Tuesday, 2 October 2018

365 Somethings & 31 Products Challenge

Hi Everyone! I'm back after a lovely week away in The Derbyshire Peaks. As well as lots of fab hiking, we got to spend time with our lovely children. And to top it all, the weather was amazing.

So today, I'm catching up with a couple of weeks of my 365 Somethings teabag art.

First of all, here's week 38. Jo of Let's Art Journal asked me if I had used washi tape on my teabags. I hadn't, so this is what I used on these ones. I added some book text, outlined with Posca paint pens also.


Next, here are my week 39 teabags. PaperArtsy's Topic 17 Colour Challenge is A Box of Eggs. I used Fresco Finish acrylic paint and Sara Naumann stamps.


Birgit Koopsen has set another challenge on Instagram called 31 Products Challenge. The idea is to use a different product every day in October. The first product I decided to use was Dina Wakley Scribble Sticks, and I used them on an art journal page.


Thanks for visiting,

Alison xox

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful pieces today, the middle one is my fave. Glad you had a great holiday. Hugs, Valerie

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  2. So pleased you had a lovely break. Your artwork is gorgeous , adore the colours, particularly the pops of red. Tracy ❤️

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  3. Fantastic teabag art and it is a super journal page.
    Glad you enjoyed your holiday.
    Yvonne xx

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  4. Glad you enjoyed your week away.Fabulous journal page and love all the stamped teabags
    Carol x

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  5. Welcome home after what sounds like an amazing vacation. As always, I love your teabag somethings. These two sets, so different, are just unbelievable. I love how you work in sets and are able to still come up with a different set each week, even after 39 weeks.

    I must live in a closet, because I have never heard of Dina Wakley Scribble Sticks. Had to look it up on the internet. Gosh, this journal page turned out fantastic and you used the Scribble Sticks so well. I'm truly impressed and look forward to your daily products. I'm not sure I'd HAVE 31 products I could use, so look forward to seeing yours.

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  6. Welcome home dear Alison! Your teabags are wonderful - both collections and the page are so beautful!

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  7. Welcome back! Derbyshire is a lovely place to hike and it must have been lovely to spend time with your children too πŸ˜€. Thanks for the mention, so kind and it looks like you had fun, the washi tape designs are beautiful! Of course I love the painted ones too, they are just my colours - perfect πŸ˜€. Wishing you a wonderful week! J 😊 x

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  8. Glad you enjoyed your week away Alison, Derbyshire is always a fun place to visit. I love you pieces today, all so different and colourful xx

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  9. Glad the Derbyshire weather was good and that you had a great time! I love both sets of tea bags - I hope we get to see them all together at the end of the year! I love that bright page - I haven't tried Scribble sticks but they do look great! Hugs, Chrisx

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  10. Nice tea bags Alison. Glad you had a wonderful week away. This time of year must be a great time o travel. Hugs-Erika

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  11. Glad you had a lovely holiday, your journal is fabulous and the tea bags are lovely.
    xxx Hazel.

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  12. Love those tea bags, especially the ones for the PaperArtsy challenge.

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  13. Very beautiful collection of teabags. Love the ones with the tape on!
    Thank you for joining the PA challenge, great take on the box of eggs theme!
    You made a fabulous page with the scribble sticks as well, wow!

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  14. Cool collection of makes Alison.

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  15. Beautiful works of these teabag art Alison, great ideas and beautiful colours. Love them all. xx

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  16. Ohhh gorgeous Alison!! I love all of these! You have been a productive busy bee!!

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