Tuesday, 22 May 2007
White card with 'splodged' green, onto which I have stamped a poem. The lady has been stamped on card then cut out and mounted on top - I think this is my favourite.
In real life this is a paler looking lavender coloured card, with silver latin prose stamped onto it, then overstamped with the lady in grey ink.
It looks textured when you look at it with the naked eye.
Latin verse printed on card, then a photo printed stamped echinacea cut out and collaged on - all of which was then enamelled with a tad bit of golden glitter in it. Again with the naked eye it looks much better - and is one of my textured touchy feely ATCs that I love making.
The back of this ATC is thick woven material - a piece of a sample kindly sent to me by Momiji - it is identical to the card front in colour and feels lovely.
Stamped lady on cream tissue paper. The card is pale green onto which I have stamped hyroglyphics at the side, then glued the lady onto it. Sadly the scan almost xrays the tissue
With the naked eye you can't see any background stamping through the tissue. You can't see any wrinkles in the tissue, and the background is paler green and the paper looks thicker.