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Art Journal Sketchy Figures Digi Download

Now and again you come across an art journaling staple that you don’t have or even know you needed! These sketchy style figures are just one of those must-have items for anyone who art journals. They’re so versatile and can be used in many different ways – and if you’re not very confident with your own drawing skills this new digi-download set is ideal!

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There are 6 sets of figures, 5 sets featuring vintage papers, adverts, maps and music (music not shown). Plus one all white template set for you to cut out and use with your own stash of underused papers! Click the image above for more info.

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7 Days of Halloween – Day 6 – Coffin Shaped Halloween Cards

For Day 6 in my 7 Days of Halloween series I’m sharing a FREEBIE!!! Yes! a free digi template to make the coffin shaped cards you can see above! To see how I created them and how the template works, click the YouTube link below!

Grab your FREE 2 page Hi-Res PDF coffin card template by clicking the image below! Enjoy!!

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Austenesque Digi Collections Just Added

If you’re a fan of Jane Austen and/or the Regency period then these new digi collections will be right up your avenue! A new collection of regency themed ephemera and a set of 8 Regency styled 8″x8″ digi papers have just been added to my website for you to purchase and download right now!

For more information or to make your purchase simply click the images below!

It makes no sense or sensibility not to!

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Collage Art Journal Page – Average?

Today I’m in the mood for weird…does this count? I’ve used a new digi collage kit in the creation of this art journal page which you can find by clicking the image below. It’s now available to purchase in my webshop!

It works with both large and smaller art journals – I used the larger of the two focal images in the creation of my page in my Dina Wakley Multisurface Art Journal. I also used mostly Dina Wakley Media Acrylic Paints, some bubble wrap and an old bank card.

To watch how I created my page from start to finish in real time with just the boring drying time taken out, you can click the YouTube link below.