Starry Night Cityscape Art Journal Layout


Hi readers! Happy Wednesday! I’m so pleased to welcome back special guest Vicky Papaioannou to our blog as a guest today for another Art Journaling installment that just blows me away! Wow! The sentiment was compiled with some thickers from Vicky’s stash, the gorgeous background was made of Tim Holtz Distress Paint, and the cityscape is compiled by the Urban Scribble set by Stampendous! Be sure to watch the video and enjoy!



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Thanks for reading, and thanks to Vicky for being our guest!

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  1. Astonishing journal art layout. Not surprising, as it is another example of Vicky’s fantastic work. She has inspired me to start my own art journal. Hope to work on a night background like this one. Cheers!

  2. Beautiful night sky. Love it Vicky. Your journals are outstanding. I never miss one. Thank you for all that you do,and sharing.

  3. Vicki’s work is always so fascinating to watch. I love her videos, and thank you SSS for bringing her talents to us.

    1. Thank you so much Carla ! Your comment just made my day! Having a unique and recognizable style is what all artists struggling for. Thank you!

  4. What a great work of art. I always love “midnight” cards, but unfortunately I’m not good in creating dark backgrounds. Thanks for sharing the inspiring video, I think I have to give it another try.

  5. I love the night sky colors! Mine would have been all black and drab- you mix your colors in such an elegant way- the dimension is amazing!

  6. Another home run, Vicky! You hit them out of the park every time! Beautiful sky and colors on the buildings.

  7. I love Vincent Van Gogh and his paintings, too. And your Art Journal page is great and awesome as usual. I love the starry night sky. It is very calming for me. Great journal page. TFS :-)

  8. I wish I could become Vicki for a day. Her creativity is amazing. I always, ALWAYS, enjoy her art journal pages and all the cards she does. Thanks Vicki for inspiration.

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