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DCWV Watercolorist Premium Stack Paper Pad
(this one appears to be sold out :( but below is a list of similar ones)
DCWV Premium Stack (watercolor-ish)
Amy Tangerine Better Together Paper Pad
(pink glasses paper - this whole pad is so cute and on sale right now!)
(not the exact brand I used, but similiar)
Inks & Paints & Pencils
Heidi Swapp Color Shine
(for color dyeing paper)
Dylusions Spray Inks
(for color dyeing paper)
There are lots of acrylic paints available, I use a range of paints from
the small folk art bottles to some luscious metallic Golden paint. I usually
find myself reaching for the cheap stuff for my journals.
These are one of the few expensive supplies that I use.
They are fussy and temperamental (if you drop one
and break the lead, it will just keep breaking when
you try to sharpen it-grrrrr) but they are so rich in color
and creamy and smooth when you draw with them.
I just really love them. Most of my hand drawn printables,
like the Bible Journaling stickers are colored with these.
Gesso (jess-o) is a white paint used as a base for acrylic paint.
It's especially helpful in journaling because you can give your
paper a thin coat of it before painting and your paint won't
soak into the paper. I also use it when I want to cover up a
color that I don't like and sometimes as a wash over a
page to give it a muted look.
Black Fine Point Sharpie
This is my favorite black pen for casual journaling.
It's a deep, rich black, it's inexpensive and it works very
well when I want to write over paint. I buy them in 4 packs usually.
Fiskars Micro Tip Scissors
These are my favorite for detail cutting. They're light weight have a
fine tip and are spring loaded so my hand doesn't get as tired when
I'm fussy cutting a big stack of printables. :)
Silhouette Pick Me Up Tool
This was designed for use with die cuts, but I love
using it with any small bits of paper and especially sequins!
We R Memory Keepers Trim & Score
(same cutter but much prettier version than mine, ha!)
Japanese Screw Punch
This one is a little pricey, but so worth it if you are
making journals or doing any kind of bookbinding.
Making Memories Hole Punch
If the Japanese Screw Punch is out of your budget this
hole punch that works with a hammer is more economical
albeit a little more time consuming to use.
Floral Washi Tape
(Warning: This is a dangerous link, just sayin' ha!)
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