Tuesday, February 10, 2015

palette paper Valentines

Today at the Leaky Shed Studio blog, I'm sharing some Valentines I made using paper leftover from monoprinting with a Gelli plate.  This paper isn't the actual prints, it's paper that was used as a palette to brayer out the paints, plus some LSS chipboard I was using as masks in the printing process.
Butterfly wings from Altered Pages

The palette paper is adhered to cardstock, cut to fit inside these glassine envelopes, which then fit inside a business size envelope


Have a great week, everyone--I hope to see you tomorrow with What's On Your Workdesk, Wednesday, and again Thursday with some more Valentines!  :)

9 comments:

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Ooooh such beautiful creations!
Wishes
Lynne

Julie Ann Lee said...

These look great, Trisha - so colourful and I love the way you use everything. xx

JackieP Neal said...

Just beautiful Trisha!! And thank you so much for my happy mail today! much love xoxo

Michele said...

oh Trisha super gorgeous! your art just gets better and better! xo

Krisha said...

Truly some beautiful art Trisha.

froebelsternchen Susi said...

This looks AMAZING Trisha!
Beautiful !

Win Dinn said...

Wonderful 'brayer prints' - love their complexity and naturalness.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

These are very nifty looking. The flourishes are a fabulous addition. What a fun way to use up your palette paper.

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Gorgeous!