I am totally in love with Junque Journals. Although it's a stretch for me to be free in my art, I'm trying to embrace the Junque Journal anything goes creating.
You might remember this piece from an earlier post:
I decided to use this on the cover of my first junque journal. After putting the booklet together, I added Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts to the inside pages and will use them as tuck behinds.
I love this detailed typewriter (coming soon). It's etched so no need to paint, ink, etc. You can find more of the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Typewriters here: Typewriters
One of my favorite items to use are these Fern Fronds. They're light looking and will bend in any direction. For these I painted them (actually pounced paint on) using two colors of green acrylic. Then added a layer of Goosebumps spray.
These Chip Clips are easy to alter and come in handy for any ephemera you want to capture. This one was painted with
- bronze acrylic paint around the outside
- Prima Moss Rust Effect paint on the key and lock
- Seth Apter's Baked Texture: Chunky Rust
It's a work in progress for me.
Hope you follow my journey with junque journals!
Thanks for visiting
I used the following GSLCuts items in this project: