Oddball Art Co Girly/Glam Challenge

Hey Guys! It’s that time again. The Oddball Art Co blog is having a challenge and the team is Glam/Girly. I created an art journal page for my project and had lots of fun messing around with creating my own resist for the first time ever. I used a white Gelly Roll pen and a Heidi Swapp stencil to create all the little white bubbles on the page. Once I sprayed down Dylusions in Bubblegum Pink and Lemon Zest, the white Gelly Roll resisted and left a cool pattern on the page! The flower pattern you see is created by an Inkadinkadoo stamp set with Archival black ink. After that I added some tissue paper (the grid design) for some interest on the page. I just adhered that down with Mod Podge. I did use a little bit of Picked Raspberry Distress paint and just smeared it in various places on the background for a grungier look that still remained a bit pretty! Finished the page up with a border that I drew with my Smash Book Smash pen and my black Pitt big brush pen. The white on the border was made with a Sharpie white oil marker. I added a glittery Prima butterfly for an extra bit of femme. The quote, “Dream Big” is just some Mambi chipboard stickers. Hope you guys like the page! I had tons of fun just experimenting with mixed media techniques.



If you’re itching to show off your skills for the Girly/Glam challenge, visit the blog and upload your crafty creation using a digi that is girly/glam. The challenge will run for a month and the prize is 3 free digi stamps from the Oddball Art Co shop. I would love to see what you guys create!

Below I posted some more close-up shots of my project!








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