Friday, 22 January 2021

Scrapping4fun Challenge #184

Hello my dear lovely crafty friends, Welcome back to my blog. 

A very warm good morning in this cold cold weather. Hope everyone is safe at home and doing good. Here the weather is so cold but we don't get any snow here at our place. 

Welcome back to Scrapping4fun Challenge Blog with this fortnight Challenge and this time our theme is

And our lovely sponsor for this challenge is

I have created an double page art journal this time again. These I have been playing with lot of mediums and learning techniques so art journal is the best for that kind of thing and I'm loving it very much. 

● To create this journal pages, I have used brayer for the first time.

● I took 3 colours of  my favourite chalk paint, I started building the layers using light to dark tone and next to more highlight, I came in reverse, from dark to light shades. I was happy how the background turnout.

● To add texture, I used stencil and ink, blended it using blending tool.

● Next using dye ink and script stamp, I stamped on both page and with same dye ink, I did distressing the edges of the pages.

● Now I glued the decoupage cutout and adhered it with liquid glue.

● I took a 4" by 4" stencil to add the sentence and I used dye ink and blending foam.

● Finally I finished the pages by adding few enmal dots.

I hope you like it. Please do leave me a feedback so that I can improve myself more. 

● Materials Used ●

●Little Birdie Crafts Home Decor Collection Matt Chalk Paints - Muted Teal, Teal Tango, Tuscan Teal.
●Ranger Brayer 3 -5/16 Medium.
●Dylusion Small Art Journal Book.
●Little Birdie Crafts - Decomagic Matt Decoupage Glue.
●Honeycomb Stencil - CrafTangles.
●Create Your Stencil - iCraft.
●Chocolate Brown Dye Ink Pad - Tubby Craft.
●Sapphire Blue Dye Ink Pad - Tubby Craft.
●54 Metallic & Enamel Dots - My Minds Eye.
●Pigma Micron 03 Archival Ink.
●Art Clear Designer Dries Clear Adhesive.

Linking to - **Art*Journal*Journey* - Favourite  Things. 

Happy Crafting and Stay Safe. 

Created by 

● Meena Gauthami Herale ●

A Bedridden Artist 


  1. A Wonderful composition Meena - love you wonderful textural background - that is amazing!
    Stay safe

  2. Oooo I love your creation Meena,great job.
    Thank you for your sweet response on my blog.
    Hugs, Wilma xx

  3. My sincere apologies for taking so long to visit. Sometimes life gets in the way of computer time. I'm so far behind, I may never catch up, but I'm trying.

    For using a brayer for the first time, you did a marvelous job. I love the background and you certainly know how to put your stencils to good use. This is an amazing entry for Art Journal Journey and we thank you for linking, too.

  4. What a sweet girl.You created a great background and I love the layering and details. Brayers work great, don't they? Thanks for joining us with your pages at Art Journal Journey. It is very much appreciated. Hugs-Erika

  5. Brayers and me don't partner well, but you did a fab job with yours. Your background is awesome and I really love that precious girl. This is a very positive and sweet - we do have to make our own sunshine at times. Another fab page.