Join me in my art studio as I show you how to use a stacked collage to create a simple and quick art journal page. While I am using a neutral colour palette for this page, you can use all the colors of the rainbow in your own art journal!
Watch the process: Using collage stacks in your art journal
This is the third demo in my series on how to use a neutral color palette in your art journal.
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If you enjoyed this video, you will also love this mixed media collage tutorial and these tutorials on how to use a neutral color palette in your art journal.
And here’s the finished page! Isn’t it gorgeous? Don’t forget to pin this for later – inspiration at your fingertips!
Acrylic paints in your chosen neutral palette. I used the following:
Pebeo paints: Payne’s grey, Raw sienna, Titanium Buff, Yellow ochre
Camel paints: Black, Burnt umber, grey
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More art journaling inspiration
If you’re looking for more inspiration, take a look at all of my art tutorials or join me for the Inner You e-course to learn how to use I AM statements.
Want to up your art journal game? Then join me for Book of Days 2022, a collaborative e-course that will take you on a deep dive into mixed media art journaling. In this year-long course, we will focus on all the ways that working with journal art can enrich and enhance our lives. The course is suitable for everyone from beginners to advanced artists, and will help you to create and maintain a practice of meeting yourself on the page.
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