Daily Art Practice – May 20-22

Hello and happy Tuesday! Today I am sharing 3 tiny pages from my DAP-Journal at once:

This is May 20th: done with the almanac page, then added a magazine image, some Neocolor 2´ s and finished the page off with a Klartext stamp. The stamped sentiment tranlates to: “to dream”.

This is May 21st: Here again I tried to continue the feeling of the original almanac page and did that by using Distress Paints, a magazine image of a dance and a Klartext stamped word which translates to “to dance”.

And finally, May 22nd: On this page I again used Distress Paints, a Posca pen in black and a Klartext stamp which translates to: “to laugh”. So this actually is a kind of series, in a way.

I hope you enjoyed today´ s share and hopefully I could inspire you also abit.
Take care,
xxxx, Sanna


Daily Art Practice – April 13th

Hello and happy Wednesday! Today I am again stopping by to share another Daily Art Practice Jounal page with you. These have always the Artist Almanac pages as their starting point. This is what I ended up making:

For this page I simply continued the background feeling and added stamping and fussy cut elements to it. Also some Posca pink pen marks are here and there on the background.

To add the stencil pattern to the page I used STAMPlorations stencils from my stencil line there with Distress Paints. And to finish the page off I used Klartext stamps again.

I hope your week is a nice one!
xxx, Sanna


Daily Art Practice – April 4th

Hello and happy Wednesday! Today I am sharing another daily art journal practice page with you.

This one is again done using some paper scraps from my stash of leftover bits and distress paints. Those I again combined with Klartext stamps and a black pen.

I when with circles this time, since there were circles on the almanac page too. The leftover bits matched the colours quite well, I just needed to add some purple distress paint on top to get a deeper tone. Worked out quite well.

Now that I am again back from our summer vacation, I will be sharing more Dani Peuss kit related work again too. Stay tuned for next week for the September kit reveal and there might also be some vacation related layouts and minis coming up ;-).

Until then, take care,
xxx, Sanna


Daily Art Journal – April 3rd

Hello and happy Monday! Today I am sharing yet another Daily Art Journal page, created with the Artist Almanac 2022 as a starting point.

I added green and red Distress Paint to the background to mimic the Almanac page and then did some asemic writing, some random stamping with black stamp ink and Klartext stamps to create a similar feel to the background like on the almanac page.

After adhering the almanac piece on top I added more stamping, some crayon marks and white and black Stabilo all circles here and there. These are not my go-to colours when creating, at least not in combination like this, but I really enjoyed creating the same feel to the background.

See you again on Wednesday with another page!
Take care,
xxx, Sanna


Daily Art Practice – April 2nd

Hello and happy Saturday! Today I am again sharing another daily art practice page from my Artisti Almanac inspired art journal. This time a crazy collage type of page:

I am so much enjoying this again, I truly needed the break from creating in this journal. I find that my pages are much more free and crazy, I am not giving much thought to creating “beautiful” pages. I just go with the flow! And that feels good. From this process I am hoping to find some new techniques in the end and maybe new ideas and development.

I was gifted some magazines from a work colleague and after reading them I though it is a shame to just toss them. So I am adding lots of magazine bits to the pages recently (I bet you have noticed that). Here again on the background lovely Distress Paints, Distress Crayons and the almanac page from 2nd of April cut into small pieces and scattered around the page. The stamping is again Klartext. You might think, oh that is ugly! Yes, might be, but SO MUCH FUN!

See you next week with more pages to share!
xxx, Sanna