This month over in the Vera Lane Studio Facebook group the theme is Bohemian, Wanderers and Vagabonds. I have always loved Boho style! It is so bright and colorful! I created a Pinterest Mood Board for this theme too to inspire you!
So some of you may ask what does “Bohemian” means? Here’s the definition:
- 1.a native or inhabitant of Bohemia.
- 2.a person who has informal and unconventional social habits, especially an artist or writer.“the young bohemians with their art galleries and sushi bars”
synonyms: nonconformist, free spirit, dropout; hippie, beatnik; informal boho
There are several projects I have to share today. ATCs, Art Journal Pages, Postcards and a Mixed Media Canvas.
The ATC’s above I created for the Monthly ATC swap in the VLS Facebook group.
Items used for the ATCs:
- Rhapsody by Traci Smith collection pack
- Uni Posca Extra Fine White Paint Pen
- Alcohol Markers
- Inktense Ink Pencils
There’s so much that can be done with the Bohemians and Hair Day! Lots of mixing and matching. The bodies from Hair Day are perfect to pair with other Vera Lane Studio characters. Both sets are perfect for mixed media projects!
The project below is a mixed media canvas wall hanging I made. Several hours went into this piece and it is proudly hanging on my wall! If anyone would like I could do a step by step tutorial. I absolutely loved creating this piece.
- Brea Reese acrylic paints
- alcohol markers
- Various Art Fibers and Ribbon
- Art-C Gel medium
- Brea Reese Black Fine liner pen
Life Goals Art Journal Page
Below is a page in my 5.5 by 5.5 art journal. The Bohemians are foiled. I had a video of this process but was having technical difficulties with editing. Hopefully I will be able to post the easy foiling technique I used very soon. The background was created using Marabu Mixed Media Art Crayon and Posca Paint Pen. The Bohemians were colored with alcohol markers, Inktense pencils and Neocolor II .
More Bohemian Goodness!
Below are several other projects I made featuring these two beautiful digistamp sets created by the amazing Janet Klein of Vera Lane Studio.
I hope you enjoyed my post today and that you come join us over on Vera Lane Studio! Go make something awesome!