I've a few step out photos on how I made it, enjoy!
I started out with a single page from my art journal (which I have had to take apart since it was getting to thick to close, I can't stop adding embellishments!). I stamped the page with Tim Holtz's new Pine background stamp and Tree Branch Archival ink and then coloured the page with Antique Linen and Frayed Burlap Distress stain.
The word TURN was stamped several times on the page with Ground Espresso Archival ink and I then spattered the whole page with diluted white, orange and brown acrylic paints.
I die cut the Bird Branch die from some crackled cardstock I had in my stash from another project. I cut the bird off and saved him for a rainy day!
The branch was a little too pale for my design so I coloured it first with Ground Espresso Distress stain and then intensified the colours here and there with Walnut Stain and Vintage Photo Distress crayons.
The Weathered Clock was die cut from some chipboard packaging and embossed with Burnt Copper Leaves embossing powder. Love this embossing powder!
And then the page was assembled. I made a tag by painting a piece of cardstock with Frayed Burlap Distress paint and then running it through my printer to print the sentiment (the font is called Beyond Wonderland).
The tag shape was cut out and some oak leaves were punched from a remnant of Distress ink coloured cardstock with a couple of Recollections punches. The edges of the tag were edged with some gold Decofoil.
The leaves are Ranger Foil tape mounted onto cardstock, die cut with the Layered Leaf
and Arbor dies and then coloured with alcohol inks.
Here's a close up of the Pine background and spatters, such an easy way to get some texture and interest on your background.
I hope that you've enjoyed seeing my Turn Turn Turn art journal page, I really enjoyed making it and was humming The Byrds song the entire time I was putting it together.
You still have plenty of time to enter our November challenge so hope you will head into your craft space and make something to link up. I can't wait to see it, happy creating!