Vintage Traveller

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I spent a lovely time up in the attic today playing in my journal. I created a page using blended Distress Ink,( Antique Linen, Tea Dye and Vintage Photo)spritzed water. I stamped with the same inks using Tim’s anonymous set .
Layering stencil added another interesting element using Ground Expresso, with remnant rubs continuing the travel theme.
The gentleman I like to think was a self made man who dreams of travelling,he is waiting for his luggage to arrive. I created some layers with Tims pocket pages, stickers, die cut rusted cogs. I die cut the frame from Tim’s metallic paper, used a travel texture fade and gave it the industrial treatment. A few Chit chat stickers made the title.

I decided to enter the fun challenge at A Vintage Journey, check out their DT work, its amazing!


Jan x

5 thoughts on “Vintage Traveller

  1. Fabulous AJ page, Jan!! Love the layers that you’ve built, especially those rusty looking gears–perfect for this travelling man. Also love the industrialized frame you created–that touch of silver adds so much!! Good luck at AVJ!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ XOXO-Shari

  2. What a wonderful travel journal cover you have created here – beautiful die cuts, metal, stampings and staining! thank you for sharing it with us at the AVJ vintage travel challenge! Julia xx

  3. A lovely travel themed journal page Jan. Good use of the diecuts and ephemera . Love the littel plane flying in from the left ! Thanks for joining us at A Vintage Journey Amanda x

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