Thursday, January 25, 2007

Whatever

Have you ever started working on something and had sort of a vision of what you wanted but yet not? Well that's how yesterdays piece was. I knew what materials I wanted to use and I knew what methods I wanted to use...but as I was progressing, I was getting less happy with it. At one point I decided, nope, this isn't working for me. So I hacked it up and came up with two postcards. There wasn't much waste as I think the piece was about 9x9 to start with.


Questions/Answers for previous comments:
Dianne asked, "So, has this anything to do with your faces??!!" Nope!

Windyangel asked, "Quilter's newsletter magazine - why does that sound so familiar?" Quilter's Newsletter Magazine is a major quilting magazine that's been around for years. You've probably seen it on a newstand or something.

Margaretr asked, "Can you tell me about that lovely design on the top? It looks so textured and almost 3D. How did you do that please? This design was created with water soluble paper and a rubber stamp...I had posted about it here. I've added more color to it since that post.

12 comments:

  1. Terrri, they make great PC's. Very textured! And, love the color combination

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  2. Though it's not what you intended it to be, you really did make some great postcards with some awesome texture!

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  3. These cards are beautiful. Great color and texture.

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  4. Absolutely love the colours on your cards, and the texture looks really cool.

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  5. The texture on these cards is excellent! Love the colors too.

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  6. Whats so nice about working this way is that even though it doesn't turn out as planned, it usually very wonderful anyway.

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  7. Great idea turning them into postcards. Beautiful colors and textures.

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  8. These are wonderful Terri. So tactile. I love what you've done with the paper piece you created.

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  9. These are absolutely gorgeous! Love the texture.

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  10. The postcards aer both just BRILLIANT!

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  11. Well I don't know why you didn't like that piece for its intended purpose, but it has made FABULOUS postcards! Maybe that is what it wanted to be :)

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  12. Awesome--awesome--awesome what can I say except to say awesome.

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