DAP-journal – June 11th and 12th, 2022

Hello and happy Tuesday! Here are the next two pieces from my Daily Art Journal 2022, in which I create using the Artist Almanac 2022 as my starting point for the daily page.

For the red page I simply fussy cut the almanac pages sentiment and created a bold red and yellow toned backgorund with Distress Paints and a stencil. Next I added some Signo uni-ball white pen marks here and there and finished the page off with a Tim Holtz paper doll.

For the June 12th page I added an old book page piece to go with the almanac page, then applied 3 tones of Distress Paint and a little white gesso on top. I also fussy cut some random alphas onto the page as well as stamped the numbers with a Klartext stamp and black stamp ink.

I have also been crafting some sailing themed cards recently, but cannot share just yet. Be sure to come by next week to take a look at those ;-).

Have a nice evening,
xxx, Sanna


Daily Art Journal – May 7th

Hello and happy Tuesday! Today I am sharing another Daily Art Journal page from my journal. This is May 7th:

For this page I used pearlescent watercolours on the background to mimic the almanac´ s colours. I added some hair to the face by drawing it with a Stabilo all black pencil. then I drew leaves onto the background using the same pen.

The face got Neocolor 2 pink cheeks and I also again added a “Denglish” stamp sentiment (by Klartext) onto the page.

I hope you enjoyed today´ s inpiration post. See you again tomorrow!
xxx, Sanna


Daily Art Journal – May 6th

Hello and happy Monday! Today I am again sharing another Daily Art Practice piece from my journal. This one is May 6th:

I used a piece of green japanese paper on the background. It was not exactly the same tone, but I didn´ t have the exact colour available. In addition I cut off some olf book paper bits (into circles) and added them to the page. I also drew similar pattens with a black pen onto the green paper and added an old photo and a postal stamp as well as a 7gypsies number on top.

For stamping I again used a Klartext stamps “Denglisch” stamp set sentiment. It means something like this: A matter that has been thoroughly discusses should now be forgotten and not talked about anymore.

That´ s all for today. See you tomorrow with another post!
xxx, Sanna


Daily Art Journal – May 5th

Hello and happy Sunday! Today I am again sharing another page from my “DAJ” (daily art journal). Here is may 5th:

I used Neocolor 2 crayons for this one again and pearlescent watercolours for the background.

And I added again a Klartext “Denglish” stamp image onto the page. This means translated into proper english something like: enjoy your life to the fullest. That is a good reminder for a Sunday, isn´ t it?

Have a great one!
xxx, Sanna


Essen gehen – Dani Peuss

Hello and happy Wednesday! Today I am sharing yet another layout that I created using the Dani Peuss September Kit and some Klartext stamps. Now this is not my usual go-to paper colour, but for some reason, it felt right for these photos.

I combined the Simple Stories Let´ s Go collection with the Dani Peuss paper (both included in the kit) and added some bits from the Sticker sale bag that I bought in summer from the Dani Peuss store. I love adding some bits and bobs to my layouts.

These photos were taken during Corona and it was one of the occations, we actually could go out to eat for a change. And it felt very good to go to a real restaurant.

We stayed quite a while there and enjoyed the company of friends and had so good food and a few drinks too. Being in and out of lockdowns was the normal procedure during that time and getting the possibility to go out and enjoy a relatively normal nicht out was truly something special. Thus the layout!

My travelling themed September kit sure has stretched out to suit quite a few other everyday life themes too! So as you can see, you don´ t necessarily have to go with the travel theme, if you don´ t want to :).

I hope you have enjoyed my September kit shares so far! See you tomorrow with another Daily Art Journal page.

Take care,
xxx, Sanna