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Thursday, 16 April 2009

Altered Postcard


This is my entry for Wednesday Stamper's challenge, alter the back of a postcard. I printed out one I had saved from The Graphics Fairy, as shown above. I used distress inks, spritzed on my heat pad, then overprinted with several different stamps, in the same inks. The main image was printed in stazon. I added a little paper butterfly and mounted on to music paper. The stamps are from Lavinia, Butterfly kisses and UMount, basically. I really enjoyed the freedom of this piece after the more traditional work of my sample cards!!

17 comments:

Sandy said...

OMG this is absolutely stunning.
What a great collage of stamps. Love them. Brilliant work.

Rein said...

Fabulous altered card,
great stamps!

Christine said...

WOW, Beautiful as always, a true work of art. Love everything about it
Hugs
Christine xx

hastingshall2 said...

Really an amazing work of art. Such a gorgeous background. Faye

Char said...

Charming Postcard. Fab background.

herminesplace said...

Absolutely fabulous

Anne said...

Stunning Frankie x

Femmy said...

stunning!!!

Lynn Stevens said...

Wow,wow ,Wow, what a beauty!

Kristen Hermanny said...

This is just gorgeous, as usual. I love all the elements and layers you have used. Magnifique!

Kristen Hermanny said...

This is just gorgeous, as usual. I love all the elements and layers you have used. Magnifique!

vintage wil said...

absulutely fabulous!!!

spiritofcreativity said...

It's a stunning piece Frankie
Ann x

Christine said...

Your cards are always a delight to see

Gio said...

Frankie, it's a masterpiece!

serendipity said...

this is absolutely greyt, compliments on your wonderful art work
joan

Kris Dickinson said...

I'm in awe of this stunning work!