Write on my skin, bring me to life

My quote for this week is “Write on my skin, bring me to life” from the song “Write on me” by fifth harmony.

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For my background i used ppd always creative butterfly patterns tissue paper. I glued it on to my page and then used purple and marmalade colored distress ink from Tim Holtz to color in the tissue paper using a Ranger blending tool. I then mixed white modelling paste with pink glitter and put it through a Tim Holtz alphabet stencil over the background. Once that had dried I used a script stamp with black archival ink over the dried modelling paste.

Hand2

For my first page I drew two hands with pencil on watercolor paper and then I colored them with aqua spectrum watercolor pens and dried them as I added water to them to create a special effect. Once they had dried I used white modelling paste through a Tim Holtz alphabet stencil over the hands and once the modelling paste had dried I stamped over it with a script stamp using black archival ink. I then drew four pencils onto watercolor paper and colored them with aqua spectrum watercolor pens as I did with the hands and used the same stencil and stamp with modelling paste and black archival ink. I glued black sequins to the fingers of the hands and to the whole of the pencil. I then glued one of the hands on the page and two of the pencils on the page. Once they were glued down I used promarker to outline the images.

Hand3

For my second page I used the other two pencils and the remaining hand. I glued them down and then did the quote. I took a piece of watercolor paper and sprayed it with red dylusions ink and red Mister Huey’s color mist. I then stamped down the quote with dovecraft stamps on the paper using black archival ink. I then cut out the words individually and put half of the quote on the left hand and the other half on the right hand. I then used promarker to outline the quote.

As a finishing touch I colored another piece of watercolor paper with red dylusions ink and red Mister Huey’s color mist and stamped it with my script stamp using black archival ink, I then cut out stars using my star paper cutter and glued them around my page. I also used flower and butterfly embellishments to certain parts of the pages.

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