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Ranger Dylusions Creative Journal
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- Ranger Creative Art Blank Journal
- Combination of manila cardstock and matte white cardstock
- Ideal for the application of Dylusions Ink Sprays and other inks, paints and mediums
- 11 1/2" x 9"
- 64 pages
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Creative Journal - Dylusions collection.<br /> <br /> Dyans "perfect" journal - a blank journal that is a combination of manila cardstock and matte white heavy cardstock, ideal for the application of Dylusions Ink Sprays and techniques using water, inks, paints and mediums. The journal cover is made from sturdy chipboard and filled with 64 unlined pages for endless paper crafting creativity.<br /> <br /> • Ideal with Dylusions Ink Sprays, Stencils and Stamps<br /> • Sturdy cover, elastic closing and string-tie envelope included<br /> • 64 pages of unlined white matte and manila cardstock<br /> • Sturdy cover, elastic closing and string-tie envelope included<br /> • Cover measures 11 13/16" x 9"; book pages measure 11 3/8" x 8 1/4"
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If anyone wants to explain how I get the paper not to do this (I know about gesso but dyan never seems to use it), I'd appreciate it.
It looks gorgeous, is a great size and I adore the envelope to hold bits and bobs but the paper lets it down. I don't think I'll repurchase.
I use moleskin mixed media or strong water colour paper. This would probably be better if you gesso each page to give it more strength.
Heavy cover. Good size. Good weight. Great cardstock inside, useful pocket.
So what's wrong with it ? Well the ink's you use with it, the dylusion inks, just ruin it. They bleed through the spine. They bleed onto every page. They then cause the pages to fall out.
So really you will have to gesso every page to use wet media, which really wasn't the point. Very, very sad.
So, if you use it like this, you won't be disappointed. Also, gesso definitely helps, but really you don't need it if you spray water first. Cheers...
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