Day 7 with Brenda Pinnick!
And the winner is....

An Art Journal page

Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a page from my art journal creaed with Faber Castell Gelatos, Essential Tool Kit. Stamper's Big Brush pen, and Artists' PITT® pen.

I started with mixed media paper cut, folded and stitched to make booklets. I rubbed yellow, pink and orange Gelatos along the right edge of the page.

I used the little misting bottle from the Essential Tool Kit to spray water and let it drip.

Next, I inked up a stamp using the black Stamper's Big Brush Pen and stamp on the right side of the page where the Gelato had dried.


I added a strips of paper tape at the top left and rubbed some blue Gelatos, sprayed water and let it drip for a layered effect.

I stamped a butterfly using the same Stamper's Big Brush Pen and filled in with Art GRIP® Aquarelle pencils.


Finally, I added my journaling using a Black PITT® artist pen.


Hope you enjoyed and thanks for stopping by!


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Barbara Moore

Love, love , love it! Great tutorial and beautiful colors on this page, thank you.

Jen Matott

Nice page Mou! Love to see others doing the "drippage"!!


Enjoyed your pictures of your pages! They're great! Found you on pinterest! Have a great week! Patsy from HeARTworks


This is wonderful! I only have the gold and silver gelatos right now but I've been hesitant to open them up and play- this simple step by step is exactly what i needed to get started with some fun experiments- thank you!

Tracy :)

Pretty page :)

shirley walker

hi Mou, Love to see all of your artwork in the Stampington magazines, and this page is just another example of your super creativity. thank you for sharing

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