Daily Art Practice – Day 18

Hello and happy Wednesday. Another day of my daily art practice is done and dusted. This time with Day 18 of the Artist Almanac 2022.

I used some Neocolor 2´ s, STAMPlorations stencils (from my line there), gelli printed tissue residues, Dina Wakley Gloss Sprays and of course another “Denglisch” stamp sentiment.

The particular one translates to: *sorry in advance for the language* Get lost! / Kiss my a..! / go to he..! / damn you!.

This is all for today – do come back tomorrow for another page. See you then! xxx, Sanna

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Daily Art Practice – Day 10

Happy Tuesday! This is my take for day 10 for the Daily Art Practice with the Artist Almanac 2022.

I used some tissue paper from Tina Walker on the background with Gansai Tambi Watercolours. On top I added the fussy cut pieces of today´ s almanac page. Some became coulds, some “rocks”. I used a piece of washi tape which made me go crazy. It was stuck and I just could not get it rolling…

Instead of using the Klartext stamps this time, I chose some Tim Holtz stickers and ephemera. I think they work well with the colour combo of the page.

Thanks for stopping by to see my contribution of the day. See you again tomorrow!!
Take care, Sanna

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Daily Art Practice – Day 4

Hello lovelies! Today´ s art practice is live! This time it´ s a tag. I will be doing these smaller pieces from time to time to add them to my journal. I am creating more interactive pages, because I have to fit in a full year and it only has a limited amount of pages :).

Here is the video:

The stamped sentiment under the date is again from a Klartext stamp set called “Denglisch” (see supply list). And here are some more photos:

I just wripped the beautiful 4th of January almanac page into smaller pieces to add it to my tag as a background. I found it quite hard to put it into pieces, because I liked it so much as it is. :). Who else identifies with this?

See you again tomorrow! Oh, and I will of course be posting other stuff here too, not just these daily practices. So some days you will find more than one post going live. Going to be a busy, busy year for me ;-). Wish me luck!

Happy crafting,
xxxx, Sanna

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Immer optimistisch bleiben

Hello and happy Thursday! Today I´ m stopping by to share another “junk art” piece. This one has mainly product from my junk bag. the only things I added outside of the bag are the stenciling, stamping and paints. Rest is all just random leftovers and junk. I am really into making these mixed media pieces lately, because they are so much fun. They allow me just to add random stuff onto a piece and find a way to make it work for me.

And somehow they turn out to my liking without any exact before-planning. And that is what makes it so much fun! There is some texture paste added thru my STAMPlorations stencil, then some Klartext stamp images on the background and as a sentiment. Dina Wakley Scribble Sticks and Distress Paints for color and tissue paper as well as random leftover bits like the inked & dried out baby wipe strip. SO MUCH FUN!

Hope your day was great?! Mine was really good. I spent the afternoon with my son out in the city. We did some shopping and just chatted some. I´ m such a lucky boy-mom to have two boys who don´ t mind going shopping with their mom. Who said only girl-moms could do shopping sprees with their kids?! 🙂

And now I am really tired, so I´ ll go and and relax abit.
xxx, Sanna

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Alt genug

Hello and happy Thursday! Today´ s share is a mixed media piece, created using various leftover pieces from my “junk bag”. I was thinking I could frame this piece and give it away as a present to someone :).

On the background I have a gelli printed tissue piece, then some stenciling with Nuvo Crackle Mousse thru a STAMPlorations stencil. After that I´ ve got some Distress Paint and some Nuvo Shimmer Powder added to the background. The circles are from a leftover Glossy Spray sprayed piece. I just fussy cut them and added some outlining with a Posca pen. For finishing touches I added a stamped sentiment (using Klartext stamps) and a vintage figure that I also fussy cut out of a poster.

Here you can see some of the shimmer powder on the left bottom corner, by the way. I will add this piece to my “ugly art” mixed media piece collection. I really enjoy doing these artworks, because it allows me to just play and add stuff without giving it too much thought.

Wishing you a great Thursday evening – it´ s almost Friday, lovelies!
xxx, Sanna

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