AS FEATURED ON: Blitsy – How To Make A Mica Powder Journal Page

This week has just been full of tutorials for me. Monday I had a full step by step for an art journal page made using stamping and masking here on my blog, Wednesday I uploaded a technique video to my YouTube Channel and now, today, I have a tutorial over on the Blitsy blog.

Actually the tutorial today follows on perfectly from my technique video from Wednesday and went part way to inspiring it. Because today’s tutorial is all about using powders, the Mica and Artisan powders from Prima Marketing and my video on Wednesday was also about using water-soluble powdered pigments, but different ones. Both tutorials involve a bit of embossing ink to apply the powders and show what amazing effects you can get with different powders.

Kim Dellow Sea-inspired art journal page

I went for a bit of a seaside theme this week, it was totally unintentional but with Summer in full swing I can’t help but think of walks on the beach, can you or is that just me? I’ve also managed to squeeze a little bit of brush writing in this page which is definitely still a hot trend!

Do go take a look at my Blitsy blog post ‘How To Make A Mica Powder Journal Page’. Then check out my new technique video on YouTube, or here on my blog. I hope they give you lots of ideas about how you can use these techniques to apply water-soluble pigment powders to your next project.

Happy beach time you all!


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Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

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