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Welcome to Life Documented Week 22 with Rebecca

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Rebecca Janousek here as your host for the week! So let's get into Week 22!
Monthly Theme - Bold & Bright Quote - "Boldly be a Pop of Color in a Black & White World" Prompt - Layer stencils and use baby wipes to erase and soften Technique - Make a shaped flap/page in your journal
So I was trying to utilize some of my more unloved supplies this week, once of which is my stencils and even my new scribble sticks! So this week I found a way to use them together! (Don't worry if you don't have the scribble sticks! You can use oil pastels, pastels or even crayons!)
I started out by quickly gessoing my pages then I scraped some pink and yellow paint over the pages 




I grabbed a stencil and some baby wipes and rubbed away some of the paint! 




Then I did the same thing with some lavender paint and a stencil. 


After the purple I added white paint and used the wipe and stencil again. I just love the effects that this technique leaves you with! 


I used my scribble sticks to mak…

Welcome to Life Documented Week 21 With Anna

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Hello, all you lovely documenters! 
Anna Friesen here, and privileged to be your guest this week here on the blog for Week 21!
Visit the FB page here:  Life Documented 2017
Monthly Theme:Bold and Bright Quote:"Whatever is TRUE, whatever is NOBLE, whatever is PURE, whatever is LOVELY, whatever is ADMIRABLE  - if anything is EXCELLENT or PRAISEWORTHY -  think about these things.   - Phillipians 4:8 NIV PROMPT: Use stencils to decorate your backgrounds TECHNIQUE:stencil randomly and loosely, using only portions of the stencils.
If you know me at all, I LOVE stencils, so no surprise that I chose stencils as the prompt. Haha!





My Week 21 consists of a weekly view over both pages in my Moleskine journal, and a tip-in with pockets. I decorated both sides of the tip-in, and the tip-in also serves as a tri-pocket. Tri-pocket? That doesn't sound right. But you probably get my drift- you know, three pockets. ;)
Weekly view:
I started by building up lots of paint using a brayer, brush and even a palette kn…