Water Colors Adventures: Art Journaling

Hi dear crafty friends!

Recently I told you I discovered water colors but now I can say I can't get enough of them. So I continue my Water Colors Adventures: Art Journaling. I love their look on an art journal page and I love the color play, layers and transparency I can achieve with them.

Water Colors Adventures: Art Journaling

This time I challenged my self not only to continue playing with water colors but also to create a page without a title or a quote. It was a struggle. I kept feeling the page is too empty and had to go back to it several times and add more details. It was also a great thing to discover that water colors go really well with stencils too. I kind of liked the bluring of the lines and that some of the paint seeped under the stencil. 




If you haven't tried water colors before please give it a try. I know I said it before but I ask you again to try. Water colors are so forgiving and easy to use that you are really missing out if you don't try. I've been avoiding water colors for a long time simply because I thought it's too complicated for me, but once I started I couldn't stop. You don't need to share your creations so nobody will see them but you owe it to yourself to try.



When I started this page I had no idea what to do so my process was to cover the page with some colors while using a stencil of a woman's silhouette. Then I added some circles and suddenly I saw a field of flowers. So I added lots of details with a black pen and even more silhouettes and my pages was ready.

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