Art Journaling 101
Taught by Tina Hois
JOYfilled Arts & Crafts Virtual Summer Camp July 22-24
In this fun interactive two hour Art Journaling Workshop filled with tips, tricks and techniques~ you will create your very own no sew mini journal and complete six double page spreads plus the cover!
The workshop is geared to both beginners and experienced journalists that want to get their hands messy, create intuitively and find new inspiration.
What you will explore:
Tackling the blank page by creating beautiful textured backgrounds
How to use gesso & molding paste in your journals to add depth and dimension
Working with acrylics
Incorporating stencil art
No Skill Level Required
PAINT & MEDIUMS
- 4 acrylic paints various colors (warm or cool~I used folk art acrylic from Michaels)
- Black acrylic paint
- White acrylic paint
- paint pallet tray or paper
- Modeling Paste ~ any modeling paste will work
Black paint marker ( I used Posca)
PAPERS & ACCENTS
4 pieces of white card stock ~8.5”x11”
1 piece of white cardstock 12×12
1 piece of red cardstock~ 8.5”x11
Old book from thrift shop
Any other decorative papers you would love to add~ optional
6×6 stencil ( I used a mandala stencil from amazon but please feel free to use a stencil of your choice)
Patterned acrylic or wood stamp ~ some examples
- Embroidery needle
- Cotton embroidery thread – light color
- Small scissors
- Masking tape
- Glue stick
- Heat tool or blow dryer
- Paintbrush ~ flat wide tip
- 6 Triangle makeup sponges
- Pack of baby wipes
- Paper towel
- empty water jar to clean brush
- Water bottle spray
- angled paint spatula
- old credit card
Available for Online Attendance
I have been creating since I can remember with crayons and cross stitch being my first creative adventures.
As life happens I started a career and left creativity on the sidelines until I had my first child.
It was then~22 years ago that I was introduced to scrapbooking and it was as if the lights came back on!
I could not get enough of the papers, the punches, the embellishments, oh my!
It was onward and forward.
My career path took a turn and I started something I truly loved ~ working with a creative team of individuals for one of North America’s leading craft retailers, teaching and creating artful workshops.
It’s been over 10 years and I know that I will never put down the paint brush again.
Tina Hois ARt is my little corner in the art world, a place that makes me happy~ where I learn, create and inspire.