Sunday, May 25, 2008

More Fabric Papers

Blue and orange acrylic paints, and dried leaves.

Orange, brown and green acrylic paints, and dried leaves.

Green and yellow acrylic paints, gold paint, dried flowers and leaves, and cotton thread.

Yellow and orange acrylic paints, and dried flowers and leaves.

Purple acrylic paint, white pearlescent paint and silver mica powder.

Pink acrylic paint, orange metallic paint and white pearlescent paint.

More 10" x 12" fabric papers. Time to work on collages . . . .

Thanks for looking.
Fannie

12 comments:

StegArt said...

Wow, you are on a roll. You go girl!

Heather P said...

Fannie, all of them are wonderful! I've been playing with the muslin based fabric papers as well. I've found it hard to move on in the mixed media class -- I just keep making the paper...

Diana Evans said...

I really love these Fannie...each one is an original work of art...and I can only imagine what you will create with them....

hugsssssss!

Sherry said...

Fannie, did you use the "normal" method on these or the Misty Fuse? All vey nice.

Fannie said...

Thanks, Terri!

Hi, Heather! As you can see--me too. ;-D What are you going to make with yours?

Diana, I thought about making some cupcakes with these papers, but . . . then I get hungry . . .

Hi, Sherry, thanks for your questions. Yes, I used the glue method. After making all these papers, I think I've found my favorite recipe for the glue mixture, etc. I'll share as a tutorial after I play with it more.

Doreen K. said...

Your papers are gorgeous. Love all the colors.

linda stokes said...

Your papers are beautiful Fannie, will look foward to seeing what you do with them.
Thanks for visiting my blog & your comment.

Jacq said...

Your papers are wonderful, now it is time to play.

Heather P said...

Fannie, the first piece I did was on a piece of muslin about 25" x 20". I think I'm just going to quilt it. I like it as is. The others.....I don't know yet. I think they'll be fun to cut up, but I have been brave enough (or had the time to play) yet.

Noel said...

Ok more pretties....disregard my other comment asking how to make these....I will just have to wait for your turorial....hehehe!

Fannie said...

Hi, Doreen and Linda. Nice to see you. Thanks for looking and for your comments.

You're right, Jacq. It's time to play!!!!!

Your pieces are nice and large, Heather. That'll give you a lot of options. You could use some to make journal covers too. Nice. I hope you post your projects to your blog so I can see . . . and drool . . .

Hi, Noel. You don't need to wait for my tutorial. Here's a link to Quilting Arts Site which gives the instructions I learned from: http://www.quiltingarts.com/qamag/online_extra/true_colors_challenge.html. Have fun!

Fannie said...

I don't know what happened to the link, Noel. I'll try again. Try this link:

http://tinyurl.com/yw6r6l