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Flower and Butterfly card front

by Pat Petersen
(Kennedy Meadows, Inyokern, CA USA)

Flower and Butterfly card front

Flower and Butterfly card front

Painted on papyrus paper with Jacquard Lumiere acrylic paints.



Oh my, Pat, that is a lovely card front. It must look spectacular in real life as I imagine it glimmers and shimmers :) I love the papyrus paper as well. It adds a lot of texture without adding layers, doesn't it.

Playing with paints is always fun. I also enjoy the Peeling Paint technique, for example. Sewing on cards also adds interest and a frame. And adding a little Black Magic. with black cardstock and chalks can be dramatic! I love all the different techniques we can try out in paper crafting.

I hope to see more of your work on PaperCraftCentral, Pat ☺

Happy crafting


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Jul 29, 2012
I am Glad
by: PaperCraftCentral Susan

I am so glad to read your comment. Thank you for your kind words, and I am really happy that you will be back!

Enjoy your day.

PaperCraftCentral Susan

Jul 29, 2012
Thank you Susan
by: Pat Petersen

Thank your for your comments and ideas. I love this website. Look forward to trying more of the wonderful techniques to my art.

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