AS FEATURED ON: The PaperArtsy Blog – Video Using Die cuts

I’m over on the PaperArtsy blog today with a new walkthrough video. The theme for the PaperArtsy challenge at the moment is ‘Die Cuts’ so my video shows a start to finish process video for an art journal page using some of my latest PaperArtsy products and Fresco Finish paints.

Kim Dellow: Art journals page for PaperArtsy using die cuts

I am using my third stamp set, PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Kim Dellow} Stamps EKD03, with my new stencils to decorate this page. Yep! If you haven’t seen them yet I have three new stencils as part of my PaperArtsy range! They should be hitting the shops soon so keep an eye out for them. I’m super excited about them because I do love stencils and I quite often make my own from paper and card so having some of my very own long-lasting Mylar ones is fantastic!

In the video I am covering various ideas for how to incorporate die-cuts in art journal pages such as using them to build focal points or for adding texture and dimension and even for using them as a tool to help add colour during the making of the page. They are some of my favourite die cut and mixed media mash-up techniques that I am sharing, so I hope you have fun with them too!

Kim Dellow: close up of an Art journals page for PaperArtsy using die cuts

The die-cut challenge is running on the PaperArtsy blog until 16th Oct 2016 and if you add your PaperArtsy-inspired make to their challenge page you could win £50 to spend in the shop, so don’t forget to link up your work!

You can see the video either over on the PaperArtsy blog or over on my YouTube channel. I also have a mini tutorial on the PaperArtsy blog with still photos if you can’t watch the video at the moment because you boss is in the office and you forgot your headphones *wink*!

Right, I’m off! Catch you later!


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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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