I created a background using Photoshop and several brushes; I then laser printed it on transparent sticker material. I punched the butterflies from hand-colored paper and fixed them onto a transparency with the colored side up. The background was then attached to the back of the butterfly layer. The ATC’s look nicest when you hold them up to the window, but here they are scanned from the back and front sides.
For Xela via ArtMix.
These use some photos I found on the web on a background created with acrylics and gesso.
One is a tribute to the Thonet chair (created by German-Austrian furniture maker Michael Thonet who invented the technique of bentwood furniture. This chair is the most sold chair worldwide until today).
The ATC below has a photo of an ongoing outdoor exhibit in Brooklyn, New York “63 Chairs”. I found the photo here.
More debts: “Turquoise” had been the theme.
Oh my, I am deeply in debts with my ArtMix group. This weekend I managed to finish at least some of what I need to finish. Here’s a collage which called for at least six inchies. I created all of those in graphics software for cutting with my Craft Robo and then embellished them and collaged them on canvas board.
… the pirate party was great. And here’s a pirate bunting I made together with A. Very easy, just cut triangles (didn’t seam or serge them at all) and sprayed with black spray textile paint using a pirate template.