot with colors, especially Jane Davenport Markers and Washi Paper Sheets.

Spellbinders Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling with Artomology Collection with Angela Tombari

I started working on a piece of watercolor paper, coloring big dots with Jane Davenport Markers and a stencil. I used different colors for each dot and then adhered the Eye Candy die cuts. To create dimension, I die-cut the word Candy three times and adhered together.

A quick tip: the Eye Candy die comes with one eye die only. To make the second eye, I simply reversed the die-cut.

Spellbinders Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling with Artomology Collection with Angela Tombari

For the second page I basically worked in the same way, changing the background from dots to stripes colored with the Jane Davenport Markers.

Spellbinders Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling with Artomology Collection with Angela Tombari

The whimsical girls from the Washi Sheets collection are absolutely divine and I love how they beautifully match the colors of the Markers on the page.

Spellbinders Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling with Artomology Collection with Angela Tombari

I watercolored the outline of two pages of my art journal and adhered a few stripes of Washi Sheets here and there. Finally, when dry, I adhered the two layouts with a strong adhesive and voilà.

Spellbinders Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling with Artomology Collection with Angela Tombari

Spellbinders Supplies:

Other supplies:

Watercolor paper, watercolor

Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you liked my pages and you’ll try journaling. I’ll see you soon here on the Spellbinders blog.

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