Wednesday, February 14, 2007

WIP Wednesday

Happy WIP Wednesday! Today I was busy. I painted some girl faces. I did some straightening in my studio. I knitted. I prepared some fabric sheets in Bubblejet Set in order to try out this method of printing on fabric. And....I made these two postcards.



The postcards are for Helen. We are partners in a texture swap. We sent each other materials for the other to make a postcard with. Here is a photo of what Helen sent me.


She sent some very interesting supplies. Some I had never used before, such as the silk carrier rods and the silk cocoons. It was fun getting to see and touch them, and play with them. The materials that Helen sent were very plentiful, so I decided to make two cards for her. And I still have a ton left over. Helen, I hope you enjoy your postcards.

15 comments:

  1. The postcards are really great. It is hard to decide which one I like best.

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  2. OH OH OH - these look lovely. Hard to believe they are coming to live with me!!!! Can't wait to see them in person :)

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  3. I do like the way you used those silk cocoons!

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  4. Awesome Terri! Love what you did with the silk cocoons, very creative. And that beach scene is fab!

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  5. Wonderful cards Terri. I love what you have done with the cocoons. Brilliant.

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  6. Both postcards are wonderful, but I really love the one with the silk cocoons.

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  7. Gosh, those post cards are just great! If someone sent me those suppplies, I wouldn't have a clue what to do with them!

    Just wonderful!

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  8. I'm sure Helen will be well pleased with those postcards, they are lovely.

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  9. I am pretty convinced everything you touch turns out fabulous!

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  10. Terri I'm with Debra regarding everything you touch.I enjoy coming to your blog to see what works of art you have produced.

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  11. Fabulous cards Terri, I like what you did with the silk pods,

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  12. Wow! These are beautiful Terri! I love those sort of challenges! You did a lovely job with the materials Helen sent you! Fun! xoxo Nance

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  13. What delicious ingredients. Perfect for a seascape and dainty roses!

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  14. Gorgeous cards Terri. I love your use of the silk cocoons.
    Hugs, Alis

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