Aladine and Rita Barakat Have Teamed Up!

Aladine is a wonderful French company that specializes in different mediums. They have mists, ink, pigment, texture paste and glitter paint! I first saw them at Creativation 2019 demoing the glitter paint.

I tried researching more on the products they carry, but came up with nothing. When I was asked to participate in this collaboration between Aladine and Rita Barakat I jumped at it! I spent days playing with everything they sent me and put together an extensive video on it all here:

Plenty of Fish

With all those lovely samples made during the video I created this in my art journal:

For the background I used the pigment ink, water and stencil brush to cover the background. I misted a bubble stencil over the page and finally added some more bubbles with the texture paste. I created a trail of bubbles with the sample sheets created on the video. The mermaid was colored with the liquid pigment and rubbing alcohol. The sentiment has been rolling around in my head for quite some time. I am so happy to finally have it documented.

Make sure you hop through to the other designers to see their projects. Leave comments along the way for more chances to win!

Hop List:

Rita Barakat

Martha Lucia Gomez Hernandez

Betz Golden

Michelle Wells

Margie Higuchi

Yolie

Until next time ~ Happy Crafting!

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Walking in my Shoes

I fell in love with the new Dyary line from Dylusions. Well, let’s face it…I like everything Dylusions comes out with! However, this month they released an amazing new large planner! Now, I need another planner like I need a hole in my head. However, her planners (that she calls Dyary) are awesome because they have her beautiful background pages in them. I hate my handwriting and need lines to write, so I thought this would make a great Quotes journal!

Here are the links to the supplies I used to create this into page into my journal:
I am starting a new series on my channel, Behind the Art, in which I am creating. The camera is above my work station and I have sped up the video and turned off the sound. My first episode was creating this! Please check it out and leave me some feedback. Do you like it? How do you feel about no sound? Was it to fast or just right? 
Until next time ~ Happy Crafting!