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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Another Slidemailer

With work taking up so much time I am not getting much made. I find when I have time my inspiration is totally lacking but yesterday, I was going through my computer files doing some clearing up & found pictures of things I have not shared on my blog. I couldn't access blogger for 3 days, but thanks to Greg of Studio Calico, my system is no longer refusing to allow me on to my blog. This mailer ws made last year & I never considered it good enough to share & I had fully intended to mail the pictures to Crafty Individuals to add to the gallery where some of my other work resides. It was hand painted in thistle pink emulsion & then I used gold acrylic applied with a natural sponge. I had no problems with the acetate image unlike my latest one & no glue shows!!
This is a box I made for it to live in, I got the idea from a very old Crafts Beautiful magazine.


10 comments:

Marjolein said...

This is gorgeous! Can't imagine you didn't show it! The box is very pretty, nice work sweetie!

Rein said...

Just beautiful!

michele said...

beautiful! hugs mx

Pearl said...

o what a classic timeless beauty this creation is Paula ! gorgeous !

I am appreciating techniques far more these days !

Je@net said...

OOoh Paula, how great!! Love this little project!!

the dreamer said...

Hi, Paula dear! Just dropping by for some much-needed inspiration. Your work is just so lovely and it's always a fresh breath of fresh air from the usual scrapbooking stuff. Really love how you create textures and the other awesome stuff you do with stamps. =)

*hugs*
Nina

Micayla said...

I am sure I have already said it, but I am slighty forgetful at the mo, so Thanks for the gorgeous card you sent. Where did you get the postcard paper from, I like it a lot!!
Love the mail slider too, so dang pretty.

herminesplace said...

Really love your slidemailers. Very elegant.

Jacqueline said...

Very pretty vintage work, I too love your slidemailers.

laurel said...

Love your slide mailers! I have a couple of those tucked away that I need to pull out and play with.