Altered Trading Arches for Art 42 - any theme, any style arch, artist trading card size
Paper Bag Swap on ATCs For All - background must be a recycled brown paper bag. I used a Starbucks treat bag.
Personal challenge to incorporate textures and shapes using my Cricut machine.
Playing with mail art.
Top: Flutterby Garden Postcard created with cardstock, decoupaged napkins, and water color crayons. Bottom: Graphic Butterfly created with recycled CD art and a clothing tag, a Cricut cutout leftover, assorted green papers, and Stickles.
Various collages for trade on ATCs For All.
Left: Dutch Travels; Middle: In the Pink; Right: Love
Fine art ATCs available on ATCs For All (middle one is already traded).
Left: Flower Abstract; Right: Koi II
The following pieces are for a Colorful Fat Book Swap on ArtChix-Sister-Site Yahoo Group. This months colors are pink and orange.
This is actually the 2nd time I have used Tim's Rusty Enamel technique and I love the way it looks.
For Studio L3's challenge I used the rusted enamel technique for the backgrounds of a tag (first photo) and an ATC (2nd photo). The first one is my favorite because you can really see the effect. The second one I did on a piece of cardboard and ultimately it was too dark to really show off the technique. My advice for this technique is to start out with a light background, use a bright color to cover the piece and a very dark brown for the rusting part.
Time is an Illusion
The Circus was in Town
This photo is of a Grunge Book I made last year. It was the first technique I tried from Tim's book and I instantly loved it!