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Thursday, October 11, 2012

PROJECTS USING TISSUE/NAPKINS FOR CRAFTING

 It's a little hard to see, but there was this cute kitty paper I left exposed on this tag.  I really like the roughness that the top layer leaves.
All these projects were done with the layering technique I posted about yesterday.  This is a mini-book.  Left page says:  "Therefore if the Son makes you free you shall be free indeed."  John 8:36


This and the following cards are "Fat Book" pages I did for a swap.  I just like birds.


A post card that was mailed off and never made destination.  I guess someone along the way wanted it for their collection.

This and the following are again "Fat Book" pages made for a swap.



Yesterdays posting has a link for instructions on making "fabric-paper." Thanks for stopping by.

15 comments:

Gio said...

I love your projects! the tag is so cute, now I see the kitten :-)

Mardi said...

Love what you are doing with the paper napkins! Also love how you put the scripture on the velum!

Abi's Blog said...

How pretty! Your artist's eye always amazes me. Last night at church we decorated yams for our annual "Yamboree" in Gilmer. I needed some of your artist talents as we decorated yams to portray the nativity. I had three little boys working on wisemen! We even have a star from a potato...we'll see if Joe and I get them to stand up on the board for the contest! Thanks for all your beautiful work and your witness to so many!
Blessings,
Ava

Mrs Sarah Coller said...

These are so cute...gotta check out that tutorial!

Hope all is well,

Mrs. Sarah Coller

The Domestic Curator said...

Coleen!
You made me laugh so hard I choked on my ice water!!! I just assumed everyone knew about cranberry bogs! SO FUNNY!

LOVE THESE MINIS! I like to make small things to slip in E's purse or Greg's briefcase. It is wonderful when it's something you created yourself...means more!
Thanks for the inspiration!
Have a fantastic Lord's Day!!
~ Ronda

Coleen said...

Gio, thanks for stopping by and the encouragement. So appreciated.

Coleen said...

Thanks, Mardi. The vellum was burned around the edges to finish it off. I liked the effect.

Coleen said...

Ava, doing is how you exercise that artist's eye. It really is a matter of practice. Loved hearing from you.

Coleen said...

Bless your heart, Sarah. I know you are one busy mom. You might want to see my Pinterest board "Kids, Crafting and More" at www.pinterest.com/coleenfranks

Coleen said...

Great idea, Ronda. I used to do that with my kids too. And when Jeff travels, but haven't in a long time. Good to be reminded. Now I send my kids and grandkids goodie packages thru the mail.

Fotini Little Treasures said...

All of them are wonderful!!! I love the tags!!! Congratulations... keep it up!!!

bohemiannie! art said...

Oh I just love ALL of these pages. You don't have to have a reason to love birds...and I'm glad you do!

Coleen said...

Thanks, annie! You are always an encourager. I wish I had your talent with the sewing machine.

Coleen said...

Thanks for stopping by, Fotini. I really like working with the tissue and napkins. Gives such intense texture.

sierasita said...

wow i loved what are you doing with paper and fabric you're a goddess of paper crafts!!! and did you burn the paper to have this result in the 2 last pictures?? this is stanning? i light try these out ,who knows may be we will have the chance to exchange some cards :) (of course after i practice hahha)
love what you're doing coleen bless you


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