Art Journal

Art Journal Page: Christmas Rudolph


Hello again! Days left for the big day and I keep enjoying crafting for the festive season πŸ™‚

This page has been challenging for you, because I couldn’t make my mind long time. I started and changed the set up 3 times trying to salvage the situation πŸ™‚ In the end, I think 3rd time lucky time, I managed it. Hope you enjoy, you can watch the video below to see how I created it:

As usual you can find full list of supplies below of at the description area in YouTube.

I had this idea of having a foggy winter look. I started from the border this time. I embossed snowflakes through the border using 3 different embossing powders: Opaque bright white, silver and sparkling snow. This way, I got a variety rather than same color. Then I started painting my page with Distress Blueprint Sketch. As I put the color on the page, embossed areas resisted, and came through from the blue paint, which created an organic look. I also did some splashes to add on the snowy look.img_2860

I used the light bulbs die from Lawn fawn. I imagined them as ornaments. I stamped some design from another ornament stamp set on them with Versamark to emboss again with White and Silver. I made them look like they are hanging using a metallic red thread.img_2858

Then after changing the rest of the page two times, I ended up with a very cute Rudolph I found on . I put him on ground full of snow. I created the snow with snow marker. And I gave him a cute santa hat πŸ™‚ I added my sentiment with stickers. And that was it!


I hope you like it. If you do, please don’t forget to Like, comment or share it.

Full list of supplies are down below.

See you next time!

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