.. If they don't like what you bring to the table, let them eat alone...

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Paper Collage on Recycled Card

Bit of a play with 2 photographs..

The lady came from another project, works well with the perspective of the rails..

A bit of white acrylic paint and some black pigment powders..

Monday, 20 November 2017

Paper Collage with Washi Tape

Found some rolls of Washi Tape in my stash, having a play with some papers..

Very effective, needs some more exploration!!

Sunday, 19 November 2017

Paper Collage with Paint..

Some more recycled packaging here, white acrylic paint and some pigment powders..

Some stamping.

Saturday, 18 November 2017

Paper Collage

Paper collage with just 3 elements..

Dip pen and my walnut ink..

Painterley book page..

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Shades of White Collage

This fortnight PaperArtsy have a fab challenge called shades of White, follow the link!

Darcy has provided a wealth of inspiration, I have come up with this...

On an old book page, my first layer of white was provided by using Pebeo Modelling Paste. This is a soft 'wet' medium, I let this dry for a while before pushing some stamps into it using ELB34 set from PaperArtsy.

The next layer was using PaperArtsy Grunge Paste, a lovely thick paste, again I pushed several of the same stamp set into the wet paste.

After some thought, I decided to use a piece of parchment, I stamped PaperArtsy Mini 19 with Distress Ink Picket Fence. This was my 'guide' as I used a ball tool to highlight some of the numbers.

I added a piece of white scrap card for a further layer of white and to help holding the parchment in place.

A white paper clip make for a great hanger!!

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Paper Collage and Paint!

I have been exploring adding a layer of paint after making a collage. This comprises of some stamping and some old book pages. Added some gesso and a sprinkling of Paper Artsy Infusions in Black Knight.

Monday, 13 November 2017

Paper and Card Collage.

Really pleased how this one turned out...

I love the simple design of the hand bag..

A piece of parchment and some orange card, simple and not over fussy.