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Cute Can Be Creepy – Halloween(ish) Art Journal Page

Although my 7 Days of Halloween series has finished for 2018, I’m still in the mood for a little creepiness! I found some great creepy cute dolls heads on a public domain royalty free website so thought I’d use them for another spooky halloween(ish) art journal page!

Click below to watch my art journal process from start to finish.

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7 Days of Halloween Day 4 – “If You’ve Got it…” – Art Journal Page

For my 4th Halloween project for 2018, I’m creating another art journal page. This time a double page spread in my black 8×8 Dylusions creative journal. The black pages are a great starting point to build up some spooky layers with Halloween colours and textures in the background, topped off with some fun & quirky Halloween focal images.

To watch how I created my double page spread, simply click the YouTube link below!

Digital images can be found here:–>

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7 Days of Halloween Day 1 – Mission: Inspiration – October (Halloween Version 1)

Has it been a month already! Wow – where has the time gone! So it’s the first Saturday of a new month and so it’s time for a brand new Mission: Inspiration. This month we have two versions of the October Mission, one for those who like Halloween and one for those that don’t! This is Version 1 – The Halloween version!

The prompt list is below, please feel free to download and use in your blogs, vlogs, insta, YouTube and Facebook posts.

You can watch how I created my Art Journal page using this month’s prompts by clicking my YouTube link below – It’s also the start of my annual 7 Days of Halloween series -so there are a few more Halloween projects to follow!

If you’d like to join us over on our Facebook group and join in with the monthly art challenges, click the link below!

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Another Mid Century Style Art Journal Page – Beautiful Chaos

I had a  little creative itch to scratch – this is the result. It’s a follow-on to my previous mid-century style art journal page post & video! This time in a slightly bigger format than previously and instead of ink, I’ve used acrylic paint! Click below to watch from start to finish!