Saturday, 31 January 2009


Well this week certainly flew by!! I feel as though I am saying that a lot lately so I had better just "go with the flow"! I didn't get a whole lot of creative time this week but I finished off another Oxford Impressions piece. This one is a little hanger using the sweet little fairy girl image from the latest stamp plate. I experimented with colouring some of that very light weight lacy paper using my Lyra crayons and lots of water and then I enjoyed using them so much I used them to colour the fairy and the paper flowers as well. The whole thing is stitched to water colour paper and then a piece of canvas.

Over the last few days I have received an amazing array of art - three more ATCs from the Surface Design Technique exchange and then I was one of the winners on the wonderfully talented and generous Kelsey O'Mullane's blog. I am SO lucky!

This is the amazing texture paste journal cover that Kelsey sent me -
such stunning texture and gorgeous rich colours).And this a Kelsey Texture Paste ATC - equally amazing!

This fabric ATC is from Jan Ziebol -
a beautiful silk and wool needle-felted combination.

This fabric ATC is from Judy Alexander - hand-painted fabric with
some fabulous stitching and thread painting to create a fabulous landscape.

This ATC is made from fused plastic bags and is from Aynsley McKay (unfortunately no blog)- the top pieces are cut out from fused plastic and are fused to the background layers of fused plastic bags. Terrific result!!


Jen Crossley said...

What a amazing swap Love all the ATC stunning

Julie H said...

Coming to your blog always makes me want to do more swaps. Wonderful.

Feltique said...

Hi Debbi,
I am still a regular reader of your blog. The atcs are great. How's WA life? I have given you a butterfly award. Check out my blog to claim your award.
all the best,

kelsey said...

What a great mail week Deb! Glad you liked both the texture paste cover and the tree atc. That black texture sure is cool stuff!

Brenda said...

Lovely piece and the art you received in the mail is gorgeous too - how lucky are you.

Gaby Bee said...

What an amazing swap, Debbi. Your returns are just fabulous.
Gaby xo