Friday, March 25, 2016

Documented Life Project - the unPlanner - Week 12


Welcome back for another peek at my DLP unPlanner!  It wasn't much of a week - I've had other things going on but I did get some fun things created.

My Weekly View is full of doodles, stamping, and funky holidays.  The stamps are by Dylusions and are part of a clear stamp and stencil set only found at Michael's.

link here

The back of this week I used a resist pen (found at Michael's) to doodle a little bit.  I sprayed Dylusions Ink Sprays over the resist and while the yellow doesn't show up very well on the kraft paper it is still very fun.


The PAC challenge this week was to use arrows.  I sprayed an ATC base with Dylusions Ink Sprays in Bubblegum Pink and Vibrant Turquoise and ghosted a brick design (Tim Holtz stencil).  I then used gesso through the same Tim Holtz stencil.

I'm going to have to take photos of these stamp and stencil sets for y'all.  The Arrow stamps are from an Art C Stamp and Cut set called "Feathers" while the word "Inspire" and the compass are from the Tim Holtz set that came with the stencil.




I'd seen Dyan Reavely's video using black and pink dylusions ink to create a journal page.  I decided to do something similar on a large manila tag.

The small sized girl is a Dylusions stamp from a set exclusively at Michael's.

Yes, I kinda went a little crazy buying new supplies a couple of weeks in a row as Michael's was getting new things.  I'll take just have to make a special post about the (apparently) exclusive items.




I love how bright and colorful my List Ten is!  I printed it on white cardstock and then sprayed it with Dylusions Ink Sprays.  I know I'm addicted to my Dylusions but I can't help it.  The vibrancy really just can't be beat!

I used another exclusive-to-Michael's Tim Holtz stamp set - I swear you'll be seeing a post about this in April! - and black archival ink to stamp the map and plane.  I used my favorite white pen to doodle and create my list.

On the back of my List Ten, I sprayed Dylusions again and used a small paint brush dipped in white india ink to write my quote.  Whipped Spackle through a stencil and painty reinforcers finished it off.


That's my week leading up to Easter!  I hope you were able to spend an enjoyable holiday with your family.

I'll be back next week for the last of March!

Until then,






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