Come Fly With Me- art journal page for Tutorial Tuesday with Asia

Welcome back!
Happy to see you on Rubber Dance blog and hopefully you'd like what I've prepared for you today:) It's an easy page, but this is also my favourite type of art journaling. It does not always have to be complicated to look good;) 
I decided to make a short video of the whole process for you  to watch step-by-step how I created this page. It was a last, undone page in my art journal and well, it was pink as it was an inside cover. To get rid of this pink colour I decided to do a small trick and glued a piece of scrapbooking paper on it. The paper is very subtle in its design and the colours were perfectly matching what I had in mind. I love brown, vintage looking pages and I had the stamps to just match it perfectly!
I used 3 beautiful sets of stamps from Rubber Dance- I love working with them and I come back to them once in a while:) The sets are: Stitch & Frame, Round in Circles and Flying Ink Bottle. 

So I did some stamping, some masking and some embossing with the stamps. Then I added splatter of colours,  some fussy cutting, added  small embellishments  and the project is done.

Enjoy the video:

Here are my supplies:

And some close-ups:

Rubber Dance stamps  used:

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Susanne Rose said…
Super beautiful and vintag page! Love it!
Gorgeous page! Great video, thanks for sharing ❤
ingunnsinekort said…
I am sitting in my living room alone, laughing out loud when you give the man artificial wings, and showing the poor fella cut in half too :) That`s a creative mind at work!
Thanks for the inspiration!
Bibi Lindahl said…
Wonderful project and great video tutorial, Asia dear! I learn a lot from looking at your process. Thank you so much for showing off my stamps so beautifully! ♥ ♥ ♥
I love this grungy creation Asia, a really striking piece of art
Donna xx

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