Season's Greetings to you from PaperArtsy HQ,
What about these fabulous envelopes created by Floss Nicholls? She used infusions onto cartridge paper - a sucky surface really pulls the colour in, and the ghostly looking stamped images were created by using bleach on her stamps.
We were really pulled into the #cubemailproject highlighted by Martha Ponsanesi. Not only is the cube itself a texture, but by adding shiny embossing powder, gel printed paint layers and grunge paste, she made the cube surface tactile too. Her original blog post is well worth a read!
Rikka's artistic background informs her creativity in many directions, and for this post she created postal buttons/ brooches. Not only did the frilly-fabric layers offer the touchy-feeley factor, but she also had collaged layers of postage stamps, and used Scrapcosy botanical stamps on tissue, back-painted with frescos as the focal. But ohhh don't you think that gold postage partial-frame is an eye catching delight! Lots to enjoy. Read all about it in her post here.
Liesbeth Fidder-de Vos chose the warm Seth Apter colour Buff for her mixer, and as the yellow dominates within this beige, in her test strip below, you can clearly see green emerge when mixed with Surf's Up. Isn't it surprising the range of colours she actually is able to develop with Buff and Surf's Up? Just 2 colours offering so much more! This is why we are so keen to share with you how to get more from the paints you have to hand, it adds value!
Finally Autumn Clark loves to make gorgeous cards, and often adds stitching to the borders. She used torn sections of a Tracy Scott lace booklet page which offers an amazing texture contrast, and PaperArtsy infusions are the colour of choice for these backgrounds. Read more here in Autumn's blog post.
Well, wasn't that a gorgeous selection full of interesting details. We know many of you love these end of year round up posts, and we so appreciate our bloggers who put their amazing twist onto our products.